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REPORT. 

Introductory Statement - - . 

§ I. New Rules and Regulations 
§ n. Legal and Literary Search Rooma 
§ III. Departmental Search Room - 
§IV. Transfers - . . - 

§ V. CSi^^Tilio*s, Inventories, and Indexes - 
§ YI. Cfasp&eation and Arrangement 
§ VXl. Operations by Workmen 
§ Vin. BuOdings ... - 

§ IX. The Act 40 & 41 Vict. c. 55. - 
§ X. Calendars published . - - 

§ XL Chronicles and Memorials of the Middle Ages 
§ XII. Researches in Foreign Archives 
§ Xm. Historical Manuscripts Commission ' 



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1. Calendar of Patent Rolls, 8 Edw. L - - • 1 

2. Specimen of Calendar of Early Chancery Proceedings - 201 

3. Index to Enrolments of Leases and Pensions in the Aug- 

mentation Office - - - - - - 209 

4. Calendar of Star Chamber Proceedings - - - 376 

5. Report of Mr. W. H. Bliss - - - - - 595 



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THE FOETY-NINTH REPORT 



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THE DEPUTY KEEPER OF THE PUBLIC 

RECORDS. 



TO THE QUEEN'S MOST EXCELLENT MAJESTY. 

May it please Youe Majesty, 

I RESPECTFULLY beg leave to submit to Your Majesty 
n Report of the proceedings in the Public Record OfBce during 
the year 1887 ; pursuant to the Act 1 & 2 Vict. c. 94. § 17. 

First, I have to record the loss which the OfBce has suffered by 
the resignation of Mr. J. Edwards, the Secretary, and the death 
of Mr. F. S. Haydon, an Assistant Keeper. 

Mr. Edwards entered the public service in April 1840 as a 
Junior Clerk. He was promoted to the Second Class in August 
1855, and to the First Class of Assistant Keepers in August 
1861. Upon the resignation of Mr, Roberts, Mr. Edwards was, 
in October 1866, appointed to succeed as Secretary of the Public 
Record Office. He also acted as Accounting Officer of this 
Department from that date until the end of the year 1873, when 
the Lords Commissioners of Your Majesty's Treasury nominated 
the Deputy Keeper to be Accounting Officer. He resigned his 
place on the Slst of March 1887. Throughout his official career 
Mr. Edwards was chiefly engaged in the transaction and regis- 
tration of current business in the Secretary's Department, and in 
rendering necessary assistance to four succesj*ive Deputy Keepers. 
In 1860, Sir Francis Palgrave took occasion to acknowledge 
publicly (in the Twenty- first Report of the Deputy Keeper, p. v ) 
the aid which he had received from him in the preparation of his 
Annual Reports to Your Majesty, and Sir T. Dufius Hardy and 
Sir William Hardy successively received similar aid from him. 
Mr. Edwards's regularity and integrity have been very valuable to 
this Office. 

Mr. Frank Scott Hay don, B.A., was appointed a Junior Clerk 
in this Office in November 1845, a Senior Clerk in June ;860, 
and an Assistant Keeper in May 1885. He died in October 
1887. During the last few years of his life, he was accounted 
second to no officer of this Department in knowledge of the 
writing, language, and usages of medieval England. The first 

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IV THE FORTY-NINTH REPOBT OF THE 

instalment of his elaborate Calendar of the Patent Bolls of the 
reign of Edward I. was printed in the Appendix to the Forty- 
second Beport of the Deputy Keeper of the Public Records, and 
further portions have been printed since, the Calendar for the 
eighth year of the reign being given in the Appendix to this 
Report (pp. 1-200). 

In addition to work done during official hours, Mr Haydon 
edited, for the series of Chronicles and Memorials of the Middle 
Ages published by the Lords Commissioners of Your Majesty's 
Treasury, under the direction of the Master of the Rolls, the 
Latin Chronicle known as ^^ Eulogium Historiarum/' which was 
issued in three volumes between the years 1858 and 1863. 

The vacancy caused by the retirement of Mr. Edwards was 
filled by the promotion of Mr. J. J Caiiiwright, a Senior Clerk in 
this Department, to be Secretary of the Public Record Office, a 
post for which his previous experience had made him specially 
qualified. The vacancy among the Assistant Keepers caused by 
the death of Mr. Haydon was filled by the promotion of Mr. 
W. N. Sainsbury, a Senior Clerk. Mr. Gr. F. Handcock and 
Mr. G. H. Overend, Junior Clerks, were promoted to fill the 
vacancies thus caused among the Senior Clerks. 



§ I. NEW RULES AND REGULATIONS. 

The following Rules and Regulations were made by the Master 
of the Rolls in April 1887, and laid before both Houses of Par- 
liament within six weeks, as required by the ninth section of the 
Public Record Office Act, 1838 :— 

** Rules and Regulations made by the Master op the Rolls 
respecting the public use of the Records and Documents in his 
custody. 

'^ 1. In these Rules and Regulations, the word Record shall include a 
set of Records or Documents comprised in a single reference in the 
official Calendars, Catalogues, or Indexes. 

<< 2. The Search Rooms shall be open to persons desiring to inspect 
or search Records or Documents on every day, except Sunday, 
Christmas Day to New Year's Day inclusive, Good Friday, Easter Eve, 
Easter Monday, Easter Tuesday, Monday and Tuesday in Whitsuntide, 
Her Majesty's Birthday, Her Majesty's Coronation Day, and days 
appointed for public fasts or thanksgiving. 

<< 3, The hours of admission and attendance shall be from 10 to 4 
o'clock, except on Saturdays, when they shall be from 10 to 2. 

^^ 4. Every person proposing to inspect or search Records or Docu- 
ments shall write bis or her name and address, daily, in the attendance 
book kept by the hall porter. 

^ 5. No umbrellas, sticks, or bags shall be taken into any Search 
Room, and no parcels shall be placed upon the tables. 

<' 6. A separate ticket shall be clearly written and signed by every 
person desiring to inspect or search any Record or Dbcumeiit for each 
Record or Document required, and such ticket shall be given by such 



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DEPUTY KEEPER OP THE PUBLIC BECOBDS. V 

person to the officer in charge of the room before any Record or Docu- 
ment can be produced to the applicant. 

** 7. No person shall have more than three Records or Documents, 
inclasive, out at a time. 

"8. Records and Documents when done with shall forthwith be 
returned by the person to whom they have been produced, to the officer 
Id charge of the room, or to one of the attendants, in exchange for the 
tickets referring to them, and every ^uch person shall be held respon^ 
:$ible for the Records or Documents issued to him or her, so long as his 
or her ticket shall remain with an officer of the Public Record Office. 

** 9. A fresh ticket, clearly written and signed by the person to whom 
Records or Documents have been produced, and bearing the words 
** kept out," shall be required for every Record and Document kept out 
from one day to another for the convenience of such person. 

" 10. No person shall lean upon any Records, Documents, or Books 
belonging to the Public Record Office, or place upon them the paper on 
which he or she is writing. 

*^ 11. No person other than an officer of the Record Office shall make 
any mark, in pencil or otherwise, upon any Record, Document, or Book 
belonging to the Public Record Office. 

"12. Ink shall not be used in the public Search Rooms by any 
person admitted thereto for the purpose of inspecting or searching 
Records or Documents. 

**13. Tracings of Records or Documents shall not be made by any 
person without specific permission from the officer in charge of the 
room. 

^* 14. A list of all Calendars, Catalogues, and Indexes intended for 
the use of the public shall be kept in each of the Search Rooms, and 
shall be revised from time to time. Calendars, Catalogues, and Indexes 
not mentioned th^ein, or withdrawn therefrom, shall not be produced 
in any Search Room without an order from the Deputy Keeper. 

^^ 16. Records not mentioned in any such list, and Records in course 
of an*angement, shall not be produced without an order from the Deputy 
Keeper. 

" 16. Records and Documents of exceptional value, and Records and 
Documents in fragile condition, shall be produced singly, or subject to 
such conditions as the Officer in charge of the room shall, in the par- 
ticular case, think requisite for their safety and integrity. 

** 17. Documents deposited in the Public Record Office by other 
Departments shaU be produced only on the order of their respective 
lieaids, or subject to sneh conditions as they, with the conqurrence of the 
Master of the Rolls, shall from time to time impose. 

*' 18. Persons admitted tx) the Search Rooms shall replace the 
Calendars, Catalogues, and Indexes used by them on the shelves as soon 
as they are done with. 

*' 19. Records, Documents, Books, or other articles belonging to the 
PabUo Record Offioe^ shall not be removed from one room to anotiier 
withiout the specific permission of the officer in charge of the room. 
. ^'20. Silence, shall be maintained in the Search Rooncis, as far ^ as 
possible. 

**2h. The officer in charge of any Search Room shall be empowered 
totoxelade persons from the Public Record Office for any of the follow. 
mg reason^ : — Wilful breach of any of the foregoing Rules and Regula- 
tions, persistent disregard of the officer^s authority, damafre of any sort 
to^anj Record or^trticle belonging to the Public Record Office, conduct, 
Img^fgi^ liafeitSt ' unseemly dress, or aoy other matter oiTeneive, or 
likely to be reasonably offensive, to others using the Public Record. 



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OfBce. Provided alveajs, that tlie exclusion of anj person shall be 
forthwith notified in writing with the cause thereof to the Deputy 
Keeper, who shall inquire into the circumstances, and whose order, 
unless reversed by the Master of the Rolls, shall be final. 

'' 22. Inasmuch as a large number of Records of the Courts of Law 
and Equity have been of late years transferred into the Public Record 
Office, and are there frequently consulted for other than literary and 
historical purposes, fees shall be paid according to the table hereunder 
set forth for the production of such Records, unless the applicant 
satisfies the Deputy Keeper that such production is required solely for 
the purpose of literary or historical research. 

'<The other fees specified in the said table shall be payable as 
therein mentioned. 

" Table of Fees, payable in every case by Stamps. 

£ 8. d, 

" For inspecting a Record of any Court of Law or Equity of 

a later date than the year 1760, per diem - - 1 

*' For a general search, to include the inspection of all the 
Records in any one class referring to a particular suit, 
action, or matter, of a later date than the year 1760, per 
diem - - - - - - -026 

" For Authenticated Copies of Records or Documents to the 

end of the reign of George II., per folio of 72 words - I 

" For Authenticated Copies of Records or Documents after 

the reign of George IL, per folio of 72 v^^ords - - 6 

" For Authenticated Copies of Plans, Drawings, &c., per 

hour - . - - - - - 2 6 

"For Attendance at either House of Parliament or else- 
where, to produce Records for the purpose of evidence, 
per diem - - - - - -220 

^' For Attendance on the Master of the Rolls on a Vacatur - 10 

" For Attendance to receive mortgage money - - 5 

" For Attendance on payment of mortgage money - - 10 6 

" These Rules and Regulations shall take effect on the 1st of May 

1887, in substitution for the existing Rules and Regulations, which 

shall as from that day cease to have iiny operation. 

(Signed) "Esher, M.R." 

About six months after the promulgation of the foregoing 
Kules and Regulations, the Master of the Rolls received the 
following Memorial relating thereto : — 

"Mt Lord, 

" We, the undersigned, on behalf of the Public, desire to draw 
your Lordship's attention to some of the New Rules and Regulations 
made relative to the Records deposited in the Public Record Office; 
namely, to Rules 12 and 22, and to the first two items in the Table of 
Fees. 

*^ We beg to suggest that these should be abrogated or modified, on 
the ground that they press heavily on Antiquaries, Historians, Genealo- 
gists, Barristers, Solicitors, Clergymen, Record Agents, Copyists, and 
the Public generally, while not conferring benefit on anyone. 

*^ We make the application on behalf both of those who frequent the 
Round Literary Search Room, and of those who frequent the Long 
Literary (sic) Search Room. 



DEPUTY KEEPEB OF THE PUBUC BECOBDS. vil 

'' If it be possible to make distinction, we suggest that the Round 
Search Boom, which is used more especially for literary and copying 
purposes, should be excepted from the action of Rule 12. 

^ With regard particularly to Bule 12, which prohibits the use of ink, 
we beg to state that no satisfactory substitute for ink exists ; that all 
pencil-writings are objectionable in themselves ; are subject to early 
deterioration and obliteration ; and entail the necessity of immediately 
re-writing in ink the matter obtained ; a very severe task when the 
whole of the six hours of the day during which the Recoi'd Office is 
open have been employed in writing the matter in pencil. 

" Probably your Lordship is aware that soon after Sir Francis Pal- 
grave died, Sir Thomas Dufiiis Hardy, who succeeded him as Deputy 
Keeper, suggested to Lord Romilly the use of ink, which his Lordiahip 
permitted and which has been in use for more than twenty years. 

" With regard to Rule 22, and to the first two items in the Table of 
Fees, we suggest that these should be modified, so that the first two 
items be either abolished altogether, or diminished ; for they are prac- 
tically prohibitive : seeing that in the case of a protracted search, tb« 
total cost amounts to a large sum." 

This Memorial bore sixty-four signatures, of which seven had 
reference to the protest •' as regards Rule No. 12 " only. Among 
the signatories were several authors and editors of historical and 
topograpliical works, and the Hon. Secretaries of the William- 
Salt Archaeological Society and the London and Middlesex 
Archaeological Society. 

About two months later, the Master of the Rolls received the 
following counter-Memorial : — 

"Mt Lord, 

Having knowledge of a Memorial recently addressed to your 
Lordship, asking that the use of ink may be again permitted in the 
Search Booms of the Public Record Oflice, we, the undersigned, in the 
interests of the due preservation of our National Records, humbly beg 
your I/ordship not to comply with the request of the Memorialists." 

This counter- Memorial bore seventy-eight sit^natures. Among 
the signatories were several authors and editors of historical and 
topographical works, and the Principal Librarian of the British 
Museum, the Keeper of the Manuscripts, and three other officers 
of the Manuscript Department <f the Britii-h Museum; Garter 
Kin^ of Arms, Norroy King of Arms, and six other officers of 
the College of Arms ; the Director of the Society of Antiquaries ; 
Bodley's Librarian ; the Librarians of the Corporation of Lon- 
don, the Athenseum Club, the London Library, Sion College, 
Oriel College, Corpus Christi College, and Pembroke College, 
Oxford; the Director of the Folk Lore Society; one of the 
Secretaries of the Royal Geographical Society ; and the Hon. 
Secretaries of the Society of Biblical Archseoh gy, the Surteea 
Society, the Yorkshire Archaeological and Topographical Society, 
the Kent Archaeological Society, the Chester Archaeological and 
Historic Society, the Bristol and Gloucestershire Arch»ological 
Society, the Harleian Society, and the Pipe Roll Society. 

No change has been made in the rule as to the use of ink, and 



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a very slight change only has been made, during the present year, 
in the rule as to the payment of fees. 

I beg to submit a few remarks upon the Rules and Eegulations 
which are now in force. 

(As to Rule 22.)— By the Act 1 & 2 Vict. cap. 94 sect. ix. it 
is enacted that the Master of the Rolls shall have power to make 
Rules for the admission of such persons as ought to be admitted 
to the use of the Records, Calendars, Catalogues, and Indexes in 
his custody^ and to suspend^ alter, or rescind such Rules, or any 
of them, and to fix the amount of fees (if any) which he shall think 
proper to be paid for the use thereof respectively, and i5pom time to 
time to vary the same as he shall think fit. Every such Rule is 
required to be laid before both Houses of Parliament within six 
weeks after it is made, or after the next meeting of Parliament. 

In exercise of the powers thus conferred upon him. Lord Lang- 
dale, in July 1840, made a Table of Fees to be paid for the use of 
the Records, Calendars, and Indexes, and a copy of this Table, 
which was in due course presented to both House of Parliament 
was given in the Second Report of Deputy Keeper of the Public 
Records (Appendix I, p. 16). 

In July 1851, certain noblemen, gentlemen, and ladies pre- 
sented a Memorial to the then Master of the Rolls, requesting 
that literary inquirers should be allowed to have access to the 
Public Records without payment of fees. Some of the reasons in 
favour of the proposed change were stated in the Memorial, and 
others were subsequently given in the Thirteenth Report of the 
Deputy Keeper, by Sir Francis Palgrave, who had advocated a 
somewhat similar proposal as far back as the year 1839. The 
Memorialists and the Deputy Keeper alike drew a sharp distinc- 
tion between searches conducted for historical or other literary 
objects, and searches conducted for legal or professional purposes^ 
and this distinction was no less clearly recognised by Sir John 
Romilly in his reply to the Memorial. 

The result of the application was that the Master of the Rolls 
authorised the Deputy Keeper to grant permission to any literary 
inquirer to consult the Calendars, Indexes, and Records, and to 
take notes, extracts, or copies in pencil, without payment of fees, 
provided that he was satisfied that the search was to be made for 
a bond Jide literary purpose. Regulations to this effect received 
the approbation of the Lords Commissioners of Your Majesty's 
Treasury in November 185 1 . A new Table of Fees> and a new set 
of Regulations for the gratuitous admission of literary inquirers 
to consult the Public Records, including the State Papers, were 
issued by the same Master of the Rolls, early in the year 1869. 

The subject of the Fees was again raised, in a diflTerent manner, 
by Sir Francis Palgrave's successor, Mr. T. Duffus H^y/in his 
Report on the proceedings in the Public Record OfiSice during the 
year 1863. While defending the policy of granting to literary 
inquirers privileges which were denied to persons searching the 
Records for professional purposes, he suggested that all applicants, 
^^ whether for literary or legal purposes, should have the gratuitous 



DEPUTY KEEPER OF THE PUBUC RECOUDS. IX 

*' use of the Calendars and Kecords." The advantages of such a 
change were not very clearly stated^ bat it seems to have been 
thought by some that literary inquirers might abuse their privilege 
of free search, by acting as Eecord Agents, and selling the informa- 
tion obtained gratuitously at a lower rate than that charged by 
others not exempt from the payment of fees. It may also have 
been considered that the admission of certain persons to special 
privileges with regard to national documents was invidious. 

Any objections of this sort might, in my opinion, have been met 
by a rule making the exaction or the remission of fees to depend 
upon the character and date of the documents, and not upon the 
status of the persons wishing to see them. It would have been 
easy to draw up a list of comparatively modern records which 
would rarely be wanted save for legal or professional purposes, 
and to fix a table of fees for their production, while making the 
earlier records accessible to all persons alike, subject to due pre- 
cautions for their safety. This course, however, was not adopted, 
and, so far as I am aware, it was not even proposed. 

In May 1866, at or about the time of the opening of the new 
Search Room in the eastern part of the General Repository of 
Kecords, the Master of the Bolls abolished all fees for searches 
and inspection of Records, and a new set of Regulations for the 
conduct of business in the Search Rooms was issued two months 
later. (Twenty-eighth Report of the Deputy Keeper, p. iv.) 

In order to remove any ambiguity, Sir George Jessel issued a 
revised set of Rules and Regulations, with a Table of Fees 
annexed, in May 1875, and these, supplemented by three Rules 
made by the present Master of the Rolls in April 1886, were in 
force until ihe 30th of April 1887. 

Whatever may have been the object or advantage of abolishing 
the payment of Fees for the production of Records, in 1866, cir- 
cumstances have greatly changed since then. At that time the 
latest Records of the Court of Chancery preserved in this Office 
were the Bills and Answers of the year 1 800, and the series of 
Decrees and Orders, and that of Reports and Certificates did not 
extend later than the year 1700. Between the yeai-s 1868 and 
1882, however, and notably in the latter of those years, large 
transfers were made, and at the present time this Office is the 
repository of all the Records of the Court of Chancery down to 
the year 1869 inclusive — Bills and Answers, Decrees and Orders, 
Reports and Certificates, Petitions and Affidavits, alike. 

The reception of these books into the Public Record Office has 
materially altered the general character of the work done there, 
and in 1885 and 1886 the Legal Search Room was almost daily 
crowded by solicitors engaged in ordinary professional business, and 
penons who imagined themselves to be entitled to unclaimed funds 
in Chancery. The number of applications for the production of 
ddcuments in that room rose consequently from 7>091 in 1872 to 
18^041 in 1885, of which no less than 4,556 were for Orders, 
2,^6 for BilK 1,957 for Reports, and 1,330 for Affidavits, of the 
Court of Chancery. In 1886, the number of applications in that 
room rose to 24,117. 



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Considering the great amount of labour thus entailed upon the 
staff of this Department by applications from persons working for 
private pecuniary advantage^ it has been thought desirable to im- 
pose moderate fees upon the production of modem legal records, 
except in those rare cases in which they are wanted for literary 
purposes. Fees are- charged at the Royal Courts of Justice for 
the production of similar Records of the Court of Chancery 
subsequent to the year 1869, and, under somewhat analogous 
couditions, at the Register Office of Wills in Somerset House. 

It will be seen by the Table in § II. that the effect of Rule 22 
has been to cause a sale, between the months of May and Decem- 
ber 1887, inclusive, of Inland Ke venue Stamps to the value of 
102/. 145., thereby i*educing by that amount the nett cost of the 
maintenance of this Department. It has also tended to reduce 
the number of futile applications for documents, thus accelerating 
the rate of production to bondjide searchers. 

(As to Rule 12.) — For the first 27 years after the establishment 
of the Public Record OflSce, by Statute 1 & 2 Vict. c. 94., persons 
resorting to the Search Rooms for legal or literary purposes were 
not allowed to make copies or to take notes otherwise than in 
pencil. No petition or remonstrance on the subject is known to 
have been addressed to the Master of the Bolls or to the Deputy 
Keeper of the Public Records during the whole of that period. 
The first suggestion in favour of the use of ink seems to have 
been made in 1864 by the then Deputy Keeper, Mr. T. Duffus 
Hardy, and, two years later, the use of ink was allowed for the 
first time by some new *^ Regulations for the Search Rooms," 
issued by him, and afterwards re-issued, with some modifications, 
by Sir George Jessel, in 1875. 

Whatever force there may have been in the suggestion made by 
the Deputy Keeper of the Public Records in 1864, the conditions 
are widely different now. 

Firstly, there has been a vast increase in the number of docu- 
ments produced in the Search Rooms. In the Literary Search 
Room alone, it has risen from 12,516 in 1863 to 28,528 in 
1886. In other words, the number of documents rendered liable 
to damage has more than doubled. 

Secondly, experience has shown that a considerable number of 
documents have been stained with ink, which, by its colour, is 
known to be modem. This could hardly be otherwise. Con- 
sidering that comparatively few of the records are in the form of 
books, and that many consist of consecutive rolls, others of a 
number of long strips of parchment filed together at one end, and 
others again of large single skins covered with writing, it is 
difficult even for the most careful students so to place them on 
the table as to be able to take extracts from them without some- 
times holding a pen or pencil over them. These documents, 
again, which have writing on both sides, are liable to injury from 
ink spilt on the table no less than from ink spilt directly on them. 
There is reason to believe that in some instances documents have 
come into contact with the inky pens of persons occupying adjacent 
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DEPUTf KEEPER OF THE PUBLIC BEOORDS. SI 

Thirdly, the invention of indelible pencils has effected a great 
change in the conditions under which copies or extracts can be 
made. Haying regard to the fact that the Public Becords are 
preserved in this omce not merely for the use and profit of those 
who now frequent the Search Booms^ but for permanent safe 
custody, it might have been necessaiy to revert to the system 
which prevailed before the year 1866. Now, however, ordinary 
blacklead pencils are not the only alternative to ink, for indelible 
pencils of every variety of hardness and darkness can be obtained 
at a very low cost. It is known that some men of business and 
literary men use those indelible pencils in preference to ink, and 
that printers are quite accustomed to desding with manuscripts 
executed with them. Samples have been subjected to the severest 
possible test with india-rubber, and it has been found that marks 
made with certain pencils can hardly be obliterated. Upon the 
whole it appears that careful copies made in this manner are good 
enough for almost all practical purposes ; and it may further be 
remarked that persons requiring copies of exceptional clearness 
can have ordinary writing reproduced at a very small cost by a 
" type-writer." A stock of indelible pencils is now kept in the 
Search Booms for the convenience of the public resorting thither. 

The use of ink is not allowed in the Registry of the Court of 
Probate, Somerset House, where transcripts only are produced, 
nor ordinarily in the General Begister House at Edinburgh, and 
the Public Becord Office in Dublin. 

(As to Bule 14.) — In order that the Kecords may be reduced 
to a systematic arrangement and made more easy of access, it is 
sometimes necessary to transfer documents, or groups of docu- 
ments, from one class to another, altering the press-marks. A 
whole portfolio or bundle of *^ Miscellanea " may, moreover, 
entirely disappear, the contents being distributed according to 
their nature and date, and incorporated with other documents of a 
like character. New lists are from time to time made, to supersede 
lists which have become obsolete. Many of these older lists were 
drawn up before the concentration of the national archives in one 
Repository, and others of more recent date have been invalidated 
by the frequent re-an*aniiement of the shelves in order to jirovide 
accommodation for accruing Becords. The arrangements now in 
progress will, I hope, be final, and I look forward to issuing, in 
instalments, a complete catalogue of those documents in the 
Becord Office which are open to the public. In the meanwhile 
students cannot obtain any useful information from obsolete lists, 
and much loss of official time is likely to ensue from references 
being made to them instead of to those by which they have been 
superseded. 

(As to Bule 15.) — ^Inasmuch as the cataloguing of documents 
preserved in the Public Becord Office has by no means kept pace 
with sQccesniye transmissions thereto, large classes unfortunately 
remain unarranged and uncalendared. It is obviously unsafe and 
undesirable to produce them in bulk in the Search Booms until 
they have been stamped with the official stamp, and designated 
by some number or mark by wluch they should be in future 



xil THE FORTY-NINTH REPDBT OF THE 

known* And, again, it is almost equally undesirable to hinder 
the work of the officers by producing in the Search Booms the 
very documents upon which they are engaged, 

(As to Rule 7.)— The object of this Rule, which is based upon 
one of the Rules issued in 1866, is twofold, to provide against the 
loss or misplacement of documents which have been consulted in 
the Search Rooms, and to put all searchers upon an equality. 
Inasmuch as applications for the production of documents receive 
attention in strict order, according to the time at which they are 
made, a searcher applying for a considerable number of documents 
from different parts of the Repository might easily monopolise 
the services of the staff of workmen who have to find and produce 
them, and so interfere with the due supply to others. 

Every effort is made to ensure rapid and regular production in 
the Search Rooms, but persons unconnected with the Office are 
liable to under-estimate the time necessanr for the production of 
documents belonging to certain classes. While bound volumes of 
State Papers, and Rolls belonging to any of the principal series, 
duly ticketed, can be produced almost as quickly as printed books 
in a library, single documents, preserved among a large number of 
others, in large portfolios or bundles, in dark rooms, cannot be 
identified without considerable trouble, especially if they are not 
clearly numbered. Improvements in this direction are in progress, 
but, considering the vast quantity of documents to be dealt with, 
they can be only gradual. 

I need scarcely add in conclusion that the object of the new 
Rules and Regulations is not to restrict the legitimate use of 
the Records by the public, but to protect these priceless documents 
from injury. Even as matters stand, some of those most fre- 
quently consulted in the Search Rooms have suffered more from 
wear and tear during the last twenty years than during the previous 
centuries of their existence. 

§ 11. LEGAL AND LITERARY SEARCH ROOMS. 

The number of registered applications for the production of 
Records, State Papers, &c., in the year 1887, has been: — 
In the Legal Search Room - - 17,183 

In the Literary Search Room - • 22,423 

39,606 



The value of the stamps purchased by the public and cancelled 
in the Legal Search Room has been — 

£ s. d. 

For 1,469 certified copies - - 744 19 

„ stamp duty on the same - - 35 3 

„ 370 attendances - - 106 17 

„ 1,554 inspections - - 77 14 01 May 

• „ 200 general searches - - 25 OjDecerfiber; 



989 13 






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DEPUTY KEEPEB OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS. 



• • • 
XIU 



Fees to the value of 14/. 14^. GcL have been remitted to certain 
Departments of State. 



§ III. DEPARTMENTAL SEARCH ROOM. 

The following table shows the number of applications and 
searches made on behalf of Government Departments whose 
archives are deposited in the Public Record Office, and the 
number of volumes or bundles issued or inspected : — 



Department. 


Applications 
and Searches. 


Issues and 
Inspections. 


Treasnzy - . - - - 
Home Office .... 
S*oreign Office . • • • 
Colonial Office . - . - 
War Office ----- 
Admiralty - - . - - 


189 

19 

84 

14 

445 

117 


757 

143 

78 

40 

4,412 

1>1S8 


Total . • 


758 


6,563 



The following table shows the number of volumes or bundles 
inspected by private searchers provided with permits from Go- 
vemment D^artments to consult their archives, deposited in the 
Public Record Office, but not open to the public : — 





Department. 


Inspections. 






Treasnijr - - - 


- 


67 






Home Office 


- 


107 






Foreign Office 


- 


862 






Colonial Office , • 


• 


2,421 






War Office - - - 


- 


77 






Admiralty - - - 


- 


365 






Lord Chamberlain's Office - 

Total 


- 


26 






8,425 





XIV THE FORTY-NINTH REPORT OF THE 



§ IV. TRANSFERS. 

The following Books and Documents have been received at the 
Public Record Office during the year 1887 : — 

From the Medical Department of the Navy': — ^Letters for the 
year 1845-6. 8 bundles. 

From the War Office :— 

One volume — ^Newfoundland, 

From the Deputy Clerk of Assize of the North-eastern 
Circuit : — Durham IRecords, as follows : — 

Commission of Gaol Delivery - - 7 Nov. 1876. 

IndicUnents, Recognizances^ and Depositions, 

Winter Assizes, 1876. 
Do. do. Spring Assizes, 1877. 

From the Patent Office : — Specifications of Patent Inventions 
for the year 1872. 40 bundles. 

Attorney General's Certificates, 1851 (pursuant to Stat. 
14 Vict. cap. 8.). 1 vol. 

From the Custom House : — Ledgers, &c. 2,224 volumes. 

From the Registrar-General's Office :-=— Indexes to Registers 
of Births, Deaths, and Marriages frogi 188^3 to 1885, inclu- 
sive. 36 volumes. (For safe custody only.) 



§ V. CALENDARS, INVENTORIES. AND INDEXES. 

Patent Rolls: 

A further instalment of the Calendar of the Patent Rolls of 
the reign of Edward I., prepared by the late Mr. F. S. 
Haydon, with the assistance of Mr. H. Rodney, is printed in 
the Appendix f pp. 1-200). It relates to the eighth year of 
the reign. 

I stated in my last Report (p. vii ) that, owing to the 
pressure of other work, this Calendar would not be carried 
beyond the end of the ninth year of the reign of Edward I. 
Considering, however, the iinportauce of the medieval Patent 
Rolls as an unbroken series ef registers of public affisiirs, I 
am making arrangements for a systematic Calendar of them 
upon a much simpler plan than that recently followed. 

Ancient Deeds: 

Considerable progress has been Inade with the Calendar, 
or Descriptive Catalogue, which was begun in 1886, as men- 
tioned in my last Report. A volume now in the press 
will give abstracts of about 5,400 deeds, being about 1,800 
of each of the followingjseries : — 

Series A. — Ancient Deeds of the Treasury of the Receipt 
of the Exchequer, formerly preserved at the Chapter 
House, Westminster. 



DEPUTY KEEPER OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS. XV 

Series B. — Ancient Deeds of the Court of Augmentations. 
Series C — Ancient Deeds of the Court of Chanceiy, 

formerly preserved at the Tower of London and the 

Rolls' Chapel. 

Papal Bulls : 

The Inventory, or Calendar, of all the Papal Bulls pre- 
served in the Public Record Office has been completed. The 
entries in it will eventually be incorporated in the Calendar 
of Ancient Correspondence noticed below. 

Return of Members of Parliament: 

The Index to the first volume, occupying 438 pages of 
print in folio, was almost ready for issue at the end of the 
year 1887. 

Further additions have been made to the lists of Members 
of Parliament, from documents hitherto unsorted, but now 
added to the series to which they properly belong. 

Inquibitiones Post Mortem: 

Considerable progress has been made with the tabular 
Index of the Inquisitiones post mortem of the Courts of 
Chancery, Exchequer, and Wards and Liveries between the 
reigns of Henry VII. and Charles I. inclusive. It is hoped 
that this work will be ready for press in 1889. 

Ancient Correspondenoe : 

A Calendar has been begun which will embrace all the 
mediaeval Letters, Diplomatic Documents, Papal Bulls, and 
other analogous material preserved in the Public Record 
Office, otherwise than in the form of entries upon the o^reat 
series of Chancery Rolls, such as the Patent Rolls, Close 
Rolls, French Rolls, Aimain Rolls, Roman Rolls. It will 
contain, inter alia, fuller abstracts of the so-called " Royal 
Letters" than those given in Appendices to the Fourth, 
Fifth, Sixth, and Seventh Reports of the Deputy Keeper 
and in the MS. Calendar in the Search Room, and abstracts 
of a very great number of similar letters, hitherto inacces^ 
sible amon^ the unsorted Records from the Tower of 
London, wnich have come to light in the course of the 
classification which is still in progress. 

Early Chanoert Proceedings : 

Mr. J. E. S. B. Sharp has made considerable progress 
with the Calendar of Bills and Answers filed on the Equity 
side of the High Court of Chancery between the reign?? of 
Richard II. ana Philip jand Mary, which was commenced in 
1886, as stated in my last Report. A specimen of the work, 
dealing with part of .the contents of Bundle 3, is printed, with 
some introductory remarks upon the character of the docu- 
ments in Bundles 3 to 30, in Appendix IL (pp. 201--208). 
The Calendar will shortly be issued separately. Bundles 1 



XVI THS: FORTT-KINTH BEPORT OP THE 

and 2 consist exchisively of documents which were ffiven in 
extenso at the beginning of the first and second vcuumes of 
the " Calendar of the Proceedings in Chancerj in the 
'* Reign of Qaeen Elizabeth," printed by command of 
King George IV., in 1827-1832, under the direction of the 
Eecord Commission. 

Mn Sharo's Calendar embraces not only the Bills and 
Answers pnor to the year 1467, mentioned in the Fifth 
Eeport of the Deputy Keeper (Appendix II., pp. 38-45), 
but a great number of others whicn have been discovered 
within the last two years in the course of the classification 
already noticed. Early Bills and Answers to which no 
approximate date can be assigned, and others of more cer- 
tain early date which may yet be found, will be calendared 
hereafter. 

Chanoebt Pkocbedings: 

A Calendar of Bills and Answers addressed to Sir 
Nicholas Bacon, in the reign of Elizabeth, supplementary to 
the Calendar printed in 1827-1832, has been begun. 

Stab Chambeb Pboceebings : 

It was stated in my last Report that a continuation of the 
Calendar of the Bills and Answers filed in the Court of Star 
Chamber in the reign of Henry VIII. had been set in hand. 
The portion of it done by Mr. R. F. Isaacson, in the inter- 
vals of other work, during the years 1886 and 1887, and 
during the early part of the present year, is printed in a 
tabular form in the Appendix (pp. 376-594). 

Deobees and Obdebs op the Cottbt or Exghequeb: 

The Chronological Index to the Entry Books of Decrees 
and Orders of the Court of Exchequer (Queen's Remem- 
brancer's Department) of the reign of Charles I. has been 
completed, having been brought down to the 32nd volume of 
the Third Series of Decrees and Orders. It can now be 
consulted in the Legal Search Room. 

Cebtifioates of Besidenoe: 

These documents, which form a portion of the so-called 
'* Ancient Miscellanea " of the Exchequer, and which have 
hitherto been quite inaccessible to the public, have been 
taken in hand. In the arrangement of them an alphabetical 
system has been adopted, by which any document sent into 
the Exchequer to prove change of residence on the part of a 
person liable to taxation will be traced in a few minutes. 
These certificates range in date from the reign of Henry YIIL 
to that of Charles II. inclusive. Very many of them have 
been found to be in the last stage of decay, and the labour 
of repairing them will be veiy great. 

Leases and Pensions (Augmentation Office) : 

The ancient manuscript Index to the enrolments of 
Leases and Pensions granted by the Crown out of the pro- 



D|}PUTT;,£EEPEB OP TOB PCTUC BECOBDS. XVU 

pertj of the suppressed monasterieSi being dilapidated by 
use, and otherwise defective, has been superseded by a 
revised list prepared by Mr. H. Rodney, under the supei*- 
• ifltendeDce of Mr. W. D. Sdby. It is printed in the Appendix 
(pp. 209-376). 

Bills and Answers of the Court op Exchequer: 

The tabulated Calendar of Bills and Answers of the Court 
of Exchequer (Queen's Remembrancer's Department) of the 
reign of Elizabeth, begun in 1886, has been continued during 
the past year, and the portion of it dealing with the counties 
in alphabetical order up to Derbyshire was completed by the 
end of 1887. 

Ministers' Accounts : 

Considerable progress has been made with the exhaustive 
Inventory of the Accounts of the Ministers appointed to 
' collect the rents and other issues of lands pertaining to the 
Crown, the commencement of which was announced in my 
last Report. This work, which is of great magnitude, will 
not be finished before 1890 at earliest. 

Proceedinos in the Court of Requests: 

A Calendar of the Bills, Answers, &c. of the Court of 
Requests, belonging to the reigns of Henry VII. and Henry 
Ylll.y hitherto unnumbered and inaccessible to the public, 
has been begun upon the system adopted with regard to the 
EarJy Chancery rroceedingg«. 

Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, of the 
Reign of Henry VIII.: 

Mr. J. Gairdner, who has been assisted by Mr. C. T. 
Martin and Mh R. H. Brodie, has proceeded with the im-> 
portant Calendar of aU public Documents in England relating 
to the reign of Henry VI 1 1. A tenth volume, which is the 
fifteenth instalment of this work, was published in 1887 (see 

§ IX.). 
State Papers, relating to Ireland, of the Reign of 
Elizabeth : 

Mr. H. C. Hamilton has continued his Calendar, of which 
four volumes have been published. More than half of the 
fifth volume had been passed for press by the end of the 
year 1887. 

State Papers, Domestic Series, of the Reign of 
Charles I.: 

Mr. W. D. Hamilton had, at the end of the year 1887, 
almost completed the revision of the proof sheets of a volume 
dealing with the year 1 644. 

State Papers, Colonial Series : 

Mr. W. Noel Sainsbury has continued his Calendar, of 
which six volumes have been published. A volume dealing 
with State Papers relating to America and the West Indies 
between the years 1669 and 1675 was well advanced at press 
at the end of the year 1887, 

o 529S6.— Bbp. b 



xvni 



THE FORTY-NIN!rH BEPOBT OF THE 



Treasury Papers: 

Mr. J. Bedington has continued his Calendar, of wbicii 
five volamea have been > published. A volume dealing with 
the papers between the years 1720 and 1728 was in the press 
at the end of the year 1887. 

Home Offiob Papers: 

A Calendar of Home Office Papers of the r^ign of William 
and Mary, preserved in the PubUc Record Office, has been 
begun upon the system adopted by Mr. J. Redington and 
Mr. R. A. Roberts in their respective volumes of Calendar 
of Home Office Papers of the reign of George III. 



§ VI. CLASSIFICATION AND ARRANGEMENT. 

A great deal of time and Atientifm has been devoted during the 
]m8t year, as during the previous year, to the claseificatioa of 
documents faitfaerto unsorted, and the identification of documents 
insufficiently described, especially those of the Chancery Division. 
Large additions will consequently be made to some classes 
already existii^ and some new classes are being formed. Some 
account of this work wUl be given in a future Report. 



§ VII. OPERATIONS BY WORKMEN, 

The following table shows the prindpal operations of the year 
1887 :— 



Bolls, 
Files, 

or 
Suits. 



Bandies. 



Membranes. 



Leares. 



Volumes. 



Nnmberad 


- 


S,6S6 


208 


Flattened 


- 


— 


897 


Bepatred 


- 


— 


— 


Sised - 


- 


— 


— 


Guarded 


- 


— 


— 


Ck>llated 


m 


— 


— 


Sewed - 


- 


1 


— 


Bound - 


- 


— 


— 


Ticketed 


- 


1,221 


1,546 


Stamped 


- 


— ■ 


15 


»» 


- 


— . 


— 



26,256 

50,598 

8,861 

5,261 

2,422 

1,127 
117,987 



86,587 
1,884 
9,648 
8,913 
9,273 
5,250 
1,888 



52,150 



1,489 



12 



41 



ISO 



■ V 

40,990 



DEPtJTT KEEPER OF THE PUBLIC BEOOBDS. XXX 

Tbid table does not include the dusting, preliminary flattening, 
and ticketing of the contents of boxes and sacks of documents 
hitherto unsorted. The classes to which most attention has been 
given have been Chancery Proceedings, Court Bolls, Ancient 
Deeds, Ministers' Accounts, Certificates of Residence, Feet of 
Fines, Duchy of Lancaster Pleadings, Star Chamber ProceedingSj 
Letters and Papers of the reign of Henry VIIL, State Papers, 
Domestic 1642-60. 



$ Vlir. BUILDINGS. 

The recent fixture of a lift in the main Bepositoiy of Records 
has ffunlitated the production of Documents in the Search Rooms. 

I have requested Your Majesty's Commissioners of Works and 
Public Buildings to provide incMiidescent electric Kgbts for the 
three Search Rooms and the adjoining passages. Application has 
also been made to the Lords Commissioners of Your Mtyesty's 
Treasury to sanction the removal of the small house known as 
I and 2, Rolls Yard, as being a source of danger to the adjoining 
buildings, and of practical inconvenience to this Department 



§ IX. THE ACT 40 & 41 VICT. o. 56. 

The work of the Inspecting Ofiicers has been continued in 
virtue of the first section of the above Act. 

Following the Rules approved by Your Majesty in Council 
on the 25th of July 1662, they have f mother proceeded with the 
examination of Records of the Court of Exchequer. They have 
had to select one by one Documents considered worthy of preser- 
vation from a large aniount of Documents of a worthless nature 
comprised in Schedules 7 and 6 of Records of Courts mentioned 
in the third section of the Public Record Office Act, 1638, and 
more of this work remained to be done at the close of the year 
1887. 

The Seventh Schedule, which was mentioned in my last Report 
(pp.xii and 641), was again laid before both Houses of Parliament 
on the 15th of February 1667. 

The Eiffhth Schedule was laid before both Houses of Parlia- 
ment on the 2l8t of July 1667. The Documents included in it 
relate principally to the business and accounts of Sheriffs. Con- 
sidering the unusual len^h of the Appendices to this Report, I 
have not included this Schedule among them. 

In pursuance of the first two of the Rules approved by Your 
Majesty in Council on the 22nd of May 1683, the First Schedule 
of valueless Documents existing or accruing in the Office of Your 
Majesty's Postmaster General (mentioned in my la^t Report, 
n. nilj was laid before the House of Commons on the 11th of 
March, and before the House of Lords on the 15th of March 
1667. 



XX THE FOKTT-lftNTH REPORT iyF THE 

In ptirstiaiice of ifae extending Rule applicable to Departments 
ofthe Government (of which Your Majesty's approbation was de-^ 
clared hy Order in Oouacil on the 26tli o£ June 1886) a Schedule 
of valudess Documents in the Office of the Paymaster General 
for the business of the Supreme Court of Judicature was also laid 
before both Houses of Parliament on the 28th of February 1887. 

All ihe above-mentioned Schedules wer^ submitted to both 
Houses of Parliament for a period of four weeks. 

A Schedule of valueless Documents of the War Office deposited 
at the Public Record Office has been commenced. This will 
be prepared under Rule 4 of the JRules approved by Your 
Maiesty in Council on the 22nd of May 1883, and under tiie 
Rules also approved by Your Majesty on the 2Sth of July 1882. 

Some consideration has been given by the Inspecting Officers 
to the Documents to be included iti the Ninth Schedule of 
Courtis mentioned in the third section of the Public Record 
Office Act, 18S8. < 

Questions from Government Departments relating to valueless 
Documents continue to be referred to the Inspecting Officers^ 
and the replies to these sometimes require much consideration. 
Even when a Schedule has been made of valueless Documents 
in a particular Department, a necessity for further Schedules is 
liable to arise when the Department finds that there is no further 
use for some classes of Documents^ or that some change of practice 
has occurred by virtue of an Act of Parliament or otnerwise. 

By a return obtained from Your Majesty's Stationery Office^ it 
appear9.that the weight of the worthtess Admiralty paper Docu- 
ments relating to the administration of wages and effi^cts of 
deceased Seamen and Mjarines, referred to in my last Report and 
now destroyed, amounted to 6 tons 14 cwt. 

The number of worthless Documents included in the Post 
Office Schedule is enormous^ and the quantity of waste paper, 
not only from that Department^ but also from many others for 
which Schedules have been duly submitted to both Houses of 
Parliament, increases year after year with the expansion of the 
business. All this can now be legally sent to the Stationery 
Office, to be afterwards profitably converted into new paper. 



{ X. CALENDARS PUBLISHED. 

The following Volumes have been published during t^e year 

1887 :— 

Calendab op State Papebs^ Domestic Series, DUBnca 
XHE Commonwealth, preserved in Her Majesty's Public 
Record Office. Edited by Mary Anne Everett Oreen. 
Vol. XIIL— 1669-60. 

This volume brings the main series of Commonwealth 
papers down to the Itestoration period^ and so forms the 
connecting link between previous volumes in the same 
series and those dealing with the early part of the reign 



DEPUTY KEEPRB C^" TBE PQBLlf; RECOfU)S. Zzi . 

of Charles 11., yiz., tiie yearn 1660-I6675 publUhed. some 
years ago. The chief events of the last eleven montha of the 
Interregnum are fully illustrated by it8 contents, notably 
the preoiature rising of Sir George Booth and the great 
precautions taken to prevent its spreading throughout the 
country. The volume also shows the relations of the Par- 
liament with General Monk when commanding in Scotland, 
and with Montague (afterwards Earl of Sandwich) at the 
head of the fleet. 

Calendar of State Papers, Domestic Series, op the 
Keiqn of Charles I., preserved in Her Majesty^s Public 
Record Office. Edited by William Douglas Hamilton, 
Esq., F.S.A. Vol. XVin.-.-1641-1643. 

The years included in; this volume are among the most 
remarkable in English history, embracing, as they do, the 
events immediately preceding and following the outbreak 
of the Civil Wars. It is impossible, to mention here in detail 
the many important and interesting documents relating io 
this period, of which abstracts a,re now printed for the first 
time. 

Calendar of Letters and Papers, Foreigk and 
DoMESTiq, of the Beign of Hei^t VIII., preserved in 
Her Majesty's Public Record Office,' the Briti^ Maseum, 
Ac. Edited by Jamea Ghurdner, Esq. Vol. X. — 1536. 

The first six months only of 16S6 are concerned in this 
volume. The papers iioted in it continue the narrative 
of Henry's difficulties with the Pope and foreign Princes 
arising out of the question of his divorce from Katherine, 
the letters of Chapuys on these and other topics being, of 
speciid interest. The death of Katherine, and the trial 
and execution of Anne Boleyn, also fall within l^is period. 
The visitation of the religious houses in the North of 
England was begun early in the year, and made great 
progress under Legh and Layton, whose reports contam 
much unpublished matter about monastic life. 

The number of volumes of Calendars sold for Your Ddajesty's 
Stationery Office during the. year 1887 has been 410, making a 
total of 16,524. 

At the end o£ the year there were eight volumes of thi^ series 
ift the press. 

i XI. CHBONICLES AND MEMORIALS OF GREAT 
BRITAIN AND IRELAND DURING THE 
MIDDLE AGES. 

The following volumes were issued during the year 1887 : — 

• ChJIOHIOA BoQEBI DE WjSNPOYEBy SIVE FiXXBSS HiSTO- 

BIABUH. Vol. II. Edited by Henry Gay Hewlett, Esq. 



y 



xxii 'THE fortt-ninth: rkport of the 

E^per of the Records of the Land lleveoue. (Pttblication 
Muctioned in 1884.) 

This edition gives that portion only of Roger of Wen- 
dover's Chronicle which can be accounted nn original 
authority. 

The Historians of the Church of York, and its 
AsCHBlSHOPS. Vol. II. Editea by James Raiue, M.A., 
Canon of York. (Publication sanctioned in 1 872.) 

This Tolume contains Lives of St. Oswald, by Eadmer, 
Senatus, Prior of Worcester, and others. A faidtory of 
four Archbishops of York, Thomas L, Gerard, Thomas II., 
and Thurstau, by Hug^ the Chantor, is here printed in 
its entirety for the first time, with other prose and metrical 
chronicles, including that attributed to Thomas Stubbs. 
The long-continued struggle between the sees of York 
and Canterbury is well illustrated both in this and the 
preceding v<dume. 

Chronicles of the Reigns of Stephen, Henrt II., and 
Richard I. YoL III. Edited by Richard Hewlett, Esq., 
of the Middle Temple, Barrister-at-Law. (Publication sanc- 
tioned in 1884.) 

This volume contains the '< Gesta Stephani Regis,'' the 
Chronicle of Richard of Hexham, the '' Relatio de 
Standardo " of St. Aelred of Rieyaulx, the poem of Jordan 
Fantosrae, and the Chronicle of Richard of Devizes. 
The preface points out many obscure events, especially 
in Stephen's reign, upon which these Chronicles throw 
entirely new light. 

The Metrical Chronicle of Robert of Gloucester. 
Edited by William Aldis Wright, Esq., M.A. Farts I. and 
II. (Publication sanctioned in 1868.) 

The date of the composition of this Chronicle is placed 
about the year 1300, and the writer appears to have been 
an eye-witness of many events which he describes in the 
latter portion of the work. The language in which it is 
' written was the dialect of Gloucestershire at that time. 
The first half of it is taken from Geoffrey of Monmouth 
and Henry of Huntingdon ; William of Malmesbury ap- 
pears to be the authoritv later on. Robert of Gloucester's 
Chronicle terminates abruptly in 1270, with the murder 
of Henry son of Richard Earl of Cornwall by Guy de 
Montfort. 

The Letter Books of the Monastery of Christ 
Church, Canterbury. Edited by Joseph firigstocke 
Sheppard, Esq., LL.D. Vol. I. (Publication sanctioned in 
1886.) 

The Letters printed in this volume were chiefly written 
between the years 1296 and 1333. Among the more notable 



DEPUtT KEEPKR OF THE PUBLIC BECORDS. y^xm 

writers were Prior Henry of Eastry, Prior Richard 
Oxenden, and the Archbishops Raynold. and Meophain. 
The letters do not toach much upon the political events of 
the period in which they were written, their interest and 
importance lyin^ rather in the pictures they present of 
motiHstic life and discipline. 

Ohbonicle of Robert of Bbunne. Edited by Frederick 
James Furniyall, Esq., M.A., of Trinity Hall, Cambridge, 
Barrister-at^Law. Parte L and IL (PuhHoation sanctioned 
in 1865.) 

Robert of Branne, or Bourne, ca Lincoln, was a 
meml)er of the Gilbertine Order establi-the^^I at Sempring- 
ham. His Chronicle is described by its editor as a work 
of fiction, a contribution not to English hi^tory^ but to the 
history of English. It wa^ written early in the fourteenth 
century, and is a version, in eaily Englis'i rhyme, of the 
Chronicles of Langtoft, Geoffrey of Monmouth, and Wace, 
with a &w additions from Bede and others. 

A Collection or the Chronicles and Ancient His- 
TOBIES OF Great Britain, now galled England, by 
John de Wavbin. 1399 to 1422. (Translation.) Edited 
and translated by Sir William Hardy 5 F.S.A., and Edward 
L. C, P. Hardy, Esq., F.S.A. 1864-1887. (Publication 
sanctioned in 1857.) 

This curious Chronicle extends from the fkbulous period 
of history down to the return of Edward IV. to England 
in the year 1471 after the second deposition of Henry VI. 
It was written towards the end of the fifteenth oen- 
tury^ having been expressly executed for liouis de 
Bruges^ Seigneur de ia Gruthuyse and Earl of Win- 
Chester, from whose cabinet it passed into the library of 
Louis XII. at Blois. This volume is a translation of that 
portion of the original text which was f)ubU^hed in the 
Rolls Series in the year 1868. It will bj found interesting 
to English readers, as covering the two reigns of Henry 
IV. and Henry V.j and throwing light on the important 
events of that period. 

IcEiaNDic Sagas and other Historical Documents re- 
lating to the Settlements and Descents of the Northmen on 
the firitish Isles. V^ol. I. Orkneyim^ Saga and Magnus 
Saga. Vol. II. Hakonar Saga and Magnus Saga. Edited 
by M. Gudbrand Vigfusson^ M.A. (Publication sanctioned 
m 1874) 

These two volumes contain the entire original Icelandic 
texts of certain Sagas, with a very complete account by 
M. Vigfusson of the manuscripts consulted by him in the 
Libraries of Copenhagen, Stockholm, and Upsala. The 
translations of the text, with historical and geographical 



XXIV THE FORTT-NIKTH BEPORT OF THE 

introdactions by iSir G. W. Dasent, will form Vok. III. 
and ly. of the work. 

The number of volumes of Chronicles and Memorials sold for 
Your Majesty's Stationery Office during the year 1887 has been 
1>680^ making a total of 46,464. 

At the end of the year there were 12 works belonging to this 
series in the press or in the binders' hands, and 8 others in 
course of preparation. The material reduction of the amount 
voted for *^ Calendars and Historical Documents " has again 
prevented the undertaking of any fresh work. It will be seen 
that several of the books published in 1887 had been undertaken 
many years ago. 



§ XII. RESEARCHES IN FOREIGN ARCHIVES. 

Rome : 

Mr. W. H. Bli<$s has continued his researches in the Archives 
of the Vatican and other palaces. During the year 1887 he 
forwarded to this office 15 bundles of extracts and tran- 
scripts of documents relating to the history of Great Britain 
and Ireland. A summary of his proceedings is given in the 
Appendix to this Report (p. 695). 

Venice : 

The Calendar of State Papers and Manuscripts at Venice 
and elsewhere in Northern Italy relating to English affairs 
has made progress at press during the year 1887. 

SW£DEK : 

Further transcripts have been received from Stockholm , 
pursuant to the arrangement mentioned in my last Report. 

Spain, Brussels, and Vienna: 

Don Pascual de Gayangos has continued his researches. 

§ XIII. HISTORICAL MANUSCRIPTS COMMISSION. 

The work of this Commission has, as in previous years, been 
conducted at Rolls House. 

Mr. J. J. Cartwiight, Secretary of the Public Record Office, 
and formerly Assistant Secretary to the Commission, has been 
appointed Secretary iu the place of Mr. J. Romilly, resigned. 

Some of the Clerks have been employed in calendaring the 
Cecil Manuscripts of the time of Elizabeth, out of office hours. 



BEPUty KEEPER OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS. XXV 

The issue of this Report had been delayed by circumstances 
which are not likely to recur. 

AU which is humbly sulHnitted to Your Majesty, 
Dated this 26th day of November 1888. 

(Signed) H. 0. MAXWELL LTTE, 

Deputy Keeper of the Public Records, 



1 humbly certify to Your Majesty that this Beport b made 
by the Deputy Keeper of the Public Records, pursuant to the 
n\h section of the Statute 1 & 2 Vict c. 94. 

(Signed) ESHEB, 

Master of the Rolls, 



o 52926. — Bef. 



APPENDIX 

TO THE 

FORTY-NINTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE DEPUTY 
KEEPER OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS. 



No. 1. — ^Calendar of Patent Rolls; 8 Edward I. 



m. S5 (29). Aaroiiy son of Vjraed, a Jew of London; grant to, that out of the 

clearer deht« and ohligations in the King's hands, in compensation 
of a deht due to him hy Gilbert Fecche, which he had granted to 
Alianor, the Queen*Consort, there should be assigned, levied, and 
delii'ered to him in the King's name an amount reaching to that of 
the debt aforesaid, and that if any debt so assigned should be 
found to be quitted, then another in place of it should be granted 
to him. Winchester, 6th January. 

m. 25 (80). The same ; similar grant to, but out of the clearer debts and obliffa- 

(cednle.) tions in the King's hands of condemned Jews or others or which 

may foil into the King's hands, &c., as above. Marlborough, 16th 

Februar}' (crossed out and "Winchester, 6th January," written 

over it), 8 Edward I. 

m. SO (1). Ahbytot, Geoffrey de, of Redmarley (*' Budmerleg* ") ; exemption 
to, during his life, from serving on assises, juries, and recognitions. 
Gloucester, 10th April. 

m. 15 (H). Abingdon, the warden and fraternity of the Hospital of S. John at } 

licence to, in pursuance of an inquisition a.q.d. taken by Badulph 
de Sandwich, the King's seneschal, to enclose a waste place lying 
between the wall of the said hospital and the highway leading to 
Burford ('< Boreford' ") for the enlargement of the court of the 
hospital, and to hold the same in mortmain, provided they do not 
build shops or other houses thereon through which there may be a 
passage to the highway. Westminster, Srd June. 

na. 23d. (67). Abingdon (Berks) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and Robert 

Muct to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Walter de 
Ck>lecote, of Abingdon, against the abbat of Abingdon and others, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 20d.Xl4)* Abingdon (Berks) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and Robert 

Malet to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by John son 
of William del Pestrjn, of Abingdon, against Robert de Colcot 
and others, touching a tenement in. 

in. sod. (24). Abingdon (Berks) ; appointment of same to take a similar assise 

arraigned by John son of William le Gros against John son of 
William Bachus and others, touching a tenement in 

Ablington (Wilts) ; see Figheldean. 

16 C^). Accursii, Francesco ; commisimus to, during pleasure, of the custody 
of the manor and castle of Dunsterr*, so much of the annual payment 
of 200/. which he receives from the King as the issues of the manor 
and castle aforesaid shall amount to, by an extent made or to be 
made by Radulph de Sandwich, the King's seneschal, being sub- 
tracted until the resumption of them into the King's hands, when 
he shall receive the said annual payment as before. Westminster, 
27th May. 

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2 APPENDIX TO THE FORTT-NINTH REPORT OF THE 

No. 1. — Calendar of Patent Rolls : 8 Edward I. — continued, 

m. 16 QIC). Concurrent mandate of livery in pareuance to Radulph de Sand- 
wich. , ., . - 

m. lid. (10). Achangr' (Southt); appointment of Robert Fulconis and William 

de Brayboef to take the UBslae arraigned by the prior of Selborne 
against Adam (or Ada) Gordnn, touching a way stopped in. 

Acle (Bucks) ; see Oakley. 

Ade (Essex) ; see Oakley. 

m. 17 (18). Acre, the master and fraternity of the house of, in England ; bimplt* 
protection to, in Ireland. Westminster, 2Sth May. 

m. 19 (3). ActoUy presentation directed to the keeper of the spiritualities of the 
bishopric of London, of William de Ippele to the church of, void 
and in the King's gift by the Toidance of the bishopric of London, 
which is in the King's hands. Windsor, 9th May. 

Acton (Lane.) ; see Egton. 

m. 25d. (3). Acton Reynolds (^'Akton Reyneri") (Salop); appointment of 

Radulph de Hengham and Roger de Leicester to take the assise 
of novel disseisin arraigned by Stephen de Akton against Reyiier 
de Akton and others, touching a common of pastare in. 

m. 7d. (9). Adbaston ('< Adbaldeston") (Staff.); appointment of Radulph de 
• , . • Hengham and Reginald de Legh to take the assise of novel 

disseisin arraigned by William Marie against Henry de Tunstall 
and Hamo de Adboldeston, toucliing a tenement in. 

m. 22d. (54). Adestr* (Warw.) ; appointment .of Radulph de Hengham and Roger 

[leTWaleys to, take the jury of 24 knigiit^ [arraigned by] Oslnrt 
de Clinton against Matilda late wife of T omas de Clinton, Jolm 
her son, and lliomas le Wronge, to convict the jury of an assise of 
' , ^ novel disseisin taken between them, touching a tenement in. 

m. 24d. (11). Admundescote (Wore.); appointment of Robert Fulconis and Gile^ 
, ' de Betkeleyto take the as^ae of mort dancestor arraigned by John 
. . . . Aldremonston against Robert Gefrei and Imania his wife, touching 
a mesuage and land in. 

m«^34« (64). /Adstone (f^Attestaa*") (North t); appointment of NichoUs de 
. Stapleton and. Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of mort 
danceator arraigned by . Margery daughter of Oeoffrey le Smith 
against William Deynte, touching a mesHage and land in. 

m« 17d. (71). Agham (Line.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias de 

Bekingham to take the assise arraigned by Lambert de Buscy 
against' Simon 'de Barton, archdeacon of Stowe, touchuig a fosse 
levied in. 

m. 8d. (61). Agmodesham, Walter de,and W. de I^rlay, or one of them:; ^appoinu 
• • ment of, to inquire and do justice as to certain evildoers unknown 

who while the King was in the parts of Langle}^ came to Roxeth 
within the royal vir^e and ejected Roger de Brome and Marger)- 
his wife from certam land, and took and detain their com and 
other goods. Clipston, 5th August. 

Agmodesham (Bocks) ; see Amersham. 

Agmondesharo (Bucks) ; see Amersham. 

Agmondesham; src Amersham. 

» 

m. 23d. (8). Aguillon, Geoffrey, and Alan de Walkingham; appointment of, to 

take all assises, juries, and recognitions in oos. Lancaster, West- 
. moreland, Cumberland, and Northumberland. 

lb. 15d. (36). Aguillon, Geoffrey, and Alan de Walkingham ; appointment of, to 

take all assizes, juries, and recognitions in cos. Lane, Cumbr., 
West morel., and Northumbr. 

m. 14 (17). S. Albany the abbat and conveikt of) pardon to, of the trespass com- 
mitted by, in the insufficient execution of the office of coroner within 
their Uberty by the seneschal of the same and his clerk, the said 
abbat and convent having claimed the right, by an antient custom. 



DEIPTJTY R£EPE» OF THE PUBLIC EEC01tl>$. 3 

No. 1. — ^Calendar of Ptitent Hells : 8 Edward I. — continued. 

to the execation of the offiee aforesaid bf their Bftid offieers before 
John de Rejgate and his doUeagaes Juiftires last in eyre in co. 
Herts, and the said jastices haring taken the liberty aforesaid into 
the King's hands by reason of the insufficiency aforesaid ; and 
pardon to^ of the amercement consequently imposed upon them 
by the said justices ; and licence to them to elect, out of their 
better freeholders in their own court, coroners for the said liberty. 
Westminster, 7th June. 

jO. 14 (18) • Concurrent mandate of intendence and respondence in pursuance 

to the tenants of the abbey. 

m« 2 Id. (61). S. Alban's; commission of gaol delivery for, to William de Aete, 

Laurence de Plumbereire, William de Lodewyk, and John le 
Bretun. 

oi. lOd. (14). S. Alban's; commission of gaol delivery for, to William de Aete, 

Laurence de Plumberwe, William de Lodewik, and John le 
Bretun. 

nu Id. (52). S, Alban's; commission of gaol delivery fbr, to William de Aete. 

Laurence de Plumberwe, John le Bretun, and Richard le Fraunceis. 

m. 12 (27). Albemarle, the i^bbat of; letters of attorney to, in favour of Hugh de 

Boiento, his monk, and John de Quynoys. Westminster, 27th 
June. 

SI. S (14). Aibiniac, Radnlph de; oommiiimus to; durii^ pleasure, of the 
custody of the hundred of Soath ' Peiton, which is in Uie King's 
hands. Westminster, 4th November. 

In. 9d. (1^). Aldborough C Alde&bergh"; (Norf.); appointment of Boger Love- 
day and Robert de Ludham to take the assise of mort daucestor 
am%ned^ by William «on of Alan le Feure affainst Boger de 
Sperham and others, touching two mesuages and land in. 

m. 7d. (23). Aldeby ( " Audeby '') (Korf.) ; appointment of Boger Loveday and 

Bobert de Lndham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
hy Geoffrey de la Forde against William Roscelyn and others, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 4d. (7). Alderalghenop' (Kent) ; appointment of John de Cobham and Boger 
de Leicester to take the assise of noTcl disseisin -artaigncJd by Wil- 
liam Teppe against William Ordmer, touehinga tenement in. 

xn. 17;d. (61), Alderford ("Aireford") (Norf.); appointment of Roger Loveday 

and Bobert de Ludham to take the assise of novel disseisin ar- 

' raigned by John de la W^ade sgainst Robert Bataille and other9, 

touching a tenement in. 

Aiding (Kent) ; s«« Hnntou. 

Aiding (Kent) ; see Yalding. 

m. 14 (20), Aldithel', William de ; going by licence to Ireland, protection to, 

with clause : Vchtmus, Westminster, 8th June. 

m. 14 (21). The same ; letters of attorney to, in fkvour of Alan Osemund, for 

England. Same date. 

m. 14 (22). The same; appointment of S. bishop of Waterford, Treasurer of 

Ireland, Richard de Exeter, Master John de Saunfiord, and Robert 
de Glastonbury, Master of the Knights Templars in Ireland, to 
audit the account of, of the receipts and expenses of James de 
Aldither, his &ther, when he was Justiciar of Ireland. West- 
minster, 10th June. 

fO- 6 <11)* Alein, Thomas, of Walsall; pardon to, for having killed John Aieyn 

his brother, as it is aUeged that he did so by misadventure. 
Fontefiract, llth August 

Bi. 18 (0* Algarkirk (" Alkerkirke ") (Line); appointment of Nicholas dc 

Stapleton and Elias de Bekinghsm to take the assise of novel 
disseisin arraigned by Robert FitiLambert against John son of 
Thomas Bolle and others, touching a tenement in. Westminster, 
18th May. 

A 2 



APrEKDIX TO TQE FORTY-NINTH KEPORT OF THE 

No. 1. — Calendar of Patent Rolls : 8 Edward I. — continued. 

m. 24 (17). Alianor, the Queen-Consort; grant to, of all the right at present 
possessed by the King in the custody of the lands and tenements 
late of Richard de Ardern% an idiot. Lindhnrst, 20th January. 

m. 28 (15). Alianor, the Queen-Consort ; grant to, during the present voidance 
of the bishopric of Winchester, and during pleasure, of the custody 
of the manor of Ringwod, in the King's hands, by reason of the 
▼oidauce.of the said bishopric which is in the King^s htnds. 
Clarendon, 15th February. 

m. 18 (')). Alianor, the Queen-Consort; grant to, in completion of the assign- 
ment of dower (long since made to her by the King, of the castles 
of TykehuU and Stanford and certain manors belonging to the 
King in England, and certain manors and castles in Gascony, and 
of 4,000 librates of land, at the instance of her brother Alpnonse, 
King of Castillo, when the King was recently in Gascony, and 
afterwards 500 librates, so that she should have altogether, both 
in England aod in Gkiscony, 4,500 librates of land for her life as 
dower) of Bhinquefort (*' Blankeford' ") " insulam Marketum et 
'* NoTum Castrum," and all the lands which may escheat to the 
Crown by the death of the lady of Blanquefort.' Westminster, 
10th June. 

m. 18 (4). The same ; grant to, of the manor of Burstwik with the vill of Hedon' 
in dower in compensation for the wapentake of Wirkesworth and 
the yill of Assebum', fonnerly assigned to her in dower, but after- 
wards granted to Edmund tbe King*s brother in exchange for the 
castles of Carmarthen and Cardigan. Westminster, 1 0th June. 

m. 24 (19). Alianor, the Queen-Mother; mandate to the bishop of Agen, and 
Guycard de Buigo and Master Adam de Norfolk, constable of 
Bordeaux, to admit as her attorneys Guy Ferre and Benedict de 
Blakeham, her knights, and William de Estden\ her clerk, to make 
an extent with the said bishop and the others of the land of 
Agenois. Lindhurrt, 20th Januar}\ 

m. 19 (33). Alianor, the Queen-Mother; grant to, of the custody of the lands and 
heirs of Jordan le Forester, deceased, during the minority of the 
said heirs, with their maritage. Westminster, 25th May. 

m. 10 (6). Alianor, the Qneen-Mothpr ; grant and assi;rumeut to. of the vill and 
(cedule.) castle of S. Macaire. with the pedage and fishery (" nassa **) thereof, 

to hold for life, for 330^ sterling in part satisfaction of 2,00OZ. ster- 
ling assigned to her by Henry III., with the consent of the King, 
by the name of dower and 1,670/. sterling a year out of the custom 
of Bordeaux in pounds sterling or of Tours at will for life by 
the name of dower m satisfaction ("suppletionem*') of the afore- 
said 2,000/. assigned to her by Henry III., with licence to her, if 
the payment of 1,670/., to be made out of the custom aforesaid, 
should not be fully made, to take day by day all the issues of the 
said custom until the deficit be paid up, and if, in process of time, 
she should suffer any hindrance in the receipt of the said 1,670/. 
from the custom aforesaid at the hands of the King of France, 
the said sum shall be raised to her behoof out of the King's lands 
in Gascony, Agenois and Salntonge, the Queen -Mother, in return 
for this grant and assignment to surrender to the King all the 
lands and tenements which she held in dower by the assignment 
of Henry III. in Gascony, in the bishopric of Saintes, and the 
Isle of Oleron, except the vill and castle of S. Macaire, with pedage 
and fishery thereof aforesaid. Seleburn, 10th July, 8 Edward I. 

[The dorse of the cedule contains several entries relating to the 
dower of the Queen-Mother. The sum-total of the various amounts 
is stated to be 811/. 13s. 9§(/.] 

m. 10 (10). Alianor, the Queen-Mother ; grant and assignment to, verbally 
identical with the above with the exception of the clause relating 
to the interference of the King of France. Same date. [In margin 
of roll are the words : — " Postea mutata fuit ista carta sub eadem 
<* data et superaddita fuit qnedam nova clausula que incipit '£t si 



DEPUTY KEEPER OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS. 

No. 1. — Calendar of Patent Rolls : 8 Edward I. — continued. 



** * forte predicta mater nostra * et durat nsque ibi/ ' Et pro hac 
'* * concessione/ &c. sicat patet in rottilo pendenti." The clause here 
mentioned is obviously the one which is omitted in the present 
entry.] 

m. 10 (11). Alianor, the Queen-Mother ; grant to, for life (in pursuance of a 

covenant between Henry III. and the King, on the one part, and 
the said Queen-Mother on the other, that as soon as the land of 
Agenois should come into the hands of Henry III. or of the King, 
the Queen Mother being alive, it should be delivered by one or 
other of them to her for life in compensation for the earldom of 
Richmond) of the pedage of the vill of Marmande by sea and land 
with the ferry (" passagio curalli ^*) and the fishery and the King's 
meadow there, for 1,450/. in part value of the earldom aforesaid, 
with compensation out of the land of Agenois in case the pledge 
aforesaid falls short of 1,450/. in any year. Selebum. 10th July. 

m. 10 (12). Alianor, the Queen-Mother ; grant to, at her instance (in pursuance 

of a covenant between Henry III. and the King on the one side, 
and the said Queen-Mother oo the other, that as soon a^ she 
should die and the land of Agenois saould come into the hands 
of Henry III. or the King, her executors should receive 10,000 
marks sterling for the execution of her will) that afti;r her death 
her executors shall hold the vill and castle of S. Macaire with 
the pedage and fishery thereof for 880/., and also those 1,670/. 
which the King granted to her yenvly out of the custom of Bour- 
deaux with the pedage of the vil! of Marmande by sea and land, 
with the ferry (?) and the fishery and the King's meadow there for 
1,450/. until the said executors shall receive from the aforesaid vills, 
castle, custom of Bourdjaux, &c., the aforesaid 10,000 marks for the 
execution of her will. Selebum, 10th July. 

m. 9 (1). Alianor, the Queen-Mother; grant to, that the King and his heirs 
shall pay, out of the issues of the land of Agenois, all alms, fees, 
or burdens incumbent on the pedage of the vill of Marmande 
by land and sea, on the ferry, and on the fishery, and the King's 
meadow, of the said vill, lately granted to her for life. Selebum', 
10th July. 

m. 9 (2). The same ; mandate to J. de Greilly, the seneschal of Gascony, to 

make livery to, of the vill and castle of S. Macaire with the 
pedage and fishery of the said vill, and 1,670/. of the custom 
of Bordeaux now newly granted to her for life, she having sur- 
rendered to the Kin^ in return for the same all the lands which 
she held in dower in Gascony and the bishopric of Saintes and 
isle of Oleron, except the vill and castle aforesaid of S. Macaire ; 
and also the pedage of the vill of Marmande, &c., as above, she 
having surrendered to the King in return for the same all her right 
in the land of Agenois and the earldom of Richmond, and to take 
seisin for the King of the surrendered lands and right above-named. 
Same date. 

m. 9 (8). The same ; grant to, that, &c., as in m. 9 (1). Same date. 
(cednle.) 

m- 9 (4). The King to Philip [IH.], King of France; appointment of John de 
(eedule.) Greyley, seneschal of Gascony, Masters Adam de Norfolk, con- 
stable of Bordeaux, and Reymund de la Ferer*, as proctors in the 
matter of the confirmation by the King of France of certain 
conventions entered between Edward I. and Alianor the Queen - 
Mother, touching grants and assignments in Gascony and Agenois. 
Same date. 

ni' 9 C^)* Alianur. the Queen-Mother ; mandate to the seneschal of Gascony, 

the constable of the castle of Bordeaux, and the keeper of the 
custom there to pay to her the smn of 1,670/. a year granted 
and assigned to her by the King out of the said custom. Same 
date. 



G APPENDIX TO THE FORTY-NINTH REPORT OP THE 

No. 1, — Calendar o£ Patent Rolls : 8 Edwawl I. — catitinued, 

m. 9 (6). The same } appointment of Jobn de Greilly, seneschal of Gascony, 
and Master Reymund de la Ferere as the procters of Edward I. 
in the matter of the confirmation by the King of France of certain 
conventions entered into between Edward I. and Alianor, the 
Queen-Mother, touching grants and assignments made to her in 
Gasfon}' and Agenoii*. Same date. 

m. 9 (13). Alianor, the Queen-Mother ; mandate to all justices, sheriffs, bailiffs, 
&c , to admit the attorneys or attorney whom William de Wyn- 
treshuir, a knight of, and Robert de Dyce, her clerk, shall appoint, 
she having given the said William and Robert a dedimus potes- 
tatem to appoint them. Windsor, I4tb July. 

m. 6 (9). Aliaaor, the Queen-Mother; mandate to John de Greilly, the sene- 
schal of Gascony, or Master Adam de Norfolk, the constable of 
the castle of Bordeaux, to give immediate seisin to, of the pedage, 
passage, fishery (<' nassis "), and meadow of the vill of Marmande 
granted to her by the King; and of the issues thereof from the 
Feast of the Ascension last past. Pontefract, 1 1th August. 

Alinton (Suff.) ; see Assington. 

Alinton (Suff.) ; ses Comard. 

m. 27d. (C6). Alkington (Glouc.) ; appointment of Robert Fuleonis and Giles de 

Berkeley to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Agnes 
la Wayte against Maurice de Berkeleyc and others, touching a 
tenement in. 

AUithwaite (Lane.) ; $ee Holker. 

m. Id (19). Almain, Henry de, Constance late wife of ; grant to, in compensation 

for the manor of Frodesham and until it come into the King's hands 
(the said manor having been lately granted to her, with the advow> 
son of the chut ch thereof, in part satisfaction of her dower, and 
afterwards committed to David ah Gruffud so that it cannot be 
resumed by the King) of 100/. a year, the said manor having been 
extended at 88/. 19s., and might be worth 100/. by improvements. 
Westminster, 6th June. 

m. 15 (20). The same ; ratification and acceptance of the sale made by Master 
Rej'mund the attorney of, of the custody of the land and heir of 
William de Hoton, deceased, with the maritage of the said heir, 
because the said William held his land of the said Constance by 
knight service in her name, to Master John Clarell. Westminster, 
6th June. 

m. 21 (8). Almaric, Roger de; exemption to, for life, from serving on assises, 
juries, or recognitions. Down Ampney, 1 4th March. 

ni. 3d. (55). Alnesbourne (Stiff.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday and Robert de 

Ludham to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by Roger 
Eschepende against Beatrix Sax, touching land in. 

m. 20 (10). Alresford, presentation, directed to the keeper of the 8piritualitie> 
of the bishopric of Winchester, of Jordan de Mareys (*' de 
Marisco *'), chaplain, to the church of, void by the resignation of 
Master Thomas de Wynton, late rector thereof, and in the KingV 
gift by the voidance of the bishopric of Winchester, which is in the 
King's hand. Bristol, 22nd April. 

:n. 27d. (72). Alresford (Southt.) ; app liutment of Robert Falcoais and Giles de 

Berkeley to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by Everard 
le Ferrur against Martin le Chappmnn, touching a mesuage in. 

Alulueshocton (Kent) ; see Boughton Aluph. 

m. 7d. (32). Alveley (" Aluedeleye*') (Salop); appointment cf Radulph de 

Hengham and Reginald de Legh to take the assise of novel 
disseisin arraigned by Robert le Paumer and Isabel his wife against 
Margery la Russe and John de la Lowe, touching a tenement in. 

ui. 24d. (27). Alvescot (Oxf.); appointment of Robert Fuleonis and Robert Malet 

to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by Alice de la Mare 
against Cecilia de Mu^tegros and others, touching a manor of. 



DEPUTi: KEEPER OF THE PUBLIO BE00BD9. 7 

No. 1. — ^Calendai* of Patent Rolls : 8 Edward 1.— continued, 

m. ISd. (S9). Alwiddby (Line.) ; appointmeat of Nicholas de Scapelton and Elias 

de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseiun arraigned by 
fiichard de Neaton against Alan son of Henry Fitz-Gikel, touch- 
ing a tenement in. 

in. 2 (12). S. Amand, Aimarie de, staying in Enghind by licence; letters of 
attorney to, in favour of Geoffrey de Ingepenne and J^ihn Morannde 
for Ireland. Westminster, 8th November. 

Di. 2 (15). The same ; licence to, to briog to England, the grain which he has 
in Ireland and elsewhere at his pleasure and to trade with it ; and 
mandate in pursuance to the justices and bailiffs in Ireland. 
Westminster, lOth November. 

m. 22d. (26). Amersham (<' Agmondesham ") (Bucks.) ; appointment of Nicholas 

de Stapleton and Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of novel 
disseisin arraigned by Master William, parson of the chnrch of 
Amersham, against Nicholas Gerveys, of Amersham, and Walter le 
Carpenter, of Amersham, touching a tenement in 

m. 18 (72). Amersham (<' Agmodesham '') (Bucks.); appointment of Robert 

Fuloonis and Robert Malet to take ihe assise arraigned by William 
de Lyre against Richard Thurbem and Radulph de la Slon, 
touching a way stopped in. 

m. 18 (44). Amersham (" Agmundesham ") (Herts [? Bucks]) ; appointment 

of John de Lovetot and Roger de Leicester to take the attaint 
arraigned by Isabel late wife of Athelard de Stock' against William 
abbat of Missenden, touching a tenement in. 

m. 16 (18). Ammory, Robert de, going by licence to parts beyond the seas; 

protection to, with clause. Westminster, 2nd June. 

m. 15 (21). Amory, Robert de, going by licence with Edmund Earl of Cornwall 

to parts beyond seas, Tetters of attorney to, in favour of John le 
Hore for England. Westminster, 6th June, 

m. 22d. (2). Ampney (** Amen' ") (Glonc.) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and 

Giles de Berkeley to take the assise of norel disseisin arraigned by 
Geoffrey le Falniere against the abbat of Tewkesbury, touching a 
tenement in. 

m. 23d. (53). Ampney (*' Amen' ") S. Peter (Glouc.) ; appointment of Robert 

Fulconis and Giles de Berkeley to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by the abbat of 8. Peter Gloucester against Walter de 
Chiiteham, touchiog common ot pasture in. 

m. 7d. (49). Ampney, Up (" Upameny ") (Glonc.) ; appointment of Walter de 

Hellun and Giles de Berkeley to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Eufemia de la Mare against William Wyting and 
others, touching a tenemeut in. 

m. 6 (22). Anagnia, Adonulph de, a canon of York; letters oC attorney to, in 
favour of Matthias de Ferentino and Andreas Bartholomei de 
Ferentino for England. York, 18th August. 

m. 9 (10). Andreu, Peter, of Overton ; ratification of a demise made to, by 
Radulph de Sandwich, the King's seneschal, of the manor of Pol- 
hampton for twelve years at a rent of 15/. 10«. a year to the King, 
the King having in'^pecte*! the letters patent of the said Radulph 
made to the said Peter. Seleburn', 10th July. 

m. 9 (11). Concurrent and similar ratification, word for word, to Robert Bukke 
(" Bug^e" in marginal title), of Wymering, touching the manor of 
Wymenng. 

m. 6 (10). AngoulSme (" Angolisma "), Iter de, staying in England in the 
Kug's suite; simple protection to, in Ireland. Pontefract, Uth 
August. 

m. 6 (18). Angonl6me, Iter de,^olerk, staying in the King's suite in England; 
permission to Adam de Wetenhale and Nicholas de Careuiil' at 
his instance to appoint attorneys in his name in ** partibus pre- 
dictis." Pontefract, 11th August. 



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No. L — Calendar of Patent Bolls : 8 Edward I. — continued, 

m. 1 (18). Anste, Radalph de, stajiiig in th« King's suite in West Wales; 
simple protection to. Westminster, 15th November. 

m. I8d. (S4). Anstey (Devon) ; appointment of Walter de Wimbome and Th. de 

S. Vigor to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Richard 
son of Roger de Regny against Roger de Kegny and others, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 5 (25). Appelby, Peter de ; acquittance to, uf 25 marks which Hugh de 
Kendale has acknowledged the receipt of, by the hands of John de 
Lytegreins, sheriff of York, for a house of the King sold to him. 
Scarborough, S7th September. 

m. 9d. (48). Appe.sele (Beds) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis* and Gfeoffrey de 

Leukenore to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Adam 
le Chapman against Simon de Foteseye, touching a tenement in. 

m. 5d. (5). Appleby (Leic.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Slias 
de Bekinghain to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Richard le Pescher against Henry de Appelby and others, touching 
a tenement in. 

m. 16d. (52). Appleby (Line.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias 

de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
the prior of Thomholm against Geoffrey de Nevill and others, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 15d. (20). Appleby (Line.) ; appointment of tame to take a similar assise 

between same, touching common of pasture in. 

Appleby (Line.) ; see Stapleton, Nicholas de. 

m. 18 (7). Appleby (Westmorel.) ; appointment of Greoffiney Aguillon and Alan 
de Walkingham to take the attaint arraigned by William de Qold* 
ington against John son of Thomas de Goldington, touching a 
tenement In. 

m. 6d. (24). Appleby (Westmorel.) ; appointment of Geoffrey Aguillon and 

Alan de Walkin^^ham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by Elena late wife of Thomas de Scalsted and Sibil her daughter 
against Hugh de Multon, touching a tenement in. 

m. 6d. (41). Appleby, commission of gaol delivery for, to Roger de Burton, John 

de Rosegile, Henry de Staneleye, and Alan de Walkingham. 

m. 27d. (88). Appleshaw (Southt.) ; appointment of Robert Fuloonis and William 

de firayboef to take the assise of novel disseisin amigned by 
Philip de Waspre against Eva de Waspre and Nicholas her son, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. I Id. (7). Apse (Surr.) ; appointment of John de Cobham and Roger de Leicester 

to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Gilbert Osbem 
against Gilbert North and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 4 (24). Archy (" Archiaco ")f Fulcand de, and Mabel his wife ; letters of 
attorney to, in favour of Bertrand de Coudreto, clerk. West- 
minster, 27th October. 

m. 18d. (20). Ardeley (•* Erdeleg* '') (Herts) ; appointment of John de Loveto 

and Roger de Leicester to take the assise cf mort dancestor 
arraigned by Gilbert son of Gilbert FitzEdeline against Roger de 
la Legh, touching possessions in. 

m. 22d. (80). Arundel, commission of gaol delivery for, to David de Jarpenvil, 

John de Wanton, John de Aubemon, aod William Mause. 

m. 22d. ^48) Arundel, commission of gaol delivery for, to Luke de Vyenne, Nigel 

de Brok', John Pecche, and Henry de Lyuns. 

m. 18 (17). Ash-near- Windham (Kent); appointment of John de Cobham and 
Roger de Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Gilbert Caluenset against Roger Lacke and others, touching a 
tenement in. 



DEPUTY KEEPER OF THE VVRUO RECORDS. 9 

Ko. I. — Calendar of Patent Rolls : 8 Edward 1,-^contintied, 

m, 4d. (57). Ash-near-Wingham [Kent] ; association of William de Middelton 

with Stephen de Penecestre and John de Cobham to take the 
assise of mort dancestor arraigned by Alice late wife of Walter le 
I'annur against Margaret daughter of Thomas Wyberd, of Sand- 
wich, and Elphege her sou, touching a mesuage and land in. 

Ash-near-Wingham (Kent) ; see Ickham. 

m. 28d. C^I). Ash (Suff.) ; appointment of Thomas de Weyland and John de 

Lovetot to take the jury arrai^rned by Christiana late wife of Peter 
de Fairsted agjiinst Roger de Skerring' and Fina his wife, tonchtng 
a tenement in. 

m, 3d. (55). Asbby (" Askeby "), Little (Line.) ; appointment of Nicholas de 

Stapleton and Elias de Bekingh^m to take the assise of novel 
dittseisin arraigoed by William de Belton ap^uinst Simon de Driby 
and Robert Algrene, touching a tenement in. 

m. 24d. (41). Aahby S. Ledgers (Northt.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton 

and Klias de Hekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Seman de Stok' against William de firewod and 
others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 25d. (64). Ashendon {^ Essedon ") (Bucks) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis 

and Robert Malet to take the a.ssise of novel disseisin arraigned hy 
William Gobye against Walter de Horton and Agnes his wife, 
touching common of pasture in. 

m. 7d. (77). Ashendon (<* As8indon ") (Bucks) ; appointment uf Robert Fulconis 

and Robert Malet to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Philip de Horton against John FitzNigel, senior, and others, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 6d. (96). Ashendon (Bucks) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and Robert 

Malet to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by Thomas 
son of William de Wolaston and Beatrix his wife against John son 
of Nigel de Burstall, touching a mesuage and land in. 

m. 2d. (15). Ashley (Cambr.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday and Robert de 

Ludham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Walter 
Coleman against the prior of the Hospital of S. John of Jerusalem 
in England and others, touching a hedge destroyed in. 

m. 2d« (96). Ashperton (Heref ) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and Giles de 

Berkeley to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Albreda 
de Park against Richard dc Moovton, chaplain, and John de 
Mecching, touching a tenement in. 

Askerswell (Dors.) ; see Bingham Lodres. 

m. 27d. (8). Aslackby (Line.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias 

de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Rannlph de Aslakeby, clerk, against Walter de Drayton and 
Madida his wife, touching a tenement in. 

AspulI-near-Wigan (Lane.) } see Ince. 

Asshein (Northt.) ; ue Hartwell. 

Asshen (Northt.) ; see Hartwell. 

m. 28d* (60). Assington (Suff.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and R. de 

Holebrok' to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Amian 
de la More against Eva la Justice, touching a tenement in. 

m. lOd. (6). Assington (Suff.) ; appointment of John de Lovetot and Eloger de 

Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Amian 
de la More against Eva la Justice and others, touching a tenement 
in. 

Assington (Suff.) ; see Comard. 

ID. 10 C^y Astleg*, Richard de, Henry son of; reversal to, of the outlawrjp^ pub- 
lished against hin-, for the death of Henry de Montagu of which he 
is indicted* Selebum', 5th July. 



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No. 1. — Calendar of Patent Rolls : 8 Edward I. — owttinued, 

nu 18d. (23). Astlej (Salop) ; appointment of Badalph de Hengham and Reginald 

de Legh to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned hj Walter 
Bolding against the abbat of Shrewsbury, touching a tenement in. 

m. lid. (G7). Aston Clinton (Bucks) ; appointment of Robert Falconis and Robert 

Malet to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Ascelina 
lute wife of Nicholas Gernan against Walter Hare and others, 
touching a tenement in. 

in. 20d. (58;. Aston (*' Eston '') Somerville (Glouc.) ; appointment of Robert 

Fulconis and Giles de Berkeley to take the assise of mort dancestor 
arraigned by John de Eston against Thomas Golafre and Joan his 
wife, touching three raesoages and land in. 

m. 21 (7). Athcling (" Athelingii "), the abbey of; assent to the election of 
Andrew de Holywell (" de Sacro Fonte "), a monk of, as abbat of, 
and fiignificamus thereof, to R. bishop of Bath and Wells. Down 
Ampney, 14th March. 

m. SO (6). Atheling (" Alegen' "; ; restitution of temporalities to Andrew de 
Holywell ("de Sacro Fonte")* ^^^ abbat-elect of, his election 
having been confirmed by R[obert] bishop of Bath and Wells, and 
his fealty taken. Bristol, 19th April. 

m. 30 (7). Concurrent mandate in parsuanoe of intendence and respondeilce in 
favour of the said abbat 

Atherfleld (Southt.) ; tee Whitfield. 

Attestan (Kortht.) ; see Adstone. 

m. Sd. (8). Attleborough v^Norf.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday and Robert 
de Ludham to take tho assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Henry 
son of Roger le Clerk against John le Clerk and others, touching 
a tenement in. 

Audeby (Norf ) ; gee Aldeby. 

m. 13 (7). Audeley, William de, Geoffrey de Skeftenton, John de Baskeruile, 
William de Bruera, John Denereos, Roger le Burgyloun, and 
Nicholas Dod, going by licence to Ireland ; protection to, with 
clause : Volumuu. Westminster, 10th June. 

m. yd. (6). Audley ('* Audedelegh "), Horton, and Grotton (Staff.) ; appoint- 
ment of Radulph de Hengham and Reginald de Legh to take the 
assise of novel disseisin armigned by Ela late wife of James de 
Audedelegh against William de Audedelegh and others, touching 
a tenement in. 

m. 18 O^)' Aueynes, John de, and Agnes his wife, staying by licence in parts 
beyond seas ; protection to, with claose, for Ireland. Westminster, 
loth June. 

m. 5 (6). Augerin, William, of Uipon ; mandate of intendence and respondence 
ia favour of, in the taxation of the amercements of the justices of 
C P., he having been appointed to make such taxation by William 
de Brumptou, to whom it was entrusted, but who is unable to find 
time to execute it. Carlisle, 10th September. 

m. lid. (72). Avon Dassett (" Auen Derset") (Warw.) ; appointment of Nicholas 

de Stapleton and Klias de Bekingham to take the assise of novel 
disseisin arraigned by Richard de Shenindon and Elena his wife 
against John de la Bere and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. lid. (73). Avon Dassett (Warw.) ; appointment of same to take a similar assise 

arraigned by Idonea late wife of Ingelram de Derset against the 
said John and others, touching a tenement in. 

Aydon-near-Corbridge (Northoinbr.) ; see Bradford-near-Harnham. 

m. 25d. (46). Avlt-shury, commission of gaol delivery for, to Robert de Oeueqaer, 

Futk de Rucote, Geoffrey de Hoiaund, and John Neirunt. 

m. 19d. (62). Aylesbury, commission of gaol delivery for, to R. de Creueqner, 

Fulk de Ricote, Geoffrey Rolaund, and John Neyrunt. 

m. Ud. (12). Aylesbury, commission of ^aol delivery for, to Robert de Creuequer, 

Fulk de Rucote, John Neireunt, and Geoffrey Rouland. 



DEPUTY KmSPBK OP THE PUBLIC BEOORBS. 11 

No. 1.-— Calendar of Patent Rolls : 8 Edward I. — continued. 

m. dd. (12). Aylesbnry, commimion of fn^ol delivery for, to Robert de Crenequer, 

Peter Loreng, Greoffrey Roland, and John Neyrnnt 

TO. 5d. (83). Aylesbary, c^nm'w^ion of giol delivery for, to Robert de Crenequer, 

Peter Loreng, Henry de Sotebrok', and Geoffrey Rolannd. 

ni. 3d. (73). Ayle!«bary, commission of gaol delivery for, to Robert de Creuequer, 

Peter Loreng, John de Kaynes, and Geoffrey Rolaund. 

t 

m. IS (81). Aylesby. (''Aleiby ") (Line.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stap!eton 

and Elia« de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by James de Burnolby against Stephen de Grimmcsby, 
touching a toft and land in. 

ni. I6d. (13). Aylesford (Kent); appointment of John de Cobham and Roger de 

Leicester to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by Matilda 
de Ailesford against Roger de Sowe and others, touching a me • 
Boage and land in. 

m. I6d. (6S). Ayleaford (Kent) ; appointment of same to take a similar assise 

arraigned by Matilda de Aylesford against Roger de Rowe and 
others, touching a mesuage and land in. 

ro. Sd. (9). Aylestone, Roulowe, Larincingthorp*, and Leicester (Leic.) ; appoint- 
ment of Nicholas de Staplcton and Elias de Bekingham to take a 
similar assise to that in next entry and between the same parties, 
touchini^ three mesuagcs and land in. 

m. 3d. (4). Aylestone, Roulowe, Laringthorp*, and Leicester (Leic.) ; appoint- 
ment of John des Vanx and William de Sabam to take the assise 
of mort dancestor arraigned by William son of William de 
Sadington against Elena late wife of William de Sadington, 
touching three mesuages and land in. 

m. 27 (1). Babbe, Geoffrey, merchant of Cardiff ; protection and safe*conduct to, 

in going to the parts of Ireland with his ships, things, and mer- 
chandise to trade, staying there, and returmng thence. 

ni. 16d. (49). Babraham (** Badburgham ") (Cambr.) ; appointment of Roger 

Loveday and Robert de Ludham to take the* assise of mort 
dancestor arraigned by William de Burgh against Roger de 
Walesham, touching land in. 

ni. V2d. (27). Babraham (Cambr.) ; appointment of same to take a similar assise 

arraigned by the said William against the said Roger and others, 
touching lard «ud rent in. 

m. 4d. (26). Babraham (" Badbargham ") (Cambr.) ; appointment of Roger Love- 
day and Robert de Ludham to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Reginald de Uantbah' against John Hamelyn and 
Thomas Stowe, touching a tenement in. 

Babraham (Cambr.) ; see Sawston. 
Bachekinton (Warw.) ; 8ee Baginton. 

tn. 12d. (75). Bacton (*• Bakenton "; (Suff.); appointment of Roger Loveday and 

Robeit de Ludham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by Godfrey Picard against William bishop of Norwich and others, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 5. (26). Baddesworth, Peter de ; pardon to, for having killed John de Duffeld', 

as it appears that he did so by misadventure. Scarborough, 
27th September. 

tn. 28d. (52). Bsddow (*'Badewe")f Little (Kssex) ; appointment of Thomas de 

Weylaod and John de Love>ot to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Isabel de Busing against John de Quaye and Joan 
his wife, touching a tenement in. 

m. 14d. (SP. Baddow (« Badne"), Little (Essex) ; appointment of Elias de Bek- 

ingham and Roger de Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by John de Caweye and Juan his vife against Nicholas 
le Gras and Thomas Proudfot, touching a tenement in. 



12 APPENDIX TO THE FORTY-NINTH REPORT OF THE 

No. 1. — Calendar of Patent Bolls : 8 Edvirard I. — continued. 

m. 12d. (78). Baddow, Little (Essex) ; appointment of John de Lo^etot and Roger 

de Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by John 
de Coweye and Joan his wife against Nicholas le C^ras and John 
Prudfot, touching a tenement in. 

m. 21 (10). Badelesmere, Gancelin de. Justiciar of Chester, and Master William 

de Louth, clerk ; appointment of, to commit, asuign, and to assef^s 
lands and places in Rothelan to all who desire to reeeiye and hold 
the same from the King, according to the discretion of the said 
Gunceiin and William. Down Ampnej, 14th March. 

m. 14 (14). Badelesniere, Gimoelin de; grant to, of the maritage of John son and 
heir of Robert Lestrange, lately deceased. Westminster, lOth June. 

m. 16d. (S3). Baginton (" Bachekinton ") (Warw.) ; appointment of Nicholas dc 

Stapleton and Elias de Bekingbam to take the assise of novel 
disseisin arraigned by Alexander de Bachekinton against Thomas 
de Edinshoueres and others, touching common of pasture in. 

m. 2d. (8). Baginton (*' Bacbekynton ") (Warw.); appointment of Nicholas de 
Stapleton and Elias de Bekingbam to take the assise of novel 
disseisin arraigned by Alexander de Baohekynton against 'Diomas 
de Edinshoures and others, touching common of pasture in. 

m. 11 (11). Bagod, Robert, formerly constable of Limerick Castle, and sheriff of 
CO. Limerick ; pardon to, of all escapes of hostages and prisoners 
and others delivered to him for bail daring his custody of Uie said 
castle. Odiham, S7th June. 

m. 28d. (53). Baketon, Stephen de; appointment of, in place of William de Heure, 

to make inquisitions in co. Kent, together with Hamo de Gatton 
and Robert le Blund. 

m. 28d. (55). Baketon, Stephen de; association of, with Hamo de Gatton and 

Robert le Blunt, in place of Walter de Heure, to make inqubitions 
in CO. Kent. 

m. 8d. (18). Balking (**Badelking") (Berks); appointment of Robert Fulconis 

and Geoffrey de I^eukenore to take the assise ol novel disseisin 
arraigned by John de Niwebirs a^inst Andrew del Exchequer and 
others, touching a tenement in: 

m. 81d. (85). Ballingdon ("Balidon") (Essex) ; appointment of John de Lovetot 

and Roger de Leicester to take the assise of mort dancestor 
arraigned by Mariota daughter of Henry de Balidon and Agnes his 
wife and Walter Coleman against William Warin and others, 
touching possessions in. 

m. 2 Id. (26). Ballingdon (Essex) ; appointment of same to take the assise uf novel 

disseisin arraigned by the said Mariota against Nicholas le Ram 
and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 18d. (86). BaUingdoo ("Balidon"), Betwebregg', and Bulmer (" Bolemcre ") 

(Essex) ; appointment of John de Lovetot and Roger de Leicester 
to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Merilda daughter 
of Henry de Balidon against Nicholas le Ram and others, touching 
a tenement in. 

m. 4 (20). Balliol, Dervergoill de, staying in Galway ; letters of attorney to, in 
favour of Thomas de Hunsingoure and Thomas de la More for 
England. Westminster, 25th October. 

m. 5 (8). The same; grant to, of acquittance from common summonses of all 
justices next in eyre in all cos. in which she may have lands or 
tenements. Carlisle, lOth September. 

m. 17d. (8). Balsall (" Bellishale ") and Chadwick ('« (^addleswych ") (Warw.) ; 

appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias de Bekingham to 
take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by John le Burguillon, 
parson of the church of Baddesley, against the Master of the 
knights Templars iu England and Mathew de Messinges, touching 
common of pasture in. 



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No. 1. — Calendar of Patent Eolls : 8 Edward l.^-'-eontinued. 

m. ISd. (19). Bamborgb (" Bauburg* ") (Line.) ; appointment of Nicbolan de Sta- 

pleton and Rlias de Beckingbum to take the assiBe of novel dicseiBin 
ami^ed by 6eoffi*ej de Stikenaj and Petrooilla his wife against 
Hngh Manger, toncbing a tenement m. 

m. 87d. (26). Banastre, Bobert, and Rannlpb de Dacre ; appointment of, to inqoire 

as to all trespasses done in tbe forests of Edmund tbe King's brotber 
in CO. Lancaster, and to bear and determine all suits touching tbe 
said trespasses. Winchester, 25tb December. 

m. 23d. (50). Banbury (Oxf.) ; appointment of Robert Fulconift and Robert Malet 

to lake the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Wiliam Herman 
against John Kygold, of Baubnry, touching a tenement in. 

m. 5d. (88). Banbury (Oif.) appointment of Robert Fulconis and Robert Malet 

to take tbe assise of mort dancestor arraigned by Norman de Hay- 
croft against Richard le Caper, touching a mesnage in. 

m. Id. (S3). Bandon (Surr.) ; appointment of John de Cobham and Elias de 

Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Alice 
late ¥nfe of Reginald Loup against Greoffrey le Conpere, touching 
a tenement in. 

m. 19d. (13). Banningham ("Benyngham ") (Norf.) ; appointment of Roger Love- 
day and Robert de Lndham to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Thomas Dnnnyng against Peter Dnnnyng, touching 
a tenement in. 

m 12 (1). Barber, Thomas le, citizen of London; licence to, to sell to John 
de Colecestr*, almoner (" elemosinario ") of Henry III., his house 
in the parish of St. Nicbolas-in-tbe-Sbambles (*' de macell' "), 
London, for the behoof of the Friars Minors of London. West- 
minster, 1 0th June. 

in. 20 (2). Bardeney, conge d'Mire to the sub-prior and convent of, vice Peter 

de Barton, ceded. Gloucester, 10th April. 

m. 80 (23). Bardeney; assent to the election of Robert de Wainflet, a monk of, 

AS abbat of, and significamns thereof to the bishop-^lect of Lin- 
coln. Stapelford, 1st May. 

m. 20 (28). Bardeney, restitution of temporalities to Robert de Wainflet, a 

monk of the abbey of, as abbat-elect of, bis election havmg been 
confirmed by Oliver the bishop-elect of Lincoln, and his fealty 
taken ; and precept of livery to the sheriff of Lincoln and the 
escheator thereof in pursuance. Windsor, 9th May. 

m. 20 (29). Concurrent mandate of intendence and respondence in favour of the 

said Robert to the tenants of the abbey. 

m. I8d. (49). Bardfield (" Berdefeld '*), Great (Essex) ; appointment of John de 

Cobham and Roger de Leicester to take the assise of novel dis- 
seisin arraigned by William son of Simon Phelips against Adam 
(or Ada) de Bedik' and others, touching a tenement in. 

m.^Sd. (18). Bardfield (" Berdefeud")* Great (Essex) ; appointment of Roger 

Loveday and Roger de Leicester to take the assise of novel dis- 
seisin arraigned by Alice late wife of William FitzHugh against 
Gregory de la More and others, touching a tenement in. 

in.*19d. (52). Barkby (Leic.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias de 

Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin, arraign^^ by 
William son of Walter de Queningburg and Cecilia his wife 
against Robert Halyday of Barkby and others, touching a tene- 
ment in. 

jn. 16d. (88). Barking ("Berking") (Essex); appointment of John de Lovetot 

and Roger de Leicester to take the assise of mort dancestor 
arraigned by Gilbert Stace against Henry de Dunwich, touching 
two mesnages in. 

jn. 1 6d. (45). Barking (Essex) ; appointment of Roger de Leicester and Robert de 

Lndham to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by James 
son of Stephen de Berking against the abbess of Barking, touchisg 
possessions in. 



14 APPlSmiX TO THE FOKTY-NWTH BBPORT OF THE 

No. L— Cal^dar ofF^teirt Bolls : 8 Edward L^eintniued. 

m. Sd. 0^)- Baiitbg {** Becking") (Essex); appointment of John de LovY;t6lt 

and fioger de Leicester to tak« tbe assise of novel disseisin 
amugned bjr Radulph de Massebery and Aliee hie wife against 
John Gumay, touching a tenement in. 

m. 4d« (14). Barley C Berla**) (Hetts); appointment of John de Loretot and 

Iloger de Leicester to take the assise of noyel disseisin arraigned 
by William le Clerk against the abbat of Colchestsr and Master 
John de Hatfeld, touching a tenement in. 

m. dd. (Id). Bamardiston (Suff.) ; appointment of Hoger Loveday and Bobert 
dc Ludhara to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by 
Roger son of Walter de Clare against Henry son of Richard de 
Bernardiston, touching a mesoagf and land in. ' 

m. 3d. (59). Barnstaple (Devon); appointment of Walter do Wimbome and 

Thomas de S. Vigor to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by William de Bibiscum' against Gknnemin Produm'me and otners, 
touching a tenement in. 

Barr, Great (Staff.) ; see Rushall. 

•m. 2d.(56). Barrow (Leic.) ; appointment of Radulph de Hengham <and Henfy 

de Sheldon to take the attaint arraigned by Adam (or Ada) Alfon' 
anid Thomas de Barewe against Richard de Abindon, touching a 
tenement in. 

m. 19d. (1^). Barrow-an-Soar ("Barwe Upcsore ") (Leic) } appointment ' K>f 

Nichohu de Stapleton and Eliaa de Bekingbam to take the assise 
of novel disseisin arraigned by Richard de Abbendon against 
Thomas le Hamekere and Adam (or Ada) Alphon, touchmg a 
tenement in. 

m. 5d. (SS). Barrow near Barton-on-Uumber (Line.) ; appointment of Nicholas 

de Stapleton and Eliafi de Bekingbam to take the assise of mort 
dancestor arraigned by Walter le Mazun against Fulk de Bath 
and Henry son of Peter le Provost, touching a mesuage and land in. 

m. 3d. (52). Barrowden (" Berweden '*) (Rutl.) ; appointment of Nicholas de 

Stapleton and Slias de Bekingbam to* take th« issise 'bf'&oti^l 
disseisin arraigned by Peter de Wakerfe against' Walter le Bscot 

and othef 8, touiehiBg a tenement in: ' ^ 

• < 

m. 3d. (68). Biarrowden (*< Berudon ") (Rutl.) ; appointment of KichoUs de Suple* 

ton and Klias de Bekinffham to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Ranulph Peverel against Simon le Keu and' others, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 11 (15). Barry, Joan de; simple protection to. 

m. I9d. (72). Barton (Lane.) ; appointment of R^ AguiUon and Alan de Walking- 
ham to take the assise of novel disseisiu arraigned by John de 
Bromhorst against Robert de Greley and Thomas de Holm, touching 
common of pasture in. 

m. 19d. (79). Barton (Lane.) ; appointment of same to take a similar assise 

arraigned by John de Bromherst against €^eoffrey le Bynm and 
the abbat of Stanlow, touching common of pasture in. 

m. 5d. (27). Barton (Line.) ; t4>pointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Slias de 

Bekingbam to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Gilbert 
son of Robert Andrew agAint Matilda late wife of Richard Adynot, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 27d. (2). Barton-on-Humber (Unc.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stuplelon 

and Elias de Bekingbam to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Peter de Saunton against Gilbert de Gaunt and others, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 16d. (48). Barton-on-Humber (Line.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton 

and Elias de Bekingbam to take the assise of mort dancestor 
arraigned by Jocean le Scrop' against Gilbert de Gaunt, touching 
the third part of a mesoage and Uuid in. 



BEPUTT mSEPKR OF THE PUBLIC EECOBD9. 15 

No. l.-i-Calendar of Patent 'Rolls : S Edward I. — continued. 

m.'5^. (4d>). Bftrton-on-Humber (Unc); appointment of Nicliolas de Sta)>letou 

and Elias de Bekinghnn to take the asaise of novel dieseisiu 
arraigned by Mai«ter William de Hedon against Gilbert de Gaunt 
and others, toueh*ng a tenement in. 

m^9d. (!TQ>y, Bactoo-on-Hnmber <Xinc.)» appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton 

and Elias de Bekinghum to take the assise of novel dis^ei^^in 
arraigned bj William Golt, ohaplain, against Laarence Hundeibt 
and others, tonohing a tenement in. 

m. 19d. (75). Barton, EarlV, near Great Doddington (Northt.) ; appointment of 

Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias de Bekingfaam to take the assise of 
^' "* novel disseisin arraigned by Robert Rote against Roger FitzRichard, 

tonching a tenement in. 

m. 22d.(47). Barton C*Berton") (SufiT.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday and 
< *' Robert de Lndham'to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigiiid 

by John son of John le Palefreup against John Lucas and Margaret 
daughter of Alice de Berton, tonching land in. 

m. 14d. (12). Barton (Westmorel.) ) appointment of John de Beigate and Master 

Thomas de Sodington to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned 

by Walter de Facumberg' and Agues his wife, Manneduke de 

' Twen^ and' Lucy his wife, Margaret late wife of Ebbert de Ros, 

Sibyl danghtcT of John de B^Uewe and Joan her sister, and William 
son of Walter de I^yndeseye against Roger de Lancastr*, tonching 
poasef sions in. i 

m; IM. (53 )« Bterton (Westmorel.); b^pointment of John de Rcigate ah«f Ma^t^f 

Thomas de Sodington to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned 
by teafmadiike de Tweng* and Lucy his wife, Margaret late wife of 
., , , Robert de Ros, Walter son of Walter de Facunberg', Sibil daughter 

. of John de Belewe, and Joan her sister, and William son of Walter de' 
Lindes' against Roger de Lancaster of Barton, touching possessions 
in. 

m. 21d. (36). Basford (" Besford ") (Salop) ; appointment of Radulph de Heng- 
' - ham and Reginald de Legh to take the assise of nordl disseisin 
" ■ arrai^ed by Ive de 9ulton against Henry de Ertfynton and others, 

tonchmg a tenement in. 

09. 7d. (80). . Basford (Salop) ; appointment of Radulph de Hen^ham and Reginald 
' de Legb to take the jury arraigned by Roger Pnde against Ive sobf 
of Eve de Sulton, toudiing a tenement in. 

m. 6d.> (d»). Bassentbwaite (^ Bastentheyt "> (Cumbr.) ; appointment of Geoffrey 

Aguillon and Alan de Walkingham to take the assise of novel 
disseisin arraigned by Peter de Deneourt against Isabella -d<!^' 
Fortibns, Countess of Albemarle, and others, touching common of 
' pasture in. 

XD. 6d. (75). Bassenthwaite ('* Bastenthwayt ") (Cumbr.) ; ap'pointment of same 

to take a similar assise arraigned by Peter Dayiicurt against the^ 
said Isabella and others, touchmg common of pasture in. 

abM..(76). Bassenthwaite (Cumbr.) ; appointment of same to take a simila)^ 

asaiee arraigned by Thomas de Malton and Beatrix his wife 
against the said Isabella and others, touching common of pasture 
in. 

0, % (9). Basset, Richard, of Weldon ; licence to, in pursuance of an inciUisi^i- 
tion a.q.d. taken by Richard de Holebrok', the King's seneschal, to 
till his wiaate in Weldon, in the forest of Rokingluun, and to hold 
it in fee-simple. Westminster, 8th November. 

.BBw'^tf (^}* Bath and Wells, Robert Bnmell, bishop of; testification to a efaaM^r 

of, granting to Otto de Grandison in tail general, with reversion, 
in default of issue, to the said Robert, the manor of Shenea 
and meadow land which he had bought of Robert de Valletort, 
t and grant that, in such defauU, the premises shall revert to the 

said Robert without claim or hindrance from the Crown. Win- 
cheater, 6th January. 



16 APPENDIX TO THE KORTY-NlJ<Tll RKPORT OK THE 

No. 1. — Calendar of Patent Bolls : 8 Edward I. — continued, 

m. 26 (i)' The same ; licence to, to enlarge a park (made bj him in punuanee 
of a charter of Ueorjr III., when the said Robert was " familiariff 
clericus " of Bdward I«» out of his woods of Cambe, in the fee of 
Actoo Pjrcod and Acton Boraell) by the addition of sixty acres of 
his ground and woods there, adjoining the said park, and to hold 
th«'m in fee-simple without hindrance by the Crown or its ministers. 
Winchester, 6th January. 

m. 28 (25). Bath and Wells, R{obert] bishop of, the chancellor : memorandum 
that he retired oom the court to his bishoprir. on the 8rd of 
March. 

m. 18d. (78). Bathley (Notts) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias de 

Bekingham ti) take the assise arraigned by the abbat of La Dale 
against Henry le Serjaunt, touching a watercourse direrted in. 

m. 83 (7). Baud, Robert le, sheriff of Northampton, Robert Fitz-Henry, mayor 
of Northampton, and John le Clerk, burgess of the vill of North- 
ampton ; dedimns potestatem to, to sell the Kind's honses which 
have escheated to him in the said vill by the for^itnre of Jews of 
the same who hare been hanged, or have refused the rer^ct of a 
JU17. Lindhnrst, 20th Jnnnary. 

m. 4d. (60). Ba worth (Devon) ; appointment of Walter de Wimbome and Thomas 

de S. Vigor to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Radulph Sloyon against William de Alreford, touching a tenement 
in. 

m. 83d. (7). Bawsey (Norf.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday and Robert de 

Xudbam to take the assise of darrein presentment arraigned by the 
prior of Eye against John de Bouill, touching the church of. 

m. 22d. (41). Baylham ("Beilham'*) (Suff.) ; appointment of Thomas de Wey- 

land and John de Lovetot to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Giles son of Geoffrey Hne against William son of 
Geo&ey Hue and others, tonohiug a tenement in. 

m. 13d. (61). Baylham (Snff.) ; appointment of John de Lovetot and Robert de 

Ladham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Giles 
son of (reoffrey Huge against William eon of Geofi&y Huge and 
others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 7d. (69). Baylham (" Beylham ") and Blakenham-on-water (Snff.) ; appoint- 
ment of John de Lovetot and Roger de f/eicester to take the assise 
of novel disseisin arraigned by Giles son of Greoffrey Hue against 
William son of Geoffrey Hue and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 20d. (68). Beachampton (Bucks) ; appointment of Robert Fuloonis and Robert 

Malet to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Robert de 
Bray against William de Bechampton, touching common of pasture 
in. 

m. 18d. (6). Beachampton (Bucks) ; appointment of same to take a similar assise 

between same, touching a tenement in. 

m. Id. (64). Beaconsfield (Bucks) j appointment of Geoffrey de Picheford vad 

Walter de Aumundesham to take the assise arraigned by Masrer 
Walter de la Mare against Henry de Borsterode and Roger Scot, 
touching a fosse destroyed in. 

m. 14d. (10). Beadnell (" Bedenhal* ") ( Northumbr.) ; appointment of Geoffrey 

Agiiillun and Alan de Walkingham to take the assise of novel dis- 
seisin arraigned by Emma late wife of Adam de Bedenhal* against 
Henry de S. Paul, touching a tenement in. 

m, 14d. (87). Beadnell (Northumbr.) ; appointment of Geoffrey AguiUon and Alan 

de Walkingham to take the assise arraigned by Emma late wife of 
Adam de Badenhal' against Margery late wife of Leger de Bam- 
burg*, touching a way stopped in. 

m. 4 (9). Beaulieu, the abbey of; simple protection to. Rokingham, Uth 
October. 



DEPUTY KEEPER OP THE PUBLIC REOOBDS. 17 

No. 1. — Calendar of Patent Rolls : 8 Edward I. — continued, 

m. 24 (26). Beaavais, Philip de, son of Master Simon de Beaavais, the King's 

sargeon ; grant to, of SCO marks, being a fine made with the King 
by Grimbaid Pauncefot for the maritage of the heir of Henry de 
Penebmgg', deceaaed« L'ndhurst, SOth January. 

[Crossed out. In the margin of roll are the words : — " Yacat 
" quia restituta est littera et soluta est pecunia eidem Philippo per 
" breve de Liberate."] 

m. 3 (92). Beanvais (" Belnaco "), Philip de, son of Master Simon de Beauyals, 

the King's surgeon ; acknowledgment of a debt to, of 100 marks 
for s like sum which is in arrear to him oat <if 200 marks, granted 
to him by the King, being the fine paid to the King by Grimbaid 
Pauncefot for the maritage of the heir of Henry de Penebmgg*, 
deceased. Westminster, 14 November. 

m. 28 (1). Bec*Heriewin; admission of Robert de JLiCon, procurator -general of 
the abbat and convent of, in England, as their attorney In England. 
Lindhurst, 20 January. 

m. 8d. (58). Beckingham (Notts.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and 

Thomas Folejamb to take the certification arraigned by Thomas de 
Lanum against Thomas FitzRoald, touching a tenement in. 

m. 25d. (47). Becknell (" BekenhuU"), Church (Warw.) ; appointment of Nicholas 

de Stapleton and Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of mort 
dancestor arraigned by John son of Richard de Bradewell against 
Walter FitzRichard and Gundreda late wife of Richard de Brade- 
well, touching a mesuage and land in. 

m. 27d. (36). Beddington (Surr.) ; appointment of John de Cobham and Elias de 

Bekingham to take the jury arraigned by Radulph Bulger, William 
de la Legh, and Sibil his wife against Christiana de Kcnle, touching 
a tenement in. 

m. 23d. (13). Bedford, commission of gaol delivery for, to Robert de Creuequer, 

Fulk de Rucote, 6eo€Brey Roland, and John de Neyrunt. 

m. 9d. (11). Bedford, commission of gaol delivery for, to Robert de Crenequer, 

Peter Loreng, Geoffrey Roland, and John Neyrunt. 

m. 4d. (9). Bedford, commission of gaol delivery for, to Robert de Crenequer, 

Peter Loreng, John de Kaynes, and Geoffrey Rolauud. 

m. 8d. (2). Bedford, commission of gaol delivery for, to Robert de Creuequer, 

Peter Loreng, Gedfrey Rolaund, aud John Neyrunt. 

Beelsby (Line). ; see Toft. 

m. 16d. (75). Beeston (" Beston **) (Norf.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday and 

Robert de Lndham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Clarice daughter of Thomas de Ty teshaV against Nicholas de Stok', 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 14d. (22). Beetley ("Betele") (Norf.); appointment of Roger Loveday and 

Robert de Ludham to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned 
by Robert Ouersfeld' against Simon Ouersfeld* and John Fraunceis, 
touching land in. 

m. 24d. (46). Begbroke (« Beckebrok' ") (Oxf.) ; appointment of Radulph de 

Hengham and Robert Malet to take the jury arraigned by Geoffrey 
de Hengsteseyo against Gilbert son of Walter de Cruxeford and 
John his brother, touching a tenement In. 

Beilham (Suff.) ; see Baylham. 

m* 19d. (8). Bek', John, and William de Wilegheby ; appointment of, to hear and 

determine the alleged trespass of Peter Galle and others, in making 
an attack upon William le Warde of Skidbrook at Skidbrook 

[line.]. 

m« 15d. (85). Bek', John; appointment of, to inquire as to the allegation of 

TheodaJd Reiner, merchant of Florence of the company of the 
Circuli, that whereas one Thaldus Lumbardi, lately staying at 
Stamford [Line] in the house of John le Flemmeng, bought and 
took out of the kingdom for sale, contrary to the King's inhibition, 
certain plates of fused silver irhich was ordered to be assigned to 

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18 APPBin>IX TO THE FORTY-NINTH REPORT OF THE 

No. 1.-— Calendar of Patent Bolls : 8 Edward l.-^-coniinued. 

the new coinage, and committed similar offences there and else- 
where; Stephen de Penecestre, Walter de Heliun, and their 
colleagnes, who were appointed to inquire as to clipping of the 
coinage, imputing the said trespass to the said Theodald Remer on 
account of the identity of name, molested the partners of the said 
Theodald Reiner, he being lately out of the kingdom. Westminster, 
5th June, 
m. 18d. (28). Bek', John, and Alexander de Kirketon ; appointment of, to inquire 

into, hear, and determine the attack made at Lekebum' by certain 
evildoers unknown, on William de Hasting*, John Hachet, and 
John de Stapelford. Odibam, 26th June. 

m, S (4). Bek*, John; acquittance to, of 28/. 145, 6d. paid to Peter de Staney, 
out of the issues of the manor of Rasene, which is in the custody 
of the said Peter by commisimus for a like sum assigned to him. 
Westminster, 7th NoTember. 

m. Id. (18). Bek*, John ; appointment of, to hear and determine the plaints of 

William de Mondegy and John Cabot, merchants, touching certain 
debts. Westminster, 10th November. 

m. Id. (64). Bek', John ; appointment of, to make, together with the sheriff of 

CO. Lincoln and others, an inquisition a.q.d. as to a proposed 
diversion of the water of Freskeney to the vill of Grimsby so as to 
open the port of Grimsby which is blocked with sand and earth. 

m. 14d. (49). Bckewereweston (Dors ) ; appointment of Solomon de Rochester and 

Walter de Braiboef to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by Alice Nycet against Adam (or Ada) Nycet and others, touching 
a tenement in. 
m. 27 (9). Belle, Robert ; testamur that certain " ribalds " in the King's army in 
Wales in 5 Edward I. cut off the nose of, in a quarrel. Westminster, 
26th December. 
Bellishale (Warw.) ; $ee Balsall. 

m. S7 (25). Behnont, Godfrey de, going by licence to [the shrine of] S. James 

[of Gompostella] ; protection to, with clause : Volumus, 

m. 15d. (60). Belton (Leic.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias de 

Bekingham to tfUte the assise arraigned by the prioress of Gracedieu 
affainst Alan de Threngeston and others, touching a watercourse 
diverted in. 

m. 25d. (14). Belton and Uppingham (RutL) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton 

and Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of mort dancestor 
arraigned by Nicholas de Bruigehurst, Emma his wife, John de 
Boyvill and Isabel his wife against Hugh de Noting* and others, 
touching three mesuages and land in. 

m. 20 (27). Benefeld', Thomas de ; safe-conduct to, in bringing the King's wines 

to Oxford. Odyham, 6th May. 

m. 24d. (14). Bensington (Oxf.) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and Robert 

Malet to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Thomas de 
Newenton against Richard Maymund and Richard de Rymundham, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 2d. (4). Bensiufifton (Oxf.) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and Robert 
Malet to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Thomas le 
Kripse against William Mounsorel and Hugh son of Richard Fits- 
Reginald, touching a tenement in. 

m. 15d. (9). Bentley, Little (Essex) ; appointment of John de Lovetot and Roger 

de Leicester, to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Henry de Childerley and Elicia his wife against Roger de Dikelegh 
and others, touching a tenement in. 

Benyngham (Norf.) ; see Banningham. 

m. 8d. (41). Beoley ("Beley") (Wore); appointment of Robert Fulconis and 

Giles de Berkeley to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Elias de Horsleye against Elias del Wode, touching a tenement in. 

Berdefeld (Essex) ; see Bardfield. 



DEPUTY KEEPER OP THE PUBLIC RECORDS. 19 

No. 1. — Calendar of Patent Bolls : 8 Edward 1.— continued. 

jsu S8d. (89). Berden (Essex) ; appointment of Thomas de Weyland and John de 

LoTetot to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned hy Richard 
son of Richard le Parker against Margery late wife of Guy de 
Rocheford and others, touching common of pasture in. 

m. lid. (75). Berden (Essex) ; appointment of John de Loretot and Roger de 

Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned hy Hugli le 
Mouner and Emma his wife and Eugenia daughter of Hugh 
Walram against Eustace JB'itzWalrand and others, touching a 
tenement in. 

m. 14 (10). Berewik', John de ; subrogation of, vice Robert de Leicester, to the 
keepership of the rolls and writs in the iter of the justices itinerant 
in CO. Somerset (*' Com' Dors' " in marginal title), the said Robert 
having been removed i^om that office ; mandate of intendence in 
pursuance. Westminster, 8th June. 

m. 1 (4). Berewyk', John de ; commisimus to, during pleasure, of the custody 
of the writs and rolls of the iter of Solomon de Rochester and hia 
colleagues, justices in eyre for co. Southampton, and in other 
eyres about to be made by them. Westminster, 15th November. 

m. 28d. (43). Berkeley (Glouc.) ; appointment of Robert Fnlconis and Giles [de] 

Berkeley to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Robert 
Coby against Maurice de Berkeley and others, touching a tenement 
in. 

m. Id. (57). Berkeley (Glouc.) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and Giles de 

Berkeley to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Roger 
Coby against Maurice de Berkeley, touching a tenement in. 

m. 28d. (31). Berkhampstead ('* Berchamsted ") [Herts] ; association of John de 

Lovetot with R^ger de Leicester to take the assise of mort dan- 
oestor arraigned Dy Alice Bat, John le Ferur and Matilda his wife 
against Ric^ird Leggegod, touching land in. 

m. lOd. (36). Berkhampstead, commission of gaol delivery for, to William de Aete, 

Hugh de Brok', Adam Aynel, and William le Enueyse. 

m. 4d. (37). Berkhampstead, commission of gaol delivery for, to William de Aete, 

Laurence de Plumberewe, William de Lodewik', and John le 
Breton. 

Berking (Essex) ; see Barking. 

m. 8d. (S5). Berleston (Staff.) ; appointment of Radulph de Hengham and 

Reginald de Legh to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned 
by Hugh Corbet against John FitzPhilip, touching a mesuage and 
land in. 

Beriingham (Wore.) ; tee Birlingham. 

Bemardesl' (Southt.) ; see Whitfield. 

m. 5d. (14). Bemeston (Leic.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias 

de Bekiugham to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by 
John le Butiler against Robert Saleman, touching a mesuage and 
land in. 

m. Id. (82). Bemey (Surr.) $ appointment of John de Cobham and Elias de 

Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Oliva 
de Nauestok' and Dulcia her daughter against Raduph Aungun 
and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 17d« (37). Berrow-near-Redmarley (Wore.) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis 

and Giles de Berkeley to take ^e assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by William son of William de Saumareis against Robert le 
Somenur and Stephen son of Richard de la Chirche, touching a 
tenement in. 

m. 21d« (33). Berton-snbtus-Limam (Salop) ; appointment of Radulph de Hengham 

and Reginald de Legh to take the assise of novel disseisin ar- 
raigned by William Skermisur against the abbat of Shrewsbury 
and Thomas son of John de Drayton, touching a tenement in. 

Berudon (Rutl.) ; see Barrowden. 

Bedford (Salop) ; see Basford. 

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20 APPENDIX TO THE FORTY-NINTH BEPORT OF THE 

No. 1. — Calendar of Patent Rolls : 8 Edward I. — continued^ 

m. 16d. (5). Beston (Cambr.); appointment of Roger Loveday and Robert de 

Ladham to take the assise of norel disseisin arraigned by Badulph 
de Leche against William de Fransham and others, toaehing 
common of pasture in. 

Betwebregg' (Essex) ; see Ballingdon. 

m. 24 (9). Beuillar', John de ; grant to, of the custody of the lands and tene- 
ments late of Henry de Penebnigg', daring the minority of the 
heirs of the said Henry. Winchester, 7 th January. 

m. 24 (10). Concurrent mandate to the sheriff of Salop to delirer to William 
Bumell, bearer of " these presents, " the custody aforesaid to the 
behoof of the aforesaid John. 

m. 24 (1 1). Concurrent mandate of intendence in pursuance to the tenants of the 
inheritance of the aforesaid Henry. 

m. 24d. (88). Beyerley, commission of gaol delivery for, to Gieoffrey Aguillon, John 

de Melsa, Simon Ic Concstable, and William de Hasthorp. 

m. 5d. (7). Bevin^on (Warw.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias 
de Bekingham to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by 
Richard de Beuinton against the abbat of Bordesley, touching 
land in. 

m. 6d. (87). Bewcastle (Bothecastr' '0 (Cumbr.) ; appointment of Geoftrey 

Aguillon and Alan de Walkingham to take the assise of mort 
dancestor arraigned by Jul[iana] daughter of Adam Cor Ada) de 
Bothecastr*, and Eufemia sister of the said Juliana, Robert Pita- 
Hugh, and Helewise his wife against Radulph Fitz Adam (or Ada), 
touching a mesusge and land in. 

m. 22 (80). Bezill, John ; mandate to the tenants of the manor of Great Sherstan 
of intendence in favour of, in pursuance of the commisimus to him 
for life of the said nuinor. Down Ampney, 6th March. 

m. 21 (3). Bezill, John ; grant by the King and the Quei'n-Consort to, for life, 
of the manor of Great Sherstan, with the adyowt»on of the church 
&c.y with reversion to the Crown. Down Ampney, 8th March. 

m. 16d. (8). Bicker (Lino.); appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias de 
Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Roger 
de Huntingfeud agiinst John FitzOsbert and others, touching a 
tenement in. 

m. 12d. (62). Bicker (Line.) ; appointment of same to take a similar assise arraigned 

by Agnes late wife of Gerard de Bickyr against John FitzGerard 
and Alexander his brother, touching a tenement in. 

m, 2d. (46). Bickerton (York) ; appointment of John de Rcigate and Geoffrey 

Aguillon to take the attaint arraigned by Henry de Normanton 
against Andrew de Graraary, touching a tenement in. 

m. 24d. (89). Bicknoller ("Bikenar") and Quantoxhead (" Cantokesheued ") 

(Somers.) ; appointment of Walter de Wimbome and Thotnas do 
S. Vigor to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Richard 
Wyndesor' against Philip de Cantilupe, touching a tenement in. 

m. 27d. (27). Bidborough (<< Bittebergh ") (Kent); appointment of John de 

Cobham and Roger de Leicester to take the jury arraigned by 
Roger de Stouill, parson of the church of Bidborough, against 
Richard le Mareschal and Richard de Blakebrok*, touching a 
tenement in. 

m. 28d. (8). Bideford (Devon) ; appointment of Walter de Wimb(*m« and 

Thomas de S. Vigor to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned 
by Richard FitzSperancia against Philip le Despenser, touching 
possessions in. 

m. 8d. (5.'^). Billing, Great (Northt.) ; appointment of John de Lovetot and Elias 

de Bekingham to take the jury arraigned by Jul[iana] late wife 
of Roger de Wanton against Robert Barry, touching land in. 



DEPUTY KEEPER OP THE PUBLIC KEGOBDS. 21 

No. 1. — Calendar of Patent Rolls : 8 Edward I. — coruinued. 

m. S7d. (54). Billing, Little (Northt.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and 

Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned 
bj William son of William Baran, of Norton, against John son of 
Walter de Boketon, touching a mesuage and land in. 

m. 16d. (31). Billing, Little (Northt.); appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and 

Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned 
bj William son of William Barun against John son of Walter de 
Boketon, touching a mesuage and land in. 

m. 9d. (33). BiUing, Little (Northt.) ; appointment of same to take a andlar 

assise between same, touching a mesuage and land in. 

m. 9d. (66). Billing, Little (Northt.) ; appointment of same to take a similar asbiae 

arraigned by William son of William Baron against the said John, 
touching a mesuage and land in. 

m. lOd. (1). Billinghay (Line.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias 

de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
John son of Alan Attetouneshend against Ive son of John de 
Billingay, touching a tenement in. Laiigley, I7th July. 

m. 2d. (50). Billingshurst (Suss.) ; appointment of John de Cobham and Boger 

de Leicester to take the assise of noTcl disseisin arraigned by Henry 
le Hunte against Henry de Guldeford and others, touching a 
tenement in. 

m. 1 0d« (44). Bingham Lodres, Eggardon (" Ekerdon ")> And Askerswell (<* Oker- 

eswell ") (Dors.) ; appointment of Walter de Wimbome and 
Thomas de S. Vigor to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned 
by William son of Robert de Bingham Lodres against Richard de 
Bingham Lodres, touching possessions in. 

Birchanger (Essex) ; see Newport. 

Birchanger (Essex) ; $ee Weudon. 

m. 2 Id. (43). Birlingham (" Berlingham ") (Wore.) ; appointment of BoBert 

Fulconis and Giles de Berkeley to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraiffned by Margery late wife of Robert Tribel against Petronilla 
daughter of Walter le Charpenter and others, touching a tene- 
ment in. 

ID. 13d. (56). Birmingham (Warw.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and 

Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by Richard de Stodleye against Richard Tycico, of Birmin^iam 
(** Buringham "), tonching a tenement in. 

m. lid. (14). Birtley (Northumbr.) ; appointment of Geoffrey Aguillon and Alan 

de Walkingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Richard son of Richaid de Boceland against Gilbert de Umfray- 
vill, touching common of pasture in. 

an. 19 (17). Biset, John ; simple protection to, in Ireland. Westminster, 17th 

May. 

xn. lOd. (33). Bishopsbonme (Kent) ; appointment of John de Cobham and Boger 

de Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Nicholas de Bnrne against William de Bume and others^ touching 
a tenement in. 

Bisseye (Herts); s«e Bushey. 

0. 18d. (29). Bixley (<* Biskeley ") (Norf.) ; appointment of Roger Loyeday 

and Robert de Ludham to take the assise of mort dancestor 
arraigned by Richard de Biskele against Seman Wrinol and others, 
touching a mesuage and land in. 

m. 24 (20). Blakeham, Benedict de, gone by licence to parts beyond seas, on the 

affiurs of the Queen-Mother, protection to, with clause. Lind- 
hurst, 20th January. 

jn. I4d. (53). Blakemere (Herts); appointment of John de Lovetot and R^ger de 

Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Odo de 
Peletot against John de Blakemere and others, touching common 
of pasture in. 



22 APPENDIX TO THE PORTY-NINTH EBPOBT OP THE 

No. 1. — Calendar of Patent Rolls : 8 Edward I. — continued, 

m. 24d. (52). Blakemoreshal' (Glooc.) ; appointment of Robert FolconiB and Giles 

de Berkeley to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by 
Walter de la Pirje and Alice his wife against Richard FitzBeginald, 
toaching land in. 

n. 24d. (53). Blakemoreshal* (Glonc.) ; appointment of same to take the assise of 

novel disseisin between same, touching a tenement in. 

Blakenham-on-Water (Suff.) ; see Baylham. 

m. lid. (48). Blankney (Line.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias 

de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Margaret late wife of John de Blaunken' against Edmund de 
Eyncourt, touching a tenement in. 

m. 7d. (83). Blencow-in-Greystock (*< Blenkou in Craistok*") (Cumbr.) ; ap- 
pointment of Geoffrey Aguillon and Alan de Walkingham to take 
the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by Thomas son of Ive de 
Seton against Radulph de la Chambre and Agnes his wife, touching 
land in. 

ID. 6d. (7). Blindcrake (" Blencraik' ") (Cumbr.) ; appointment of Geofrey 

Aguillon and Alan de Walkingham to take the assise of mort 
dancestor arrai^ed by Radulph le Cbarpenter against Herbert de 
Muleton, touching a mesuage and land in. 

m. 6d. (25). Blindcrake ('* Blan Crayk' '*) (Cumbr.) ; appointment of same to 

take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Godeva de Plum- 
land against John de Crokedaik', touching a tenement in. 

m. 18d. (48). Bloxworth (Dors.) ; appointment of Walter de Wimbome and 

Thomas de S. Vigor to take the assise of novel disseisin ar- 
raigned by the abbat of Ceme against Cecilia de Clauill' and 
others, touching a tenement in. 

m. iTd. (15). Blunham (Beds) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and Robert Malet 

to take the assise of novel disseisin arrai^ed by William de 
Gersing' against Matilda de Gersing* and ouers, touching a tene- 
ment in. 

m. 18d. (32). Blyton ('' Bliton ") (Line.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton 

and Elias de Bekinghiun to take the jury arraigned by William 
Arkel against William son of Radulph de Blyton and others, 
touching common of pasture in. 

Bocton Munchenesy (Kent) ; see Boughton Monchelsea. 

m. dd. (60). Bodeketon (Suss.) ; appointment of John de Cobham and Roger 

de Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Alice de Grely against William de Bodeketon and others, touching 
a tenement in. 

m. 24d. (47). Boghirst (Wilts) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and William de 

Bravboef to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by William 
de la Beche against Geoffrey de Bochirst, touching a tenement 
in. 

m. 16d. (51). Boghton and Freston (Suff.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday and 

Robert de Ludham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
William son of William Bulloc, junior, against William Bulloc, 
senior, and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 22 (27). Bois, Richard du ; comnusimus to, of the custody of the castle of 
Corfe, during pleasure ; and mandate to the tenants thereof of 
intendence in his favour, as constable of the said castle. Down 
Ampney, 4th March. 

m. 22 (28). Concurrent mandate of livery, in pursuance, to John de Cormallles. 

Boketon (Northt.) ; see Boughton. 

m. 6d. (48). Bolam ('' Bolum ") (Northumbr.) ; appointment of Geoffrey A^Uon 

and Alan de Walkingham to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by William son of Richard de Croxton against Thomas 
de Bekering and Adam le Butiller, touching a tenement in. 



DEPUTT KEEFEB OF THE PUBLIC BEGOBDS* 23 

No. 1. — Calendar of Patent Rolls : 8 Edward I. — continued. 
Bolebrok' (Suss.) ; see Worth. 
Bolewyk' (Northt.) ; see Bolwick. 

m. 16d. (55). Bolingbroke ('' Bulingbrok' ") (Line.) ; appointment of Nicholas de 

Stapleton andElias de Bekingham to take the assise of novel dis- 
seisin airaigned by Adam son of John le Warener against Eustace 
son of Richard de Langeton, touching a tenement in. 

m. 82d (18). Bolton (Cumbr.) ; appointment of Robert de Neyill and Alan de 

Walkingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Bernard son of Radulph de Bolton against Robert de l^ulcastre, 
touching conmion of pasture in. 

m. 22d. (19). Bolton (Combr.) ; appointment of same to take a similar assise 

arraigned by Robert Beghok' against Robert de Mulcastr*, touching 
common of pasture in. 

m. 17d. (35) » BoIton-le-Moors (" Boulton super les mores '') (Lane.) ; appointment 

of Geoffirey Agnillon and Alan de Walkingham to take the assise 
of novel disseisin arraigned by Roger son of Richard de Wiresdale 
against Richard de Hilton, touching a tenement in. 

m. 17d. (86). Bolton-le-Moors (Lane.) ; appointment of same to take a similar 

assise between same, touching a tenement in. 

HL 7d. (86). Bootle ("Botele'') (Cumbr.) ; appointment of GeofiGreyAguillon and 

Alan de Walkingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by Roger son of John de Langelef ergh against Robert de Singulton 
and others, touching a tenement in. 

in, 25d. (67). Booton (Norf.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday and Robert de 

Ludham to take &e assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Amicia 
Brond agiUnst William de Gincy and others, touching a tenement 
in. 

Booton (Norf.) ; see Cavston. 

m. 2Sd. (32). Bomeford (Oxf.) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and Robert 

Malet to take die assise of mort danoestor arraigned by William 
Gorwy against Walter Nolan and others, touching land in. 

m. 19 (1). Bosgrave, the prior of, going by licence to parts beyond seas ; pro- 
tection to, with clause : Volumus. Windsor, 9th May. 

20L 27d. (7). Boston [Line] ; association of William de Brompton with John 

de Lovetot to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Philip le Taillur against James du Font and others, touching a 
tenement in. 

m. 24d. (6). Boston (Line.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias 

de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Roger de Leke against Simon de Pincebek' and others, touching a 
• tenement in. 

la. 22d. (IS). Boston [Line.] ; association of J. de Yaux with John de Lovetot 

and Nicholas de Stapleton [to take the assise of novel disseisin] 
arraigned by Philip le Taylliur, of Lond', against James du Pont and 
others, touching a tenement in. 

m. I9d. (70). Boston (Line.) ; appointment of John de Lovetot and William de 

Brompton to take the jury arraigned by Philip le Taillur against 
James de Fontaine and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. lOd. (12). Boston [Line] ; association of John Bek' with John de Lovetot and 

William de Brompton to take the jury arraigned by Philip le Taillur 
against James du Pont and others, touching a tenement in. 

m, Sd. (69). Boston (Line.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias de 

Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraijB^ned by Roger 
Baret and I». his wife against Richard Crane, touchmg a tenement 
in. 



2* APPENDIX TO THE FORTT-NINTH UEPOUT- OF THE 

Ho. 1. — Calendar of Patent Rolls : 8 Edward I. — continued. 

m. Id. (61). Boston (Line); appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Ellas 

de Bekingham to take the assise of mort.dancestor arraigned by 
Seval le Hnrer and Alice his wife against Hugh de Cleymand, 
touching a mesuage in. 

m. 6d. (98). Bothal (<* Botall '*) (Northumbr.) ; appointment of Geoffrey Ap^Ulon 

and Alan de Walkingham to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by John I^un against Hobert Bertram and others, 
touching a tenement in. 

Bothecastr* (Cumbr.) ; see Bewcastle. 

m. 5 (22). Botiller, Theobald le, going by licence to Ireland ; protection to, with 
clause : Volumue, Stocton, 20th September. 

m. 20d. (44). Bottinham (Wilts) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and William 

de Brayboef to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Matilda late wife of Adam Horn against Agnes de Marleye, touching 
a tenement in. 

m. 15d. (11). Bonghton Aluph (« Aluloesbocton ") (Kent) ; appointment of John 

de Cobham and Roger de Leicester to take the assise of novel 
disseisin arraigned by Matilda late [wife] of Simon de Asele 
against Alan le Mey, of Ashford, and others, touching a tenement 
in. 

m. 4d.](54). Bonghton Aluph (** Bocton Alulph '') (Kent) ; appointment of 

John de Cobham and Roger de Leicester to take the assise of mort 
dancestor arraigned by Walter sou of William de Etingbrok' 
against Stephen de Etingbrok', touching land in. 

m. 1 5d. (14). Bonghton Monchelsea (<* Bocton Munchenesy") (Kent); appoint- 
ment of John de Cobham and Roger de Leicester to take the 
assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Alice late wife of Henry 
de Witherington against William Attewell and others, touching 
a tenement in. 

m. I9d. (S)< Bonghton ("Boketon") (Northt.) ; appointment of Nicholas de 

Stapleton and Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of mort 
dancestor aitaigncd by Emma daughter of William son of Richard 
le Clerk and Agnes her sister against Alexander son of Richard le 
Clerk and others, touching possessions in. 

m. 12 (2). Boun, John de, son of Franco de Bonn ; licence to, to sell to Master 
John de Saunford all the lands which he holds of the King in 
Ireland. 

[Crossed out. In margin of roll: "Vacat quia in rotulo de 
" anno septimo." 

m. 5d. (U). Bourton (Bucks); appointment of Robert Fulconis and Robert 
Malet to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by William 
Grustet against Richard Grustet and others, touching a tenement 
in. 

m. 17d. (5). Bourton (" Bomton ") (Warw.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Staple- 
ton and filias de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Ritthard son of William Bnsevile against Richard son 
of William Busevile, touching a tenement in. 

Boveney (Bucks) ; Bee Bumham. 

m. lOd. (11). Bovingdon (Herts); appointment of John de Lovetot to take the 

assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Laurence de Grai and Edelina 
his wife against Alice late wife of Walter Erdewy, touching a 
tenement in. 

m. 18d. (51). Boxford (Suff.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday and Robert de 

Ludham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by John 
Baudewyne against Adam (or Ada) de Kaune and others, touching 
a tenement in. 

m. 14d. (48). Boylunde and Mernigthorp* [? Morning Thorpe] (Norf.) ; appoint- 
ment of Roger Loveday and Robert de Ludham to take the assise of 
novel disseisin arraigned by Geoffi-ey de Boylunde against Richard 
de Boylunde, touching a tenement in. 



DEPUTY KEEPER OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS. 25 

No. 1. — Calendar of Patent Rolls : 8 Edward I. — continued. 

m. ISdi (6). Boys, Robert dCi and William de Paoham ; appointment of, to in- 
quire into, hear, and determine the case of Robert de Rede lately 
indicted of mission and precept of the death of Martin de Akeham. 
Westminster, 10th June. 

m. S (SO). Brabant, the merchants of ; pardon to, at the instance of John duke 

of Brabant, of all trespasses committed by them in the Fair of 
8. Ire's on Ascension Day, 7 Edward I ., on the occasion of the 
contention between themselves and the merchants of England. 
Westminster, 13th November. 

m. 8d. (86). Brabottme (Kent) ; appointment of John de Cobham and Roger de 

Leicester to take the assise of mort daneestor arraigned bj Henry 
de Holt and Sarah his wife, Alice late wife of William le Lou, 
John Belle and Joan his wife against Alice late wife of Richard 
Nichole, touching possessions in. 

Braboume (Kent) ; see Mcrsham. 

m. 19d. (82). Brackley (Northt.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias 

de Bekingham to take the assise of mort daneestor arraigned by 
Richard Swet against Laurence son of William le Riche, touching 
a toft in. 

m. 7d. (3). Brackley (Northt.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias 

de Bekingham to take the assise of mort daneestor arraigned by 
Richard Swet against Alexander son of William le Riche, touching 
a mesuage in. 

Bradenestane (Ozf.) ; ue Enstone, Broad. 

m. 38d. (1). Bradenye (Somers.) ; appointment of Walter de Wimbome and 

Thomas de S. Vigor to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by Sabina late wife of Jordan de Bradenye against Simon de 
Montacute and others, touching a tenement in. Windsor, 27th 
November. 

m. 2d. (68). Bradfield, Little (Suff.) ; appointment of John de Lovetot and 

Robert de Ludbam to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by Edmund de Whelnetham a;n^inst Robert de Bradefeld and Hugh 
le Messer, touching a tenement in. 

m. 12d. (44). Bradford-near Hamham and Aydon-near-Corbridge (Northumbr.) ; 

appointment of (leoffirey Aguillon and Alan de Walkingham to 
take the assise of mort daneestor arraigned by William de Croxton 
against Robert de Beyspole and Robert Cau2, touching three 
mesuages and land in. 

Brading (Southt.) ; see Whitfield. 

in. 2 Id. (57). Bradley and Stallin^borough (Lino.); appointment of Nicholas de 

Stapleton and Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of novel 
disseisin arraigned by Anora late wife of William FitzWilliam 
against Simon Wachet, of Thorganby, and the abbat of Selby, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 21d. (32). Bradley, West (Salop) ; appointment of Radulph de Hengham and 

Reginald de Legh to take the assise of mort daneestor arraigned 
by Hamo son of Hamo de Wenlok' against Roger Bober, touching 
rent in. 

m, 5d. (90). Bradwell (Suff.) ; appointment of Thomas de Weyland and John de 

Lovetot to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Richard 
.Fastolf and Margaret his wifSs against William de Enges, touching 
a tenement in. 

m. 4d. (2). Bradwell (Suff.) ; appointment of same to take a similar assise 

arraigned by Roger son of Roger de Broxtoo, Andrew EitzSeman, 
and Roger fiz le Clerk against Henry de Habelund, senior, and 
others, touching common of pasture in. 

Bradwell (Suff.) ; aee Hopton. 

m. 99d. (11). Brailes (Warw.) ; appointment of Radulph de Hengham and Robert 

le Waleys to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
William vicar of the church of Brailes against Radulph Bernard 
and others, touching a tenement in. 



26 APPENDIX TO THE FOBTY-NINTH REPORT OP THE 

No. 1. — Calendar of Patent Rolls : 8 Edward I. — continued. 

m. 14d. (47). Brakenthwayt (Derb.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapelton and 

Ellas de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by Thomas son of Stephen de Wodehuses against Richard de 
Barinton and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 8d. (42). Brakenthwet (Derb.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and 

Elias de Bekingham to take the jury arraigned by Richard de 
Barmeton against Thomas de la Wodehuse, touching a tenement 
in. 

m. 8d. (46). Brakenthwet ; association of Thomas Folejamb with Nicholas de 

Stapleton to take the jurj between same, touching a tenement in. 

m. 12d. (24). Bramber (''Brembre ") (Suss.) ; appointment of John de Cobham 

and Roger de Leieester to take the attaint arraigned by Robert 
Burde against Simon Cambrey and others, touching a mesuage 
and a moiety of a mesuage in. 

m. Hd. (53). Bramford (" Braunford ") (Suff.) ; appointment of Rojjer Loveday 

and Robert de Lndham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by Richard son of Peter de Braunford against Robert de Hoo and 
others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 5d. (85). Bramford (" Braunford ") (Suff.) ; ^pointment of John de Lovetot 

and Robert du Bois to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by Richard son of Peter de Braunford against Robert de Ho and 
others, touching a tenement in. 

m. lid. (64). Bramley ("Bromleye") and Wonersh (« Wonhers'") (Surr.) j ap- 
pointment of Robert Pnlconis and William de Brayboef to take 
the jury arraigned by Amald de Tangele against William de 
Tangele, touching a mesuage and land in. 

m. 3d. (79). Brampton (" Branton ") (Norf.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday 

and Robert de Ludham to take the assise of novel disseisin amugned 
by Hermer son of Radulph de Bramton against Joan daughter of 
John de Lem and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 22d. (17). Brampton-near-Aylsham (*< Eyle-sham ") (Norf.) ; appointment of 

Roger Loveday and Robert de Ludham to take the assise of novel 
disseisin arraigned by Radulph Helewys, of Brampton, against 
Bartholomew Hele^-ys, of Brampton, touching a tenement in. 

m. 17d. (70). Brampton-near-Aylsham (Norf.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday 

and Robert de Ludham to take the assise of mort dancestor 
arraigned by William FitzGeoffrey against John FitzOliver and 
others, touching a mesuage and land in. 

m. 15d. (12). Brampton (Westmorel) ; appointment of GeofireyAguillon and Alan 

de Walkingham to take the assise arraigned by Thomas de Helle- 
brok' against William de Brampton, touching a fosse levied in. 
m. 19 (31). Brandan, Stephen ; mandate to the men of Ireland to permit him 

to use and enjoy throughout Ireland the same liberties and customs 
as others in Ireland, who are Englishmen, use and enjoy, since it 
appears by a patent, which the King has inspected, that he is, 
though bom in Ireland, a pure Englishman. Westminster, 25th 
May. 

m. 4d. (32). Brandestone (Norf.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday and Robert 

de Ludham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Bertin son of Henry de Caustoa against John FitzBertin and 
Radulph son of Alexander le Marchant, touching a tenement in. 

Brandestone (Norf.) ; see Cawston. 

m. 21d. (63). Brandou-near-Burnham (Norf.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday 

and Robert de Ludham to take the assise of novel disseisin 
^ arraigned by William son of William de Tourston against William 

son of Hamo de Braundon and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 9d. (92). Brandon-near- Welborne (Norf.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday 

and Robert de Ludham to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Greoffrey son of Bartholomew de Brandon against 
Richard son of Bartholomew de Brandon and others, touching a 
tenement in. 



DEPUTY KEEPER OP THE PUBLIC REGORDS. 27 

No. 1. —-Calendar of Patent Rolls: 8 Edward I. — continued. 

m. 25d. (28). Brastead C Bradested '*) (Kent) ; appointment of John de Ck>bham 

and Roger de Leicester to take the jury arraigned bj Matilda late 
"wife 01 Stephen le Peyntor against Luke de Hoze, touching a 
mesuage in. 

m. 19d. (63). Bratoft (*' Braytoft ") and Irby (Line.) ; appointment of Nicholas de 

Stapleton and Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of mort 
dancestor arraigned by Richard son of Arice de Ireby against the 
abbat of Bardney and others, touching a toft and hind in. 

m. 27d. (65). Brayboef, William de ; association of, with John de Reigate and his 

colleagues, justices itinerant in co. Dorset for Common Pleas, hoc 
vice, in the said co. and in other cos. where they shall go by the 
King's precept. 

m. 84 (25). Brayboef, William de ; licence to, in pursuance of an inquisition 

a.q.d. taken by Roger de Clifford, justiciar of the forest, to 
impark his wood of Haswood with his lands adjacent, which is 
within the metes of the lung's forest of Penbere and Euerleg', and 
to hold it in fee-simple. Lindhurst, 20th January. 

m. 8d. (45). Brayboef, William de, and Simon de Winton ; appointment of, to 

inquire whether Walter de Kent be guilty of ihe death of a certain 
man in the New Forest, whom he is alleged to have killed, and if 
not, who is guilty thereof, and to hear, &c. the said trespass. 

m. 9d. (25). Braybrooke (Northt) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias 

de Bekingham to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by 
Matilda de Raley against the abbat of PipeweU, touching a mesuage 
and land in. 

m. 2d. (8). Brebyan (Comw.) ; appointment of Walter de Wimbome and 
Thomas de S. Vigor to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by David de Brebyan against Gervate de Brameur and others, 
touching a tenement in. 

n. 8d. (49). Bredon ; association of Andrew de Estl' with Radulph de Hengham 

and Henry de Sheldon to take the assise of mort dancestor 
arraigned by Radulph son of Radulph Basset, of Drayton, against 
Nicholas de Tatteshal, touching two parts of the manor ofl 

m. 7d. (50). Brempton (Northumbr.) ; appointment of Geoffrey Aguillon and 

Aian de Walkingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by Robert de la Ferte, Nicholas Punchardon and Joan his wife 
against John de Bremton, touching a tenement in. 

Brendilleye (Suff.) ; see Eleigh, Brent. 

m. 7d. (84). Breteby (Cumbr.) ; appointment of Geoffrey Aguillon and Alan de 

Walkingham to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by 
Elena daughter of Roger de Ranglas and Goditha her sister 
against William son of Radulph de Bethum, touching a mesnage 
and land in. 

Bretenesse (Suss.) ; see Worth. 

m. 8d. (47). Brickhill, Great (Bucks) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and 

Robert Malet to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
John de la More, of Great Brickhill, against Greoffrey Serjaunt, 
of Great Brickhill, touching a tenement in. 

Bridel (Herts) ; see Sandridge. 

m. 7d. (78). Bridge SoUars (Heref.) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and Giles 

de Berkeley to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Richard de Kinardesl' against Sibil de Kynardesl', touching a 
tenement in. 

21d. (84). Bridgnorth («Bruge") (Salop); appointment of Radulph de 
Hengham and Reginald de X^^ to take the assise of novel 
disseisin arraigned by Henry del Chastel against William Bonamy, 
touching a way stopped in. 



28 APPENDIX TO THK FORTY-NINTH REPORT OF THE 

Ko. 1. — Calendar of Patent Rolls: 8 Edward I. — continued. 

m. lOd. (50). Bridgnortli (Salop) ; appointment of Radalph de Hengham and 

Reginald de Legh to take the assise arniigiied by Henry de 
Castello against Mabel de la Bere, touching a hedge levied in the 
suburb of. 

m. lOd. (52). Bridgnorth (Salop) ; appointment of i^ame to take the assise of noyel 

disseisin arraigned by John de Castello against Nicholas le 
Paumer, touching a tenement in the suburb of. 

m. 25d. (20). Bridgnorth (''Bruges ") ; commission of gaol delivery for, to John 

de Ercalewe, William Bagot, William Wyther, and Roger de 
Bttteri'. 

m. 2.5d. (88). Bridgnorth ; coouuission of gaol delivery for, to Robert Corliet, 

Walter Bagot, Alan de Glaseleye, and Robert de Knightele. 

m. 1 2d. (43). Brid^orth; commission of gaol delivery for, to Robert Corbet, 

William Bagot, Alan de Glasle, and Robert de Knithele. 

m. 9d. (35). Bridgnorth ; commission of gaol delivery for, to Robert Corbet, 

William Bagot, Alan de Glaseley, and Robert de Knithel*. 

m. 8d. (34). Bridgnorth ; commission of gaol delivery for, to William Bagot, Wil- 
liam Wither, Alan de Gleseleye, and Robert de Knightel'. 

m. 6d. (97). Bridgnorth ; commission of gaol delivery for, to Walter de Hopton, 

Robert Corbet, Roger Springehoese, and William Bagot. 

m. 2d. (11). Bridgnorth; commission of gaol delivery for, to Robert Corbet, 

William Bagot, Alan de Glaselegh, and Robert de Knygtele. 

m. 21d. (6). Brimeshnll (Southt.) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and William 

de Brayboef to take the certification arraigned by Roger Craft 
against Adam de S. Moinnet and Henry his brother, touching a 
tenement in. 

m. 8 (10). Bristol, the canons of S.'*Augustine*8 at ; cong^ d'^lire to, vice John 
the late abbat of, ceded. Westminster, 8rd November. 

m. 20d. (36), Bristol (Glouc.) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and Giles de 

Berkeley to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Mar- 
gery daughter of Thomas de Bedeminster against Richard le Fisher 
and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 20d. (48). Bristol (Glouc.) ; appointment of same to take a similar assise 

arraigned by Margery de Whitminster against William de Axe, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 19d. (15). Bristol (Glouc.) ; appointment of same to take a similar assise 

arraigned by Margery Tresor against Thomas Munsorel and Isabel 
daughter of William Munsorel, touching a tenement in. 

m. 12d. (74). Brit well, Watlington, and Henley (Oxf.) ; appointment of Geoffrey 

de Leukenore and Robert Malet to take the assise of mort 
dancestor arraigned by Peter son of Robert Bodekyn against 
William de Attecumbe and others, touching a mesuage and land 
in. 

m. 27d."(39). Brockhampton (Glouc) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and Giles 

de Berkeley to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Agnes de Brichthampton against Hugh de Brichtfaamton and 
others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 9d. (14). Brockhampton (Glouc.) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and Giles 

de Berkeley to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Robert son of Robert de Stauerton and Agnes his wife against 
Hugh de Brichampton and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 5d. (34). Brockhampton ('* Brichampton ") (Glouc.) ; appointment of Robert 
Fulconis and Giles de Berkeley to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Robert de Stauerton and Agnes his wife against 
Hugh de Brichampton and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 20d. (59). Brodok' (Staff.) ; appointment of Radulph de Hengham and Reginald 

de Legh to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Felonnia 
late wife of Robert de Brodok' against Robert de la Ward and 
others, touching a tenement in. 



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DEPUTY KEEPER OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS. 29 

No. 1. — Calendar of Patent Rolls : 8 Edward I. — continued, 

m. Id. (48^. 'Brof^jnve (Warw.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and 

Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by Gilbert de Newenham against Andrew de Estleye and others, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 9d. (52). Bromley (Kent) ; appointment of John de Cobham and Roger de 

Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by John 
Soreyng and CHiriRtiana his wife against Walter de Bacton, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 28d. (10), Bromley C' Bromplegh")* Abbat's (Staff.)'; ^pointment of Radulph 

de Hengham and Walter de Cockeseye to take the assise of novel 
disseisin arraigned by Nicholas de Bromlegh against the abbat of 
Barton-on-Trent and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 5d. (82). Bromley, Abbat*s [Staff.] ; association of Reginald de L^h with 

Radalph de Hengham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by Nicholas de Bromlegh againct the abbat of Burton and others, 
touching a tenement in. 

Bmmleye (Snrr.) ; see Bramley. 

m. 19d. (61). Brompton, William de, and Elias de Bekingham ; appointment of, to 

examine, together with the mayor and sherifis of London, certain 
articles touching a suit in the Hustings Court of London by writ 
of right between Peter Man and Emma his wife and Ehas de 
Hertford, touching a mesuage in London as to which doubts exist, 
and to see that justice is done to the said parties. Windsor, 10th 
May. 

m. 6d. (1). Bromwich, Castle (Warw.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton 

and Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by Richard son of Richard de Whateley against Henry son of 
Richard de Whateley and others, touching a tenement in. Carlisle* 
8th September. 

in. 7d, (1^). Bromwich, Wood (Warw.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton 

and Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Henry de Hay against Thomas EitzRobert and 
others, touching common of pasture in. 

m. 24d. (9). Brooksby (Leic.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias 

de Bekingham to take the assise arraigned by John de Yilers 
against Gilbert de Houby and Thomas Cariles, touching a pond 
destroyed in. 

m. 9d. (22). Broom ("Bruham") (Beds); appointment of Robert Fulconis and 

Greoffrey de I^eukenore to take the assise of mort dancestor 
arraigned by William le Ros against John le Nekeman and others, 
touching land in. 

nu 17d. (20). Broughton (Lane.) ; appointment of Geoffrey Aguillon and Alan de 

Walkingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
John de Hamesfel against William prior of Kertmel and Warin 
le Messer, touching common of pasture in. 

m. 8 Ci2)- Broun, Medler le, going with John Mautravers to Ireland; protection 

to, with clause : V^umus, Langlcy, 20th July. 

m. 6d. (40). Brownrigg, Caldbeck, and Hutton ("Hoton") in the Forest 

(Cumbr.) ; appointment of Alan de Walkingham and Robert de 
Scardeburg' to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
William son of Robert des Vauz against Robert des Vanx and 
others, touching a tenement in. 

Brude^'ote (Oxf.) ; see Burcott. 

Bruge (Salop) ; see Bridgnorth. 

m. «S C20). Bruges, Master Robert de, going by licence to the parts of Ireland, 

with Master John de Kenle, chancellor of the Exchequer of Dublin ; 
letters of attorney to, in favour of John de Godelegh' and Master 
John de Caumpeden for England. Clarendon, 18th February. 



30 APPENDIX TO THE FORTY-NINTH REPORT OP THE 

No. ]. — Calendar of Patent Rolls : H Edward L — continuedm 

m. 2 (19), BruD, William le ; ratification of the grant and sale made to, bj 
Radulph de Sandwych, the King's senescbal, of the maritage of the 
son and heirs of Robert de Finlegh' and of the costody of his lands 
and tenements pertaining to such hiers after his death, and which 
then come into the King's hands. Westminster, 12th November. 

m. 9d. (76). Bruntingthorpe (Leic.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and 

Ellas de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by Nicholas son of William de Hore against Roger le More, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 24d. (57). Brunton (" Bumton "), West (Northumbr.) ; appointment of Robert 

de Nevill and Alan de Walkingham to take the assise of mort 
dancestor arraigned by Mariota Whippok' against Robert le 
Lanerd, touching land in. 

m. 14 (16). Brus, Richard le ; licence to, to impark his wood of Horsfrith, which 

is within the metes of the forest of Writtele, with his lands thereto 
pertaining, and to hold the same in fee-simple. Westminster, 7th 
June. 

m. 23 (8). Bms, Robert de, and Cristiana his wife, staying in Scotland ; letters 
of attorney to, in all courts, in favour of Master Adam de Ooke- 
daik and John de Garton. Lindhurst, 20 January. 

m. 4 (17). Brus, Robert de, and Cristiana his wife, staying, by licence, in Scot- 
land i letters of attorney to, for England, in favour of Master 
Adam Crokedeik and William Soyer. Westminster, 24th 
October. 

m. lid. (25). Buckby (Northt.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias 

de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Henry Crete against Robert Ry^uel and Thomas Ryuel, touching 
a tenement in. 

m. 8d. (24). Buckingham; appointment of Robert Fulconis and Robert Malet to 

take the assise arraigned by Dionisia late wife of William de Tame 
against Robert le Clerk and Agnes his wife, touching a way 
stopped in. 

m. 27d. (24). Bucklebury (** Burghildebyr' **) (Berks); appointment of Robert 

Fulconis and Robert lirfalet to take ^e assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Agnes de Chapele against the abbat of Reading and 
others, touching a tenement in. 

Budiston (Wilts) ; see Hertham. 

m. 12d. (9). Bukere Weston (Dors.) ; appointment of Walter de Wimbome and 
Thomas de S. Vigor to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by Alice Nicet against Adam (or Ada) Nicet and others, touching 
a tenement in. 

Buhner (Essex) ; see Ballingdon. 

m. 9d. (65). Bulwick (" Bolewyk* ") (Northt.) ; appointment of Nicholas de 

Stapleton and Elias de Bekingham to take the assise arraigned by 
William del Exchequer against Millicent de Montalt, touching a 
fosse levied in. 

m. lOd. (31). Bumpstead, Steeple (Essex) ; appointment of John de Lovetot and 

Roger de Leicester to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned 
by Geoffrey son of Gilbert Sired against William son of W^iam 
Stunner and Sarah his wife, touching land in. 

m. lOd. (42). Bumpstead, Steeple (Essex) ; appointment of same to take a similar 

assise arraigned by Geoffrey son of Gilbert Sired, of Steeple 
Bumpstead, against William son of William de Stnrmere, touching 
land in. 

m. 18d. (68). Bunckton (*' Bungeton ") (Suss.) ; appointment of John de Cobham 

and Roger de Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Nigel de Brok' against Roger de la Hide and others, 
touching a tenement in. 

Bungeton (Suss.) ; see Bunckton. 



DEPUTY KEEPEB OP THE PUBLIC RECORDS. 81 

No. 1. — Calendar of Patent Rolls : 8 Edward l.^^continued, 

m. I9d. (84). Borcott (*' Brudecote '*) (Oxf .) ; appointment of Robert Fuleonis 

and Robert Malet to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned 
by John Terry against Nicholas de Brudecote, touching land in. 

Bnres (Su£F.) ; see Comard. 

m. 35 (1). Burges, Walter de { precept to the sheriff of Wilts to cause to be 

paid to, 10/. a year for his support which the King has granted to 
him by patent for life, in consideration of service rendered by him 
to Henry III. Winchester, 4th January. 

m. 25 (4). The same ; grant to, of the said sum for life by the hands of the 
sheriff of Wilts. Same date. 

m. 12 (29). Burgh, Richard de. Earl of Ulster, . staying by licence in England, 

letters of attorney to, in favour of John de Ryckeral. Westmin- 
ster, 27th June. 

m. 25 (22). Burgh, Walter de, Richard son of ; {i^rant to, on the belief that he 

has attained or nearly attained his full age, of seisin of all the 
castles of which his said ftther was seised as of fee in the land of 
Connau^ht (" Conogh' '0 and elsewhere in Ireland at his death, 
so that if the said Richard be not of full age he is to answer to the 
King for the issues of the said castles until he is of full age ; and if 
he M, then the said issues shall remain to him, and mandate to 
Robert de Ufford, justiciar of Ireland, to give seisin to him of 
all the castles aforesaid, and to retain any which the said Walter 
held at the time of his death otherwise than in fee and which 
were by reason of it taken into the King's hands. Winchester, 
5th January. 

m. 24 (1). Burgh, Walter de, late Earl of Ulster, Richard son of; mandate to 

Robert de Ufford, justiciar of Ireland, to make livery to, of the 
castles, lands, and tenements in the land of Connaught (" Cun- 
noch* "), and in that of Ulster of which the said Walter was seised 
as of fee at the time of his death, and to command those to whom 
the custody of such castles, &c. has been committed to deliver 
them to the said Richard and to retain in the King's hands any 
which the said Walter had at his death of which he did not die 
seised as of fee until fiurther orders. Winchester, 6th January. 

m. 24 (2). Concurrent and similar mandate to William FitzWarin, touching the 
lands and tenements in bis custody. 

m. 1 1 (22). Burgh, the abbat of ; acquittance to, of the roll of pleas of the Crown 

and assises of co. Salop which were before Simon de Walton and 
his colleagues, justices itinerant in the said co. in Hilary Term, 
40 Henry III., and which they deposited after their eyre for safe 
custody in the said abbey, and which has now been received from 
the abbat by the King. Odiham, 29th June. 

m« lid. (61). Burgh (Devon) ; appointment of Walter de Wimbome and Thomas 

de S. Vigor to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Richard son of Sperancia de Burgh against Philip de Burg* and 
others, touching a tenement in. • 

m. 2d. (24). Burgh-near-Wainfleet (Line.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton 

and Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of mort dancestor ar- 
raigned by Hugh SOD of John Otherawe and others against Alan 
FitxGilbert, and others, touching rent in. 

m. 2d. (80). Burgh-near- Wainfleet (Line.) ; appointment of same to take a similar 

assise arraigned by Sarah daughter of William Xolnn and Rose 
her sister against the said Hugh and others, touching a meadow 
in. 

m. 24d. (78). Burgh, South (Norf.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday and Robert 

de Ludham to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by 
Walter son of Walter de Suthlicr^h against Geoffrey son of Walter 
de Hengh* and Sibil late wife of Henry de Bergh, touching land in. 



32 APPENDIX TO THE FORTY-NINTH REPORT OF THE 

No. 1. — Calendar of Patent Bolls : 8 Edward I. — continued, 

m. 4d. (85). Bargh, Soath (Norf.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday and Robert 

de Ludhan to take the assise of mort dancester arraigned by 
Robert sou of Walter de Snthbergh against Geoffirey son ox Walter 
de Hengbam and Sibil late wife of Henry de Bei^h, touching a 
mesuage and land in. 

m. 24d. (63). Bargb field (Berics) ; appointment of Robert Fulconts and Robert 

Malet to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by John 
Fachet against Walter Fachet, parson of the church of Purley, and 
others, touching a tenement in. 

Burghfield [Berks], a bridge in ; see Malet, Robert 

m. 2d. (5). Burghill (Heref.) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and Robert 
Malet to take tbe assise of mort dancestor arraigned by Rocer de 
Hereford against Elisabeth late wife of Henry de Penebrigg, 
touching a mesuage and land in. 

m. 9d. (95). Barley (Rutl.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias de 

Bekingham to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by 
John de Burle against John son of John de Burle and others, 
touching possessions in. 

m. Id. (17). Bumham and Boveney (Bucks) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis 

and Walter dc Agmodesham to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned hy Nicholas le Cbaundler and Margery his wife against 
Henry Louel, touching a tenement In. 

m. I8d. (90). Burstall (Suff.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday and Robert de 

Lndhamto take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by the 
prior of Barnwell against Thomas Xicuebaud and others, touch- 
ing a tenement in. 

m. lOd. (47). Burstall (Suff.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday and Robert do 

Ludham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by the 
prior of Barnwell against Thomas Leuebaud and others, touch- 
ing a tenement in. 

m. 5d. (95). Burstall (Suff.) ; appointment of Thomas de Weyland and Roger de 

Leieester to take the certification arraigned by Thomas Leuebaud 
against Simon, prior of Barnwell, touching a tenement in. 

m. 8d. (19). Burstead (" Burghsted")* Great (Essex) ; appointment of John de 

Lovetot and Roger de Leicester to take the attaint arraigned by 
Emma Spigumell againi<t the ahbat of Stratford, touching a tene- 
ment in. 

m. 4d. (73). Burston (Norf.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday and Robert de 

Ludham to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by Stephen 
son of Reginald de Brokedish against Peter Edward and others, 
touching laud in. 

m. 14 (19). Burton, John de ; pardon to, for having killed William Fitz- 

Guyllot*, as it appears by an inquisition taken by Hamo Hauteyn 
and Richard de Staunford that he did so by misadventoTe. West- 
minster, 8th June. 

m. 3d. (59). Burton Lazars near Melton (Leic.) ; appointment of Nicholas de 

Stapleton and Elias de Bekingham to take the attaint arraigned 
by John Amary against William master of the Hospital of S. 
Lazarus of Burton, and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 2d. (44). Burton Lazars ; appointment of Radulph de Hengham and Nicholas 

de Stapleton to take the attaint arraigned by the master of the 
Hospital of, against John FitzSimon, touching a corrody with- 
drawn. 

m. Id. (27). Burton (" Burgton") and Stapleford (Line.) ; appointment of 

Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias de Bekingham to take the assise 
of mort dancestor arraigned by Simon Heynon and Richard Fitz- 
Robert against John de Aubery, torching possessions in. 

m. I7d. (64). Bnrton-on-Srather (** Burton Stayer") (Line); appointment of 

Nichoks de Stapleton and Klias de Bekingham to take the assise 
of mort dancestor arraigned by Albreda Grunt against Hugh 
Atteclif and Aldusa his wife, touching a mesuage and land in. 



DEPUTY K££P£B OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS. 32 

No. l.--Calandar of Patent Rolls : 8 Edward I. — continued. 

in. 13d. (40). Burwasfa (" Bargherst") (Suse.) ; appaintmeot of John de Cobham 

and Roger de Leicester to take ^e assise of novel disseisin ar- 
raigned bj Julfiana] late wife of William son of Urbandc 
Hastinge against William Erkinland and others, touching a tene- 
ment in. 

m. 3d. (42). Buthey ("Bisseye") (Herts.); appointment of John de Lovetot 

and Roger de Leicester to take the assise of mort dancestor ar- 
raigned by Henry de Taehalle and Emma his wife against Adam 
(or Ada) de Jarkeneuilc, touching possessions in. 

m. 3d. (30). Bntokeseye (Beds.) ; appointment of Robert Fnleonis and Robert 

Malet to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by the prior of 
the Hospital of S. John o£ Jerusalem in England against the abbat 
of Warden and others, touching a tenement in. 

Di. 14d. (57). Buton (Heref.) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and Giles de 

Berkeley to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Adam le 
PrestesoD, of Baton, against Robert de BCortimer and Isabel 
daoghter of William Palmer, tooching a tenement in. 

m. 4dL (47). Buxhall (" Buckessale '') (Sufif.); appointment of Roger Loveday 

and Robert de Lndham to take the assise of novel disseisin arnugned 
by Alan de Mulford and Matilda his wife against John de Gedding 
and others, touching a tenement in. 

Bnyton (Heref.) ; see Byton. 

m. 17d. (72). Bydebrok' (Essex) ; appointment of John de Lovetot and Roger de 

Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Hufh 
Randolf and Alice his wife, Henry Sweyn and A^es his wife, 
against Eva Pecche and others, touchiog a tenement in. 

m. S5 (20). Bynedon, the abbat and convent of; pardon and release to, of certain 

customs and services due to the King from a carucate of land in 
Welle within the limits (<^ procinctum **) of the hundred of Wym- 
fred, granted to, by Alianor, the Queen-Mother, and licence to them 
and their successors to levy the same (estimated at 1^. 6i/. a year) 
by their own bailiffs. Winchester, 4th January. 

m. 19 (16). Byset, Hugh ; simple protection to, in Ireland. Westminster, 

17th May. 

m. ITd, (4). Byton (** Bnyton'*) (Heref.) ; appointment of Walter de Helinn and 

Walter de Hopton to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Thomas son of Edmund de Brompton against Robert de Mortimer 
and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. S3d. (67). Cakedon (Suff.) ; appointment of John de Lovetot and John de 

Metingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by John 
de Rede against Alexander de Kerssener*, touching a tenement in. 

m. 16d. (43). C^cotoo (Staff.) ; appointment of Radulph de Henghamand Repaid 

de Legh to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by William 
de Alrewys against Adam (or Ada) de Colewyz and others, 
touching common of pasture in. 

Caldbeck (Cumbr.) ; $ee Brownrigg. 

m. 37d. (12). Calne (Wilts) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and William de 

Brayboef to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by Richard 
le Rene a^inst Thomas Trikedel and Eva his wife, touching three 
mesuages m. 

in« 23d. (9). Cambridge, appointment of John de Lovetot and William de 

Brompton to take the assise of mort dabcestor arraigned by 
Godrida de Wyk* against Robert de Carom, touching a metuage 
and mill in. 

m. 18d. (86). Cambridge, appointment of Roger Loveday and Robert de Ludham 

to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by Alexander de 
Brackele and Margaret his wife against John son of Paulin Wombe^ 
touching a mesuage in. 

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34 APPENDIX TO THE FORTY-NINTH BKPORT OF THE 

No. 1. — Calendar of Patent Rolls: 8 Edward l.-^eontinued, 

HL I7d. (24). Cambridge ; appointment of John de Lovetot and William de 

Brompton to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by 
Grodebnda de Wik' and Walter de Merewell against Robert Carun, 
touching a mesuage in. 

m. 17d. (60). Cambridge ; appointment of same to take a similar assise arraigned 

by the said Gk>debnda and Walter against John de Bokelond, 
touching rent in. 

m« 4d. (53). Cambridge; appointment of John de Lovetot and William de Brompton 
to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by Godebuda de Wyk' 
and Walter de Merewell against John de BokeUnd and John his 
son, touching rent in. 

m. 25d. (28). Cambridge ; commission of gaol delivery for, to Almario Pecche, 

Saer de Frivile, William Muschet, and John Rusiel. 

m. 28d. (18). Cambridge; commission of gaol delivery for, to Almar' Pecche, Saer 

de Frivile, William Muschet, and Baldwin de S. George. 

m. 9d. (78). CJambridge ; eommission of gaol delivery for, to Baldwin de S. Oeorge, 

William Mnchet, John Ddteny, and John Russel. 

m. 2d. (83). Oambridge ; commission of ^ol delivery for, to William Muschet, 

William de la Haye, John Kossel, and Henry de Bekeswortlu 

m. 21 (12). Ci^meys, John de ; acquittance to, of 500 marks, due to the King, for 
the manors of Thorpel and Upton, demised by the said Jo& to 
the King and the Queen-Consort for ten years. Down Ampncy, 
26th March. 

m. 21d. (23). (Tampden (*' Kaumpedon ") (Glouc.) ; appointment of Robert Ful- 

conis and W. de Berkeley to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Robert le Jouen, of Fazford, against Peter le Walker 
and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 16d. (50). Campden (Glouc.) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and Giles de 

Berkeley to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by Hugh 
son of John Agun against Thomas Botte, touching a mesuage in. 

m. 25 (24). Canterbury, J[ohn] archbishop of, and all the bishops and other 
prelates, and the procters of those who are absent, about to 
assemble [in convocation] in London ; appointment of Roger 
Lestrange and Hugh son of Otto do Grandison, seneschal of the 
Household, to appeal for the King in the council or congregation of, 
lately convoked at London against any attempt to pass any statute 
affecting his Crown and dignity. Winchester, 6th January. 

m. 25 (25). The same ; appointment of same Roger and Hugh, as above, and 
mandate through them and under the debt of fealty by which they 
are bound to the King, and inhibition not to presume in any manner 
to hold any council or congregation touching anything which 
pertains to the Crown, or the King's person or estate, or the estate 
of the Kind's council, on pain of suffering in their persons and 
baronies. As above. 

m. 25 (26). The same ; appointment of same Roger and Hugh to exhort them to 
grant a '* subvention " to the King. As above. 

m. 3 (11). Canterbury, the abbat and convent of S. Augustine's at; licence to, 
to buy lands and tenements in Plmnstead, in co. Kent, of John de 
Luuetot and Margaret his vife, which are of the fee of the said 
abbat and convent, and to hold the same in mortmain. Westminster, 
3rd November. 

m. 10 (2) Canterbury, the prior of Christ Church at ; simple protection to, in 
Lreland. Selebum', 5th July. 

m. 5 (13). Canterbury, Thomas the prior of Christ Church at ; letters of attorney 
to, in favour of RaduJph de Shirebum' and John de Bristol for 
Ireland. Carlisle, 10th September. 

m. 8 (16). Canterbury, the prior of Christ Church at; letters of attorney to, in 
favour of Robert le Poer for Ireland. Westminster, 5th November. 



1>EPUTT KEEPEB OP THE PITBLIO REOOBDS. 35 

No. 1. — Calendar of Patent Bolls : 8 Edward I. — continuetL 

m. 24d. (85). Canterbury (Kent) ; appointment of John de Cobham and Bo^r de 

Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin arraiffned by Richard 
son of John Wendohepe against Clemency late wife of Stephen le 
Petit and Agnes his wife, touching a tenement in the suburb of. 

m. 18 (86). Canterbury (Kent) ; appointment of B6ger LoTeday and Robert de 

Iiudham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by John 
de Ludham 'against the prior of Christ Church, Canterbuxy, and 
Stephen de Icham, touching a tenement in. 

m. 25d. (57). Canterbuiy ; commission to John de Cobham, William de Orlaueston, 

William de Detling, and Henry Perot to deliver the gaol of, of 
prisoners detained there for homicides, robbery, and other trespasses. 

m. 3d. (11). Canterbury; commission of gaol delivery fbr, to John de Cobham, 
William de Orlaueston, William de Detlinge, and Henry Perot. 

Cantokesheued (Somers.) ; see Bicknoller. 

m. 9d« (77). Car-Colston ('^ Kircoleston ") (Notts) ; appointment of Nicholas de 

Stapleton and Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of novel 
disseisin arraigned by Badulph.son of William de Kirstokeston and 
John his brother against John le Paumer and William £1tz William, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 17 (2). Cardigan (" Kardygan ") ; grant of murage to the men of. West« 
minster, 24th May. 

m. 13 (9). Careweir, John de ; reversal to, of the outlawry published against, 
by reason of the robbery committed at Blakene (Norf.) by him on 
Peter de S. Peter, of Bordeaux, as it is alleged. Westminster, 
10th June. 

m. 12d. (42). Carlby (Line.) ; appointment of (Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias de 

Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Hugh 
son of Badulph de Carleby against Henry son of Badulph de 
Carleby and Henry de Brunbarden, touching a tenement in, 

m. 7d. (72). Carleton Drigg (" Dregge ") (Cumbr.) ; appointment of Geoffrey 

Aguillon and Alan de Walkingham to take the assise of novel 
disseisin arraigned by William son of Boger de Langelisergh 
against Robert de Singelton and others, touchmg a tenement in. 

m. 24d. (15). Carleton-Bode (Norf.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday and Bobert 

de Ludham to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by 
William son of John Walet against Simon Hert, touching land in. 

m. 10 (7). Carlisle ; mandate of intendence and respondence to the tenants of 
the bishopric of, in favour of Badulph de Irton, formerly prior of 
Gisebum*, who has been appointed bishop of, by the Pope, his 
fealty having been taken and the temporalities restored to him by 
the King. Selebum', 10th July. 

in. 10 (8). Concurrent mandate of livery in pursuance to Bichard de Holebrok' 
and Thomas de Normanvill'. 

m. 10 (9), Concurrent mandate to the bishop of Durham to give due admi* 
nistration of the sequestered churches in his diocese to the said 
bishop. 

m. 10 (10). Concurrent and similar mandate to the bishop of Coventry and Lich- 
field in reference to his own diocese. 

m. 5 (16). Carlisle ; further grant of murage to the men of, for five years, the 
time for which it was granted by the King to them long since 
having expired. Newcastle-on-Tyne, 15th September. 

m. 16d. (88), Carlisle ; commission of gaol delivery for, to Geoffrey Aguillon and 

Alan de Walkingham. 

m. 6d. (15). Carlisle (Cumbr.) ; appointment of Geoffrey Aguillon and Alande 

Walkingham to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by 
Bobert le Wayte against William le TaiUur and Henry le Furbeur, 
touching land in. 

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36 APPENDIX TO THE FORTY-KINTH REPORT OP THE 

No. 1. — Calendar of Patent Rolls : 8 Edward I. — conHnued. 

m. 4d. (51). Carlisle ; commissiozi of gaol delivery for, to Robert de Molescastr*^ 

Patrick de Uluesbj, William de Boyvile, and Thomas de Dere- 
wentewater. 

m. 16d. (53). Carlton4n-Lindrick (Notts) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton 

and Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of mort dancestor 
arraigned by Hugh son of William le Walker against John Fitz- 
Gocelin, tonching a mesuage and land in. 

m. 23 (18). Carmarthen (*' Kermerdyn "), the prior and convent of; simple pro- 
tection to, daring pleasure. Clarendon, 18th February. 

m. 17 (1). Carmarthen ('' Kermerdyn ") ; grant of murage to the men of. 
Westminster, 24th May. 

m. 14 (24). Carmelites, the ; grant to, (as it appears by an inquisition taken by 
Robert de Ufford, justiciar of Ireland, that before the grant made, 
by Roger Oweyn and rwo others, to, of 3 mesuages in the city of 
Dublin the citisens were wont to receive from each mesuage S^d.a 
year for landgable, and the heirs of Cecilia daughter of Robert de 
la Hide from the said mesuages 5f. a year, and the occupiers 
thereof to answer to the bailiffs of the said city for tallages, &c. at, 
by estimation, 6<f. a year, and as it appears by letters patent of the 
aforesaid Roger directed to the King that he the said Roger bound 
himself and his heirs to satisfy all who sustjun damage by the 
habitation of the friars in the said city) that they may enclose and 
inhabit the said mesnages and build their church there, and hold 
them, so enclosed, to them and their successors for ever. West- 
minster, 10th June. 

m. 13 (16). Cashel, David bishop of; mandate, to Robert de Ufford, justiciar of 
Ireland, to pittect, maintain, and defend Thomas Fitz-David and 
William Fitz-Clement, and the other cousins and friends of, in the 
rights and liberties granted to them long since by the King before 
he had undertaken the government of the kingdom. Westminster, 
10th June. 

m. 8 (3). Cashel, David archbishop of; letteis of attorney to, in favour of 
Gilbert Fitz-Matthew for Ireland. Westminster, 30th October. 

Cashio (Herts) ; see Croxley. 

m. 3d. (6l))« Casteme (Staff.) ; appointment of Walter de Hopton and John Fitz- 

Aer [to take the assise of novel disseisin] arraigned by William 
son of John de Ipstanes against Richard de Acouere and Beatrix 
his wife, touching land in. 

m. 17d. (59). Casterton, Qreat (Rutl.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and 

Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned 
by Amabil daughter of Hugh Fitzlve against Sarah late wife of 
John de Casterton and others, touching a mesuage and land in. 

m. S2d. (5). Castletou (Oxf.) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and Robert Malet 

to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by Alice Russel 
against Henry le Knight, touching a mesuage and land in. 

m. 12d. (37). Caton (^Lanc.) ; appointment of Geoffrey Aguillon and Alan de 

Walkingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Alan de Welleslet and John son of Simon de Caton against John 
Gernet and Ranulph de Daker, touching common of pasture in. 

m. 12d. (88). Caton (Lace.) ; appointment of same to take a similar assise ar- 
raigned by the said Alan and John against the said John Gremet, 
touching common of pasture in. 

ra. 8 (28). Caumuiir, Geoffrey de ; letters of attorney to, for Ireland, in fitTour 
(cedule.) of John de la Roche and John Clark, of Cacherad. Northampton, 
S6th July, 

m. 18 (52). Cawston, Brandestone, Swannington, Booton, and Haveringland 

(Norf.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday and Herbert de Stanhou 
to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Bertin son of 
Henry de Canston against Radulph son of Alexander le Marchaunt 
and others, touching a tenement m. 



DEPUTY KEEPER OP THE PUBLIC BEOOEDS. 37 

No. 1. — Calendar of Patent Rolls : 8 Edward I. — conHnued. 

m. 8d. (20). Cawston (Korf.) ; appointment of Rof^r I<OTeday and Bobert de 

Ladham to take the assise of novel diueisin arraigned by Godfrey 
de Caaston and Matilda his wife against John son of Alexander de 
Fallrugg' and others, toaching a tenement in. 

m. 21 (16). Ceme, the abbat and eonrent of; grant to, of a mesuage in the vill 

of Melcombe free from all rent, tallage, and suit of court, and of 
freedom to, and to their men and their servants of the abbey, firom 
every toll in the said vill, unless they should be merchants ; and 
grant to, of common of pasture for all manner of their cattle of 
Kappel betweeA the bounds of their manor of Rappel and the vill 
aforesaid and to their men and servants, until the place given to 
the King by the said abbat and convent in Melcombe shall be 
inhabited ** gente populari." Cirencester, 29th March. 

m. S5d. (40). Chaddleworth (Berks) ; appointment of Bobert Fnlconis and Bobert 

Malet to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Thomas de 
la Penue and BCabel his wife against John de Newebur' and others, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 24d. (19). Chaddleworth (Berks) ; appointment of same to take a similar assise 

arraigned by Geoflrey de Wanty against the prior of Lodres and 
others, touching a tenement in. 

Chadwick (Warw.) ; «ee Balsall. 

Chalford (Oxf.) ; 8ee Enstone, Broad. 

m. 18 (32). Chalgrove (OiLf.) ; appointment of Bobert Fulconis and Bobert Malet 

to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by Adam son of 
Emma FitzAbraham against John de Pageham and others, touchmg 
possessions in. 

m. Id. (18). Chalgrove (Oxf.) ; appointment of Bobert Fulconis and Walter de 

Agmodesham to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by 
Adam FitzEmma against John de Pageham and Margery his wife, 
touching land in. 

m. 27d. (67). Chalk, Great (Wilts) ; appointment of Bobert Fulconis and William 

de Brayboei to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by 
John de la Hale and Sarah his wife, Christina de Kettehou, and 
Isabel de Certisy against the abbess of WUton, touching posies- 
lions in. 

m. 22d. (62). Charfield (Glouc.) ; appointment of Bobert Fulconis and Giles de 

Berkeley to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by Wil- 
liam de Wauton against Bobert Vel, touching a mesnage and land 
in. 

m. 20d. (31). Charfield (Glouc.) ; appointment of Bobert Fulconis and Giles de 

Berkeley to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by Wil- 
liam de Wanton against John le Messer, touching a mesuage and 
land in. 

m. 24d. (7). Charlecoate (*' Chaluerescote ") (Warw.) ; appointment of Badulph 

de Hengham and Boger le Waleys to take the assise of novel 
disseisiu arraigned by William Si ward against John le Fevre and 
Alice his wife, touching common of pasture in. 

m. 12d. (32). Charlton (** Cherlton ") (Berks) ; appointment of Bobert Fulconis 

and Bobert Malet to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Bichard le Trisur against Simon de la Wyk' and others, touching a 
tenement in. 

m. 19d. (22). Charlton (Wilts) $ appointment of Bobert Fulconis and Bobert 

Malet to take thu attaint arraigned by Bobert Hoppegrace and 
Acelina his wife, Juliana and Isabel her sisters, and Henry Es- 
turmy against Boger son of B^nald de Scotestun, touching a 
tenement in. 

n. 12d. (14). Charlton (Wilts); appointment of Bobert Fnlconis and William 

de Brayboef to take the certification between Boger de Stotescumb' 
and Ascelina daughter of Beginald de Stotescumbe and others, 
touching a tenement in. 



88 APPENDIX TO THE FORTY-NINTH REPORT OP THE 

No. 1. — Calendar of Patent Bolls : 8 Edward l.-^continued. 

m. ISd. (39). Charnock (<* Chemoc '0 (Lane) ; appointment of Oeoffirey Aguillon 

and Alan de Walkingham to take the asBise of mort dancestor 
arraigned bj Henrj son of Thomas de Chemoo against Thomas de 
Chemoe, toaching a mesuage and land in. 

m. lid. (40). Chartham (Kent) ; appointment of John de Cobham and Roger de 

Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Ive 
son of I ye de Shilingeheld against Richard de Shamelesford and 
others, toaching a tenement in. 

m* 19 (19). Chaucumbe, Aonger de $ grant to, for life, of the office which Adam 
le Maunseir, of Horton, had in the priory of S. Swithon, Winches- 
ter, of the gift of Henry HI., and which, by the demise of the sud 
Adam, is m the King's gift by reason of the Yoidanoe of the 
bishopric of Winchester, which is in the King's custody. West- 
minster, 1 7th May. 

m. 7 (16). Chaumbre, Hamo de la ; commisimus to, for long service done to the 
King and the Queen-Consort, of the custody of the gate of Windsor 
Castle, daring good behayioor. Newstead-in-Sherwood, 2nd 
Aogost. 

m. 88 (9). Cbanncy, Joseph de, the treasurer ; acquittance to, of various sums 
paid by the Kiag's mandate to divers persons, oat of the anm of 
8,000 marks dehvered to, by Master Reymand de Nogeriis, long 
since Papal Nuncio and collector of the tenth in aid of the Holy 
Land granted in England, in 2 Edward I. Windsor, 26th Novem- 
ber. 

m. 15 (7). Chauncy, Joseph de, constat, on an inspezimus of a chirograph made 
thereon between, and Master Thomas Bek, keeper of the King's 
wardrobe, that he delivered to the said Thomas in the said ward- 
robe four pairs of letters, viz., one letter of the King of France 
touching the acquittance of 1,000/. delivered to him for the acqait- 
tanee of the King's jewels ; one from the King touching a loan 
contracted of 12,000 marks; another directed to John de London 
touching the delivery of all the King's jewels to the said Joseph ; 
and another of the Master of the Knights Templars touching the 
acquittance of certain debts. Westminster, 2nd June. 

m. 14 (8). Chauncy, Joseph de, prior of the Hospital of S. John of Jerusalem in 
England ; protection to, with clause : Volumus. Westminster, 
8th June. 

m. 12 (4). Chauncy, Joseph de, prior of the Knights Hospitallers in England ; 
note of the livery to Geoffrey de Neubald, chancellor of the exche- 
quer, by (on the Thursday in the week of Pentecost, 8 Edward I., 
at Westminster) of three obligatory scripts touching sums due 
from the King to certain foreign merchants (one being a dedimus 
potestatem to borrow). Westminster, 10th June. 

nL 12 (11). The same ; acquittance to, from rendering any account to the Crown 
in the office of the treasurership or in the other offices to which he 
has been appointed, and in which he has served fieiithfally. As 
above. 

m. 12 (15). The same, lon^ since treasurer of the exchequer ; acquittance to, of 
the scripts, Sliver^ gold, jewels, and all other the Kmg's goods in 
his possession at any time, he having restored them to the EJng. 
As above. 

m. lOd. (43). Cheddington (** Chetendon ") (Bucks) ; appointment of Robert Ful- 

conis and Robert Malet to take the assise of mort dancestor 
arraigned by John son of Radulph Fyman against Master John de 
Wauton, parson of the church of Cheddington, touching land in. 

m. 9d. (87). Cheddington (Bucks) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and QeoSrey 
de Leukcnore to take the jury arraigned by Muriel late wife of 
Radulph Vyman a^inst Master Jolm, parson of the church of 
Cheddmgton, toachmg the dower of the said Muriel in. 



DEPUTY K£EP£B OF THE PUBJLIC BEOOBDS. 39 

No. 1. — Calendar of Patent Rolls : 8 Edward I- — •continued, 

m. 18 (91). Cheddleton (" Chetelton ") (Staff.); appointment of Badulph de 

Hengham and.Beginald de Legh to take the assise of noirel disseisin 
arraigned by Jthe abbat of Deulacre a^inst Banulph FitzPeter 
and others, touching common of pasture in. 

m. 27d. (82). Ched worth (Glouc.) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and Giles de 

Berkeley to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by the abbat 
of Evesham against William de Beauchamp, Earl of Warwick, and 
others, toaching a tenement in. 

in. 25d. (82). Chedworth [Glonc] ; association of Walter de Helian with the said 

Bobert and Giles to take a similar assise arraigned by the said abbat 
against the said earl, touching a tenement in. 

in. 23d. (11). Chedworth [Glouc] ; association of same with same to take a similar 

assise arraigned by the said abbat against the said earl and others, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 23d. (16). Chedworth (Glouc.) ; association of same with same to take a similar 

assise between same, touching a tenement in. 

Chelewarton (Southt.) ; see Chillerton. 

m. 24d. (25). Chelmsford (Essex) ; appointment of Boger Loveday and Bobert de 

Ludham to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by Thomas 
FitzJoan against Walter Elis and Avelina his wife, touching a 
mesuage in. 

m. 18d. (43). Chelmsford (Essex) ; appointment of John de Lovetot and Boger de 

Leicester to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by Thomas 
son of Joan de Leyes against Walter Elis and Avelina his wife, 
touching a mesuage in. 

m. 18d. (15). Chelsfield and Cudham (" Codham ") (Kent) ; appointment of John 

de Cobham and Boger de Leicester to take the assise of novel 
disseisin arraigned by William son of 'Bobert de Cackote against 
GUbert de Cackote, touching a tenement in. 

m« 13d. (17). Chelsham (Surr.) ; appointment of John de Ck>bham and Boger 

de Leicester to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by 
John le Gest and Sibyl his wife, and Alice her sister, against 
Nicholas le Knape and Katherine his wife, touching land in. 

m. 22d. (25). Chelworth (" Chelesworth ") Great (Wilts) ; appointment of Bobert 

Fulconis and William de Brayboef to take the assise of mort dan- 
cestor arraigned by Bobert son of Bichard de Latton against 
Nicholas de Baddebir* and Philip le But, touching a mesuage and 
land in. 

Cherleton (Staff.) ; see Chorlton. 

m. 18 (57). Chertsey (Surr.) ; appointment of John de Cobham and Boger de 

Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Thomas 
le King against Bichard de Bangeworth, touching a tenement in. 

m. lOd. (89). Cheshunt (" Chcsthunt") (Herts) ; appointment of W. de Burenton 

andElias de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by the abbat of Waltham Cross against William de Kersebrok', 
touching a watercourse diverted in, to the nusance of his fireehold 
in Wal&am Cross (Essex). 

m. 2d. (87). Cheshunt [Herts] ; appointment of John de Lovetot and Boger de 

Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by l^&rsilia 
late wife of Master Michael de Hathfeld against Philip de Culinge 
and Moses (" Moysen ") List, toaching a tenement in. 

m. 19d. (48). Chesterfield (" Cestrefeld ") (Derb.) ; appointment of Nicholas de 

Stapleton to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by Th. 
Aunsel, of Chesterfield, and Matilda his wife against John Fitz- 
Emma, touching a mesuage in. 

2D. Id. (20). Chevening (" Chyuenyng ") (Kent) ; appointment of John de Cobham 

and Boger de Leicester to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned 
by Bobert de Stanegrave and Boger his brother against Adam (or 
Ada) de Chyuenyng, touching land in. 



40 APPENDIX TO THE FORTY-NINTH REPORT OF THE 

No. I. — Calendar of Patent Rolls : 8 Edward I. — continued, 

m. 23 (19). Ckicheater, S [tephen] , bishop of, and the dean and chapter of ; mandate 

to, to cause to he re-affixed to the bier of S. Richard of Chichester 
certain jewels hitely affixed thereto and afterwards removed there- 
from, since, it is alleged, that the said bishop is nnwiiling to cause 
them to be replaced, without baring asked permission of the King, 
and the King believes that the recovery of the jewels has happen^ 
^ divinitUif ." Clarendon, 18ch February. 

m. 15d. (63). Chichester, commission of gaol delivery for, to John de Wauton, 

Radnlph de Berners, John de Abbemun, and William Maufe. 

m. 19d. (29). Chilham (Kent) ; appointment of John de Cobham and Elias de 

Bekingbam to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by John 
de Ensinge against lUchard de Shamelesford and others, touching 
a tenement in. 

m. 17d. (16). Chilham (Kent) ; appointment of John de Cobham and Roger de 

Leicester to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by Henry 
de Holiane against Roger de Gylmaneston, touching possessions in. 

m. I7d. (34). Chilham (Kent) ; appointment of same to take a similar assise 

arraigned by the said Henry against Roger de Tylemaneston, 
touching possessions in. 

m. 12d. (57). Chilham [Kent] ; association of Roger de Leicester with John de 

Cobham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by John de 
Ensinge against Richard de Shamelesford and others, touching a 
tenement in. 

m. lOd. (37). Chilham [Kent] ; association of Roger de Norwood with John de 

Cobham to ta&e the assise of mort dancestor arrai^ed by Henry 
de Holiane against Roger de TiUemaneston, touching possessions 
in. 

m. 15d. (4). Chillerton ('< Chelewarton ") (Southt.) ; appointment of Robert 

Fulconis and William de Brayboef to take the assise of novel 
disseisin arraigned by Mariota Panchard against Thomas Oede and 
others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 23d. (12). Chillington (Staff.) ; appointment of Radulph de Hengham and 

Reginald de Leye to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Thomas de la Hide against John Giffard of Chillington and others, 
touching common of pasture in. 

m, 23d. (17). Chillington (Staff.) ; appointment of same to take a similar assise 

between same, touching a tenement in. 

m. 16d. (4). Chillington (Staff.) ; appointment of Radulph de Hengham and 

Reginald de Legh to tf^e the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
John son of Geoffrey de la Hide against Robert FitzGeoff&y and 
others, touching a tenement in. 

Chilton Danvers (Berks.) ; see Winterboum Danvers. 

m. 7d. (24). Chinachir (Lane.) ; appointment of Geoffrey Aguillon and Alan de 

Walkingham to take the assise arraigned by Richard de Rodes 
against the abbat of Kirkstall and others, touching a hedge 
destroyed in. 

m. 4d. (20). Chipin (York.) ; appointment of Geoffrey Aguillon and Alan de 

Walkingham to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by 
Hawise daughter of Henry del Haselhirst and Matilda her sister 
and Robert de Merlay against Adam (or Ada) FitzChristiana, 
touching a mesuage and hmd in. 

m. 7d. (30). Chippeleye (Suff.) ; appointment of Ro^er Loveda^ and Robert de 

Ludham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Matilda 
Passelewe against Walter son of Humphrey de Pentelawe and 
others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 27d. (47). Chippenham (Wilts.) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and William 

de Brayboef to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Roger 
Fayn, of Chippenham, against Henry Hamon and others, touching a 
tenement in. 



DEPUTY KEEPER OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS. 41 

No. 1. — Calendar of Patent Bolls : 8 Edward I. — continued. 

m. 13 (24). Chirbuiy ; cong^ d*^lire to the canons of, vice Osbert, the late prior 

of, resigned. Odiham, 23rd Jane. 

nu 1 1 C^)> Chirbury, assent to the election of Greoffrey de Menedep, canon of 

Wormele as prior of; and significamus to Th. bishop of Hereford 
or his Ticegerent in pursuance. Selebum', 6th July. 

m. 7(17). Chirbury, restitution of temporalities to Geoffrey de Menedep*, 
canon of Wrmeley, as prior-elect of, hb postulation having been 
confirmed by Master 'William de Monifort, precentor of Here- 
ford, vice Th. the bishop of Hereford then " extra regnum agens," 
and his fealty taken ; and mandate of iutendenoe and respondence 
in pursuance to the tenants of the Priory. Ncwstead-in-Sherwood, 
2nd August. 

m. 7 (18). Concurrent mandate of livery in pursuance to Bogo de Knooiir or 
his locum-tenens. 

m. 6d. (51). Chirton, West (Northumbr.) ; appointment of Geoffrey Aguillon and 

A\a.n de Walkiugham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by Badnlph Fitz William and Jjecia his wife against Roger abbat 
of S. Alban's, and William prior of Tynemouth, touching a 
tenement in. 

m. 18d. (16). Cholynton (Suss.) ; appointment of John de Cobham and Roger de 

licicester to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Matilda 
late wife 'of Jordan Corueys against Roger de Wares, touching a 
tenement in. 

m. 18d. (76). Chorlton (*' Cherleton ") CStaff.) ; appointment of Radulph de Heng- 

ham and Reginald de Legh to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Robert Corbet against William de Cotes and others, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. Id. (8). Chrishall (*- Crisliale **) (Essex) ; appointment of John de Lovetot 
and John de Cobham to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned 
by Simon son of William de Chesewik' against Robert de Ros, 
touching possessions in. 

m. S7d. (44). Christchurch Twynham (Southt.) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis 

and William de Brayboef to take the assise of mort dancestor 
arraigned by John son of John Couere against Roger Couere and 
others, touching two mesuages in. 

m» S7d. (71). Christchurch and Twynham (Southt.) ; appointment of Robert 

Fulcunis and Giles de Berkeley to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by John Wrenche against Hugh atte Brigge and others, 
touching a tenement in. 

m, 2 2d. (39). Churchill (Oxf.) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and Robert 

Malet to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by William 
Selkeneberd against Richard Runcy, touching a mesuage and land 
in. 

m. 14d. (51). Churchill (Oxf.) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and Robert Malet 

to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by John . son of 
Andrew de Churchehull' against John le King* and Henry de Reues, 
touching a mesuage and land in. 

m. 12d. (80). Churchill (Oxf.) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and Robert Malet 

to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by John son of 
Andrew de ChtrchehuU against Roger de Nodariis and others, 
touching a tenement in. 

10.50.(84). Church Over (**Chirche Wauere*') and Cotesothewold (Warw.); 

appointment of Radulph de Hengham and Robert le Waleys to 
take the jury arraigned by Alice de W^auere against Jordan abbat 
of Combe, touching a tenement in. 

m. 6 (21). ChjTtecumbe ; presentation, directed to the keeper of the spiritualities 
of the bishopric of Winchester, of Hugh de Leghford, to the church 
of, void ;and in the King's ^ift b^ reason of the voidance of the 
bishopric of Winchester, which is m his hands. 



42 APPENDIX TO THE POBTY-NINTH BEPOBT OP THE 

No. 1. — Calendar of Patent Eolls : 8 Edward I. — continued. 

m. 24d. (16). Cilbetey (Line.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and EUas de 

Beklngham to take the jury arraigned by William son of Mariota 
de Ciibetej against RantUph son of William de Cilbetey and others, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 2 Id. (54). Cirencester (*' Cjrenc* ") (Glouc.) ; appointment of Robert Pulconis 

and Giles de Berkeley to take the assise of novel disseisin arraifned 
by Boger de Duntesbum and Margaret his wife against Sumpnrey 
de la Harre, of Cirencester, and o^ers, touching a tenement in. 

m. 12 (16). CiBteaux, the abbat of; letters of attorney to^ in favour of Imbert le 
ConveiB, of Cisteauz, and John de Kay ton. Westminster, 10th 
June. 

m. 4 (IS). Cistercian Order, the ; precept to all sherifEs, &c. for the immediate 
arrest of yagabond monks and converts of. Rokingham, 11th 
October. 

m. 25d. (2). Clandon C* Clendon ") Begin (Surr.) ; appointment of John de 

Cobham and Boger de Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Peter Atteputte, of Clandon Regis, against John atte 
Waterre, touching a tenement in. 

m. 20d. (17). Clapton (*' Clopton '') (Cambr.) ; appointment of Boger Loveday 

and Robert de Ludham to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned 
by Richard son of Simon de la Ryue against Stephen son of 
Geoffrey de la Ryue, touching land in. 

m. 24d. (23). Clapton ("Clopton") (Glouc); appointment of Robert Pulconis 

and Giles de Berkeley to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by William de Luyton and Beatrix his wife against Master Hugh 
de Evesham and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 22 (26). Clare, Bogo de, going by licence to parts beyond seas, simple pro- 
tection to. Down Ampney, 4th March. 

m. 28 (6). Clare, Gilbert de, earl of Gloucester and Hertford ; letters of attorney 
to, in fayonr of John de Clare, for Ireland. Windsor, 28th 
November. 

m. 2 (2). Clare, Gilbert de, earl of Gloucester and Hertford ; letters of attorney 
to, in favour of John de Peyton, for Ireland. Westminster, 7th 
November. 

m. 2 (26). The same ; licence to, to fish and fowl (" riueandi ") in the whole 
season of the present year in all the forbidden rivers of the King in 
Somerset and Dorset, and in the river of Kenet. Westminster, 
15th November. 

m. 28 (8). Clare, Richard de, formerly earl of Gloucester and Hertford, one of 
the heirs of Walter Marshall, earl of Pembroke, and Anselm his 
brother ; inspeximus and exemplification of letters patent to, dated 
at Beading, 9th May, 31 Henry III., touching the purparty pertain- 
ing to him of the inheritance of the aforesaid Walter and Anselm 
in Ireland. {See ** Calendar of Documents relating to Ireland, 
1252-1284," p. 825.] 

m. lOd. (23). Claverdon (" Chiuerton ") (Warw.) ; appointment of Badulph de 

Hengham and Beginald de Legh to take the assise of novel dis- 
seisin arraigned by the prior of S. Sepulchre, Warwick, against 
Peter de Wolwardinton and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 16d. (20). Clavering (Essex) ; appointment of John de Lovetot and Boger de 

Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Hubert 
la V eiley against Bichard son of William de Clarering and others, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 18 (60). Claverley (Salop) ; appointment of Badulph de Hengham and 
Beginald de Legh to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
John de Gattacre against William de Begge and William & Mora, 
touching conunon of pasture in. 

m. Id. (65). CUydop (" Cleydon ") (Suff.) ; appointment of John de Lovetot 

and Bobert de Ludham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by Adam de la Sale, of Claydon, against Bichard de Breuse and 
others, touching a tenement in. 



DEPUTT KKEPISB OP THE PUBLIC R£GOia>S. 43 

No. 1. — Calendar of Patent Bolls : 8 Edward l^-^ontimted. 

m. 25d. (78). Clenchwarton, South (Norf.) ; appointment of Roger Lovedaj and 

Robert de Ludham to take the assise of norel disseisin arraigned 
by John FitzJuliana against John FitzWalter and others, touching 
a tenement in. 

m. 22 (15)* Clere, Nicholas de, clerk; commisimus to, during pleasure, of the 

custody of the manor and castle of Taunton (Somerset) late of 
N[icho]as] late bishop of Winchester, deceased, which are in the 
King's hands by reason of the voidance of the bishopric, which is 
in the hands of the King. Down Ampney, 3id March. 

m. 22 (16). Concurrent mandate of intendence and respondence in pursuance to 

the tenants of the manor and castle aforesaid. 

Cleveley (Oxf.) ; see Enstone, Broad. 

m. 7d. (22). Cliff (" Clyue"), Over (Warw.); appointment of Radulph de Heng- 

ham and Reginald de Legh to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigpied by Richard de WiUouescote against Henry de Clyue and 
others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 28 (7). Clifford, Roger de, John de Louetot, Geoffrey de Picheford, and 

William dc Hamelton ; appointment of, as justices itinerant *' hac 
vice " for pleas of the forest in co. Southampton ; and mandate of 
intendence and respondence in pursuance in favour of, to the arch- 
bishops, &c. Windsor, 28th November. 

m. 25 (28). Clifford, Roger de, senior, John de Luvetot, Qeoffre^ de Pycheford, 

and William de HameIton\ appointment of, as justices itinerant for 
pleas of the forest in co. Southampton ; and mandate of intendence 
and respondence in favour of, in pursuance to the men of that 
county. Winchester, 6th January. 

m. 20 (15). Clifford, Roger de, senior, Matthew de Columbers, Adam Gurdnn, 

and William de Hamelton ; appointment of, as justices itinerant in 
CO. Berks for pleas of forest this turn. Bristol, 23rd April. 

m. 15 (8). Clifford, Roger de, Matthew de Columbers, Adam Gordun, and 
William de Hamelton; appointment of, as justices itinerant for 
pleas of the forest in co. Wilts ; with mandate of intendence and 
respondence in favour of, to the men of Wilts. Westminster, 3rd 
June. 

m. 15d. (62). Clifton (Beds.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and EHas de 

Bekingham to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by John 
de Shelteringdon and Matilda his wife and Ascelina her sister 
against Hugh Blundel and Cecilia late wife of John le Marescal, 
touching a mcsnage in. 

m. 2d. (7). Clifton (Devon) ; appointment of Walter de Wimborne and Thomas 

de S. Vigor to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Philip 
du.Pont against William de Punchardun and others, touching a 
tenement in. 

m. 19d. (16). Clifton (Lane.) ; appointment of Geoffrey Aguillon and Alan de 

Walkingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Hugh 
le Mej and Alice his wife against Henry de Trafford and others, 
touching common of pasture m. 

m. 19d. (20). Clifton (Lane.) ; appointment of same to take the assise of mort 

dancestor arraigned by Hugh son of Alexander le Mey and Alice 
his wife, Richard le Tumur and Cecilia his wife, and John le 
Yache and Margeiy his wife, against Henry de Tre^ord, touching 
possessions in. 

in.28d. (69). Clifton (Oxf.) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and Robert Malet 

to take the certification arraigned by John de la Wyk' and Matilda 
his wife against Robert de Ledebur, touching a tenement in. 

m. 5d. (21). Clipston (Northt) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Ellas 

de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Robert FitzMildene against Radulph atte Bern' and others, 
touching a tenement in. 



44 APPENDIX TO THE POBTY-NINTH REPOBT OF THE 

No. l.^-Calendar of Patent Bolls: 8 Edward I. — continued. 

m. 6d. (88). CHtheroe ("Cliderhowe") (Lane); appointment of Geoffrey 

A^uillon and Alan de Walkingham to take the assise of mort 
dancestor arraigned by Hugli son of John del Hacking against 
Hugh son of Hugh de Clyderhowe, touching fbnr mesuages and 
land in. 

m. 5d, (19). Clodeshal' (Wore.) ; appointment of Bohert Fulconis and Giles de 

Berkeley to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by John 
de Incebem-e against Geofirey de la Chaumbre and others, touching 

m. 5d. (20). common of pasture in ; and a similar assise arraigned by the said 

John against liobert Pynel, touching common of pasture in 
Morton. 

m. 8 (15). Clonmacnois (** Cluon' ") ; mandate to Bobert de Ufford, justiciar of 
Ireland, or his locum-tenens there, to take the fealty, in the King's 
name, of the friar minor, who has been elected, without licence (the 
messenger who brought the letters for obtaining cong^ d*elire to the 
King having died on the way), by the dean and chapter of, as bishop 
of, vice Thomas late bishop of, deceased, in case of his election 
being confirmed, and to restore the temporalities of the said bishopric 
to him with the usual proviso. Langley, 20th July. 

CIoptoQ (Cambr.) ; see Clapton. 

m. 11 (17). Cloyne ("Clonen"'), Alan bishop of; simple protection to. 

m. 9 (7). Cloyne ('' Colon' "), Alan bishop of, staying in Ireland; letters of 
attorney to, in favour of William Keting* and Thomas Fitz-Bichard. 
Seleburn', 10th July, 

m. 9d. (40). Clumbury (" Clumbir* ") (Salop) ; appointment of Badnlphde Hen^« 
ham and Keginald de Legh to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by the prior of Wenlock against Hugh le Engleys and 
others, touching conunon of pasture in. 

m. 15d. (55). Cobbere (Dors.) ; appointment of Bobert Fulconis and William de 

Brayboef to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by William 
son of Bobert de Sturministr' against Henry Prouet, touching 
common of pasture in. 

m. 23 (82). Cobham, John de, and Adam de Wintou' ; appointment of, to levy to 
the King's behoof of the debts late of condemned Jews who were 
fiigitive, converts to Christianity, and others whose chattels have 
been forfeited to the King for clipping the coin. Marlborough, 
26th February. 

m. 18d. (62). Cobham, John de, and Boger de Leicester; appointment of, to take 

the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by John Beynaud against 
Alice late wife of Beginald le Pestour, touching (sic) (Kent). 

m. 15 (17). Cobham, John de ; commisimus to, for life, of the farm of the city 

of Bochester, at the annual rent commonly paid by the citizens 
lately farmers thereof; and of the custody of the castle of the said 
city, Westminster, 8rd June. 

m. 15 (18). Concurrent mandate of livery in pursuance to Badulph de Sandwich, 

the King's seneschal. 

m. 15d. (59). Cobham, John de, and B. de Norwod ; appointment of, to hear 

and determine the appeal of Joan late wife of Bobert Attebrigg* 
in the county court of Surrey against Henry Is Caretter and Alice 
his wife and Edmund de Wikham, touching the death of the said 
Bobert, formerly her hosband. Westminster, .'>th June. 

m. lOd. (32). Cobham, John de, and Boger de Leicester; appointment of, to take 

the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Margaret late wife of 
I Boger de Woteringebery against Bartholomew de Woteringebery 

(«ic) (Kent). 

m. 7d. (96). Cockermouth (" Cokemowe") (Cumbr.) ; appointment of Geoffrey 

Aguillon and Alan de Walkingham to take the assise of mort 
dancestor itrraigned by Walter son of William Horsesmith against 
Hugh le Mareschal, touching a mesuage in. 



DEPUTY KEEPEB OF THE PUBLIC BECORDS. 4o 

No, 1. — Calendar of Patent Bolls : 8 Edward I. — cofUinued^ 

m. 6d. (16). Cockennoath C'Cokermowe") (Cnmbr.) ; appointment of same to 

take a similar assise arrai^ed bj Alexander Bamn against Robert 
Redhod and others, toacbmg a mesuage in. 

m. 6d. (29). Cockermouth (Cumbr.) ; appointment of same to take the assise of 

novel disseisin arraigned by Alice late wife of Patrick FitzMartin 
against John son of Richard de Kirkeby and others, touching a 
tenement in. 

m. 6d. (58). Cockermoath (Cambr.) ; appointment of same to take the assise of 

mort dancestor arraigned by Mathew son of Alexander FitzGilbert 
against Richard le Fleshewere, touching a mesuage in. 

m. 5d. (52). Cockermouth (" Kokermue ") (Cumbr.) ; appointment of Geoffrey 

Aguillon and Alan de Walkingham to lake the assise of mort 
dancestor arraigned by Emma daughter of Waldef de Kokermue 
against Walter le Fishere and Robert Redhod, touching a mesuage 
and land in. 

m. 25d. (74). Coddenham (Suff.) ; appointment of Ro^er Loveday and Robert de 

Ludbam to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Robert 
Formage against Saer de Neuton and Nicholas de Perham, touching 
a tenement in. 

m. 24d. (69). Codford (Wilts) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and William de 

Brayboef to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by Matilda 
. daughter of John Sigge and Joan her sister against John le Fevre^ 
touching a mesuage and land in. 

m. 4d. (69). Codicote (''Kudecote ") (Herts) ; appointment of John de Lovetot 

and Roger de Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraign^ by Richard de Cisseuem against the.abbat of S. Albania 
and Hugh le Taillur, touching common of pasture in. 

xn. 18 (2). Codinton (Derb.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias 
de Bekingham to take the asbise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Emma daughter of Fain le Fevre against Thomas FitzElias, 
touching a tenement in. 

nu 18 (8). Codinton (Derb.) ; appointment of same to take a similar assise 
arraigned by Pain le Fevre against the said Thomas, touching a 
tenement in. 

m. 22d. (16). Colby (Norf.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday and Robert de Lud> 

ham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Richard son 
of John de Antyngham and Thomas son of Walter de Felmyng- 
ham against AUce daughter of Richard le Siwur and others^ 
toQching a tenement in. 

m. 1 7d. (85). Colby (Norf.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday and Robert de Lud- 
bam to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Robert de 
Castro against Richard Grey and Robert atte Halle, touching a 
tenement in. 

m. 1 Id. (48). Colby (Westmorel.) ; appointment of Geoffrey Aguillon and Alan 

de Walkingham to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by 
John son of Thomas de Goldintou against John son of Hugh de 
Colleby, junior, touching land in. 

m. 16 (6). (Colchester, the abbat of S. John's at, going by licence to parts 
beyond seas ; protection to, with clause : rolumus, Westminater, 
29th May. 

m. Id. (36). Colchester (Essex) ; appointment of John de Lovetot and Roger de 

Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Matilda 
late wife of Radnlph le Brewer* against Walter Galingal', touching 
a tenement in. 

m, 85d. (27). Colchester ; commission of gaol delivery for, to William de Aete, 

Laurence de Plumberewe, William de Lodewyk', and John le Bretun. 

m. 20d. (52). Colchester ; commission of gaol delivery for, to William de Aete, 

Laurence de Plumberwe, William de liodewik, and John le Breton. 

m* 5d. (92). Colchester ; commission of gaol delivery for, to William de Aete> 

Laurence de Plumberwe» John le Bretun, and William de Lodewik'. 



46 APPJBNWX TO THE FORTY-NINTH BBPORT OP THE 

No. 1. — Calendi&r of Patent Bolls: 8 Edward I. — continued, 

m. 2d. (9). Colchester; cominisBion of saol deli very for, to William de Aete, 
Laarence de Plamberwe, William de Lodwik', and John le Breton. 

m. lld«^(77). Coleshasel (Salop) ; appointment of Radulph de Hengham and 

Reginald de Legh to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
bj Richard son of Stephen de Ocle and Lucy his wife against 
William de llcirebeje, touching a tenement in. 

m. 7d. (5). Coleshill (Warw.) ; appointment of Radulph de Hengham and 
Henry de Sheldon to take the assise of darrein presentment 
arraigned by John de Clinton, senior, against John de Clinton, 
junior, touching the church of. 

m. 8d. (45). Coleshill*in-Ardem (Warw.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton 

and Blias de Bekingham to take the assise of mort dancestor 
arraigned by Matilda daughter of Reginald le Sutter against 
Thomas Sitewel, touching a mesuage in. 

m. 9d. (2S). Colmworth (" Colmorthe ") (Beds) ; appomtment of Robert Ful* 

conis and Robert Malet to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arrai^ed by Is. de LungeviU against Wymond Chaun and others, 
touchmg a tenement in. 

m. 18 (25). Colue Engaine (Essex) ; appointment of John de Cobham and 

Roger de Leicester to take the assise of mort dancestor arnugned 
by Walter le Breton against Richard vicar of the church of Colne 
and John Testard, touching a mesuage and land in. 

m. lid. (80). Colrugge (Berks) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and Robert 

Malet to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Henry 
Sinuari against Geoffrey de Wancy and others, touching a tenement 
in. 

m. 8d. (7). Coltishall (" Raultesh '*) (Norf.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday 
and Robert de Ludham to take the assise of mort dancestor 
arraigned by Walter Fycard and Margaret his wife and Agatha 
her sister against Thomas de Hackeford and others, touching land 
in. 

m, lid. (54). Cotton (Devon) ; appointment of Walter de Wimbome and Thomas 

de S. Vigor to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
William le Fam' against Richard de Hiwys and others, touching a 
tenement in. 

m. 18d. (80). Colton (Staif.) ; appointment of Radulph de Hengham and Reginald 

de Legh to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Robert 
de Pipe against Adam (or Ada) de Colewich and others, touching 
common of pasture in. 

m« 7d. (18). Colton (Staff.) ; appointment of Radulph de Hengham and Reginald 

de Legh to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by William 
son of Matilda de Uttokeshather and Juliana his wife against 
Henry son of Hugh de Colton and John Griffin, touching common 
of pasture in. 

m. 5d. (15). Colton (Staff.) ; appointment of Radulph de Hengham and Reginald 

de Leye to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by John de 
Colton against Henry de C)olton and others, touching common of 
pasture in. 

Colton (Staff.) ; see Lozley, 

m. 27d. (28). Colum and Yuele (Devon) ; appointment of Walter de Wimbome 

to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Reginald de 
Cliff* against Peter FitzWarin and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 18 (10). Colum and Yeuele (Devon) ; appointment of Solomon de Rochester 
and William de Brayboef to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Reginald de Cliff* against Peter son of Alan Fitz- 
Warin and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 24 (4). Columbers, Matthew de ; grant to, of the office of the King's ganger 
in England and of that of chamberlain of the Eing*s wines therein 
for life, so that he serve those offices in his own person, unless pre« 
vented by illness ; with all the issues thereof, and 20 marks a year 
for his support. Winchester, 6th January. 



DEPUTY KEEPER OF THE PUBLIC REGOBDS. 47 

No. 1. — Calendar of Patent Bolls : 8 Edward I. — coiUinued, 



m. 8 (3). Ck>liimber8, Matthew de ; giant to, in fee-simple, of the houses in 
Cattestrete, in the parish of S. Laurence, in the city of London, 
late of Aaron Crespjn, a Jew, who was hanged for a trespass 
against the coinage. Iiangley, 17th July. 

m. l'(19)« Colnmhers, Blatthew de, the King's chamberlain; appointment of, 
as ganger in all the ports of the kingdom. Westminster, ISth 
November. 

m. 1 (30). The same ; three pairs of the same letters. Same date. 

m« ISd. (55). 0>lGn (?) and luele (Devon) ; appointment of Walter de Wimbum 

and Thomas de S. Vigor to toke the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Reginald de Clifford against Peter (" Petrus ") son 
of Alan Eitz-Warin and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. ? (28). Combe, the abbat and convent of; licence to, to bay and hold in 
mortmain the lands and tenements of Adam de Vescy in Herde- 
burgh' which are of their fee. Kewstead-in-Sherwood, Srd August. 

m. lid. (68). Comberton (Cambr.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday and Robert 

de Ludham to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by John 
son of Walter de Cumberton against William le Frannceis, touching 
land in. 

in. 2d. (89). Comberton (^ Cumberton") (Cambr.) ; appointment of Roger Love- 
day and Robert de Ludham to take the assise of mort dancestor 
arraigned by John del Eglise against the prior of Barnwell, 
touching land in. 

m. 2d. (58). Comberton (Cambr.) ; appointment of same to take a similar assise 

arraigned by John atte Chirch against the prior of Barnwell, 
touching land in. 

Comenor (Oxf.) ; see Cumnor. 

m. 20 (80). Compton ; presentation, directed to the keeper of the 'spiritualities 
of [the bishopric] of Winchester, of Radulph de Middelton to the 
church of, void and in the King's gift by the voidance of the said 
bishopric. Windsor, 9th May. 

m. 24d. (21). Compton, East (Berks)*; appointment of Robert Fulconis and Robert 

Malet to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by Alice de 
la Toneshende against the abbess of Wherwell, touching posses- 
sions in. 

m. 13d. (51). Compton- Wyniates (" Cumpton atte Windyate") (Warw.) ; appoint- 
ment of Nicholas de Stapelton and Elias de Bekingham to take 
the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by Thomas de Bradeford 
against Isabel late wife of William de Bradeford, touching a 
mesuage and land in. 

m. 28 (2). Comyn, Amabel ; letters of attorney to, for Ireland, in favour of 

Nicholas Comyn. Windsor, 28th November. 

m« 4 (18). Comyn, Amabel, staying by licence in Scotland ; letters of attorney 
to, in favour of Richard Comyn and Nicholas Comyn for England. 
Westminster, 24th October. 

m. dd. (33). Congham (Norf.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday and Robert de 

Ludham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Fina 
late wife of William son of William de Congham against William 
de Congham and others, touching a tenement in. 

C^kley (Suff.) ; see Huntingfield. 

m. 1 Id. (8). Copdock (Saff.) ; appointment of Ro^er Loveday and Robert de 

Ludham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Jul[iana] 
late wife of Robert Sampson against Robert de Coppedok' and 
others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 7d. <d5). Copdock (Sufl.) ; appointment of Thomas de Weyland and Robert 

du Bois to take the assise of darrein presentment arraigned by 
Ceofihrey de Dodenesse against Robert de Coppedeok', touching 
the church of. 



48 APPENDIX TO THE FORTY-NINTH REPORT OP THE 

No. 1. — Calendar of Patent Rolls : 8 Edward I. — continued, 

m. I9d. (18). Copicote (Oxf.) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and Robert Malet 

to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned bjr Andrew son of 
Henr^ le Keu against John le Waleys, touching a mesuage and 
land m. 

m. 8 (31). Corbet, Nicholas, and Margery his wife ; letters of attorney to, for 
England, in favoar of William Andrea and William le Seijaunt. 
Langley, 20th Jaly. 

m. lid. (41). Corbridge (Northumbr.) ; appointment of Geofirey Aguillun and 

Alan de Wnlkingham to take the assise of mort dancestor ar- 
raigned by Robert le Saoser against Henry le Sanser, touching 
two mesuages in. 

m. 19d. (64). Cordington (Devon) ; appointment of Walter de Wimbome and 

Thomas de S. Vigor to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by John de Cordington against Richard de Immeswordesl' and 
Richard son of Richard Atteworth, touching a tenement in. 

m. 1 1 (23). Corfu-Ca«tle ; mandate of iutendence to tenants of, in favour of Richard 

du Bois, to whom the King has committed the custody thereof during 
pleasure. Odiham, 29th June. 

m. 9d. (80>. Corley (" Cornlegh ") (Warw.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton 

and Ellas de Bekingliam to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Henry FitxRowald against Elias Falk' and Agnes late 
wife of Robert Falk\ touching a tenement in. 

m. 22 (17). Cormaillcs, John de ; couimisimns to, during pleasure, of the custody 
of the castle of Corfe, and mandate of intendence, &c. in pursuance 
to the tenants of the said castle. Down Ampney, 4rh March. 
[Crossed out. In margin of roll : — ** Vacat quia aliter inferius.**] 

m. 27 (15). Ormalies, John de, sheriff of Dorset ; mandate to John de Somersete, 
constable of Sherborne Castle to commit to, the custody, during 
pleasure, of the outer bailey (** foriusecum ballium ") thereof for the 
custody therein of the King's prisoners. Winchester, 90th December. 

m. 27d. (1). Omard ('* Comeherthe ") Great (Suff.) ; appointment of Roger 

Loveday and Robert de Ludham to take the certification arraigned 
by John Lemman against William de Halsted, touching a tenement 
in. 

m. 13d, (67). Comard ("Comerth* "). Great, Little Comard, Assington (** Assiu- 

ton' ")» and Bures (Suff.) ; appointment of John de Lovetot and 
Roger de Leicester to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned 
by John de Tudham against Robert de Rede and Cecilia his wife, 
and Edmund her son, touching a mesuage, land, and rent in. 

m. 7d. (61). Comard (" Comerthc"), Great (Suff.) ; appointmept of Roger Love- 
day and Robert de Ludham to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Radulph del Orcherd against Geoffrey son of Alan de 
Meleford and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 7d. (64). Comard, Great (Suff.) ; appointment of Thomas de Weyland and 

John de Lovetot to take the certification arraigned by William de 
Halsted against John Lemman, touching a tenement in. 

m. 28d. (13). Comard (" Coraerthe **), Little, Great Comard, Assington, apd Bures 

(Suff.) ; appointment of John de Lovetot and Richard de Boyland 
to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Robert de Rede 
and Cecilia his wife against Thomas de Weland and others, touching 
a tenement in. 

m. 17d. (29). Comard, Little, Great Comard, Assington, and Bures (Suff.) ; 

appointment of Richard de Boiland and Richard Crepping* to take 
a similar assise arraigned by the said Robert and Cecilia against 
Th. de Weyland and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 25d. (58). Comard, Little, Assington (" Alinton *'), and Bures (Suff.) ; appoint- 
ment of Richard de Weiland and Richard de Crepping to tdce the 
assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Robert de Rede and Cecilia 
his wife against Thomas de Weiland and others, touching a tenement 
in. 



DEriiJY IvECl^KU OF THE PUBLIC RECOUDSL 49 

No. 1. — Calendar of Patent Rolls : 8 Edward I. — continued, 

m. Idd. (4). Cornard, Littl^^ Great CorDard, Asslugton ("Alinton"0' &i^d Bures 

(SufT.) ; appointineut of Kobert de Boys and William de Pacham 
to take the assise of novo] disseisin arruigned by Robert de Bade 
and Cecilia his wife against Thomas de Weylond, touching a tenement 
in. 

m. 16(5). Cornwall, Edmund, earl of, goin^ by licence to parts beyond seas; 

protection to» with clause : V^umus. Westminster, 29th May. 

m. 16 (17). Cornwall, Edmund, earl of. going by licence to parts beyond seas; 

letters of attorney to, in favour of Henry de Shotesbrok' and Michael 
de Northampton for England. Westminster, 2nd June. 



16 (14). Cornwall, Richard de, going by licence to parts beyond seas; protec- 
tion to, with clause : VolumuM, Westminstur, 2nd June. 

Corpusty (Norf.) ; $et Mannington. 

m. 6d. (100). Corringham (Line.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias 

de Bekingbam to take the assis^e of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Mathew de Rye and Joan his wife against Geoffrey de Braunceby 
and Robert le Forester, touching a tenement in. 

m. 25d. (72). Cosby (Leic.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias de 

Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Hugh 
son of William de Swineford against Agnes late wife of William de 
Swyneford and John Maiitomant, touching a tenement in. 

m. 9d. (90). Cossington (Leic.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Rlias 

de Bekingham to take the asi«ise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Nicholas son of Robert son of John de Twyford and Alice his wiro 
against Walter Leuerich and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 9d. (50), Cotes (Northt.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias de 

Bekingham to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by Peter 
son of Roger de Euesham against the prior of S. Andrew North- 
ampton, touching two mesuages in. 

m. 9d. (63). (^tes (Northt) ; appointment of same to take a similar aasise between 

same, touching two mesuages in. 

Cotesothewold ( Warw.) ; see Church Over. 

m. 20d« (49). Cottesmore (Rutl.) ; appointment of Robert Eulconis and Giles de 

Berkeley to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by John de 
Brafaam and Alice de Braham against William de Beauchamp, Earl 
of Warwick, and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 8d. (81). Cottesmore (Rutl.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias 

de Bekingham to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by 
Margaret daughter of Alan de Bradenham and Alice h^ sister 
and John FitsLettice against Geofirey FitzAnselm, touching land 
in. 

m. 18 (5). Cotton (SufP.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday and Robert de Ludham 
to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Roger de Wales- 
ham against Robert Houel and John de Hoo, touching a tenement 
in. 

m. 4d. (16). Cotton (Suff.); appointment of Roger Loveday and Roger de Lei- 
cester to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Roeer de 
Waleshaai against Robert Houel and John de Ho, touching a 
tenement in. 

m. 93d. (49). Cotyuff', Nether (Glouc.) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and Giles 

de Berkeley to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by the 
prior of the Hospital of S. John of Jerusalem in England against 
the abbat of Bmem and others, touching a tenement m. 

0. Sid. (40). Coutrinton (Wore.) ; appointment cf Robert Fulconis and Giles de 

Berkeley to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Adam 
(or Ada) Scot against David de Coings, touching a tenement in. 

m. 19 (2). Coventry, the sub-prior and convent of ; cong6 d'^lire to, vice Wil- 
liam de Brithwanton, the late prior of, ceded. Windsor, 9th May. 

o 59926. D 



50 Avnasmx to thb foxty-nintr sepobt of the 

No. l.^i^-Calendar of Patent Rolls: 8 Edward l,^^^eoniinned, 

■ im. 19' (29). Coventry, assent to the election of Thoma de Pauy, a monk of, Vi< 

prior of; and signifleamos thereof to the bidiop of Coventry and 

^ > ' Lichfield. Westminster, 19th May. 

• , • • 

m. 15 (12). Coventry; restitution of temporalities to Thomas Paay, prior-elect of, 
his election having been confirmed by R[oger] binhop of Coventry 
and lichfleld, and his fealty taken ; and nuindate of intendence 
and respondence in porsoance to the tenants of the priory. West- 
minster, 3rd June. 

m. 15 (13)' Concurrent mandate of livery in pursuance to the tenants of the 
priory. 

' 'm. is Id: d^Oy Coventry (Wanr.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elian 

de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Radnlph le Tomur against Th. de Fakenham and others, touching 
a tenement in. 

m. 8d. (73). Coventry (Warw.) ; appointment of Nicholas de 6ta|>leton and Elias 

de Bekingham to ti^e the assise of novel disseism arraigned by 
Hugh de Wiohia, clerk, against William son of William F;ynei, 
touching a tenement in. 

Cowley (Bucks) ; fs« Freston Bissett. 

m. 7d. (48). CiamliBgton rNorthumbr.) i appointment of Gkioffrey Agnilloo and 
Alan de Wukinffham to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned 
by Alan son of John de Cramlington against Margery late wife of 
Robert Hereford and Robert de Horton, touching possessions in. 

m. 16d. (74). Cranleigh (Snrr.) ; appointment of John de Cobham and Roger de 

Leicester to take the assise of mort dance>'.or arraigned by William 
Bon of John de I^angenakre against Bit Lard Fits John, touching 
possessions in. 

m. 2d. (42). Oanleigh (Surr.) ; appointment of John de Cobham and Roger de 

Leice^iter to take the assise of mort danceslor arraignei by Robert 
de la Forde and Joan his wife, Henry Baldwyne and Alice his wife 
against Thomas de Occeworthe, touching rent in. 

m. 27d. (5)* Cranwell (Line.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Sti4>leton and Elias de 
. [^ ' Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arrai^ed by 

Feter son of Stephen Gumays against the master of the Knightf^ 
Templars in England and others, touching a tenement in. 

Crauehurst (Beds) ; tee Ckavenhurst. 

• m. 18 (75). Oavrfofd and SpettiBbnry (Dors.) ; i&ppoiatment of Walter de Wim- 

bome and Thomas de S. Vigor to take the assise of novel disseisin 
atrraigiied by John son of Peter de la Fordlane against Robert 
Jaumbr* and Robert de Basing', touching a tenement in. 

m. Id. (83). Crawley, Great (Bucks); appointment of Robert Fulconis and Walter 

de Agmundesham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 

- ' Agnes late wife of Gilbert ie Clerk, of Chesterton, against Peter 

m. Id. (84). Anketel, touchmg a tenement in ; and a similar assise arraigned 

by the said Agnes against William Hoddel, touching a tenement in 
the same vill. * 

m. 17d, (27). Cray (" Crey **) (Kent) ; appointment of John de Ck>bham and Roger 

do Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
John Ingra'u against Simon de Grey and others, touclupg a tene- 
ment in. 

m. 2d, (49). Cray, S- Mary (Kent) j appointment of John de C'Obham and Roger 

de Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Robert 
de Stanegsave and Roger his brother af[ainst.Joan de.Ospriogg' 
and Agnes de Horn, touching a tenement m. 

m. Id. (45). Cray, S. Paul (Kent) ; appointment of John de Cobham and Roger 

de Leicester to take the Jury arraigned by Simon de Craye against 
John Ingram, touching a tencmrn in. 



DffPUTT KESPEB OF THS PUBLIO HE0OB]>8. 51 

17e*'l.-^€ale:idar of Patent Rolls : 8 Edward I. — continued, 

9d.(Bl.) CMi^«,SoQth C* Suereke ") (Norf.); appointment of BogerLovedaj 
and Robert da Ladham to take the aisiBo of mort dancestor 
arraigned bj Richard FitzBnail and Alice hii wffe against Nicholas 
Tagge and others, touching a mesuage and land in. 

m. 14d. (86). Crapping*, Riehaid da, and Master John de Stroda ; appointment of, 

to hear and determine the disputes between the men of Jersey and 
Gaemsey and the bailiffs of Otto de Grandison, the latter having, 
it is alleged, lately taken into the King's hands, without reasonable 
cause, certain lan'ls and tenements of which the former were en- 
feoffed there long since by the bailiffs of Henry III., and of which 
ther have enjoyed long and peaceful seiain, aad still detaining th«rm, 
and having immoderately ameroed the former for certain trespasses 
in the King's warrena in the said islands in taking rabbits unlaw- 
fhlly, of which trespasses the former have never been convicted, 
nor have ever put themselves on the grace of the said Otto or his 
said bailiffs tlKrefor, nor even made any fine with them ; and the 
said batli A heavily distraining the men aforesaid oa their beasts and 
other goods lor the said amercements, refusing further to permit 
them to salt, dry,. and sell their fiA, as, they have always up to the 
present time been wont to do according to the grant of the King's 
predecessors, Kings of England. Westminster, 10th June. 

m. 14d, (97). Concnrxent mandate to Otto de Grandiscm, warden of the islands of 

Jersey and Guernsey, to cause his bailiffs to make without delay 
full amends to the men aforesaid for the Injuries and trespasses, if 
any, inflicted by them on the latter ; otherwise the King has enjoined 
on certain persons, whom he is about to send, that they will hear 
the plfunts of these men and do justice to theio in the matter. 

m. IS (10). Crepping, Riehard de, gjoing in the King's suite to parts beyond seas ; 

letters of attorney to, in favour of Gilbert de Whiteby for England. 
Westminster, 10th June. 

dL IS (18). Tbe same, going on the King's afifiiirs to parU beyond ieas ; pro- 
tection to, with clause. Same date. 

m. 4 (4). Crespyn, Deudonnettus, a Jew of York ; licence to, to sell a bouse of 
his in York to Laurence de Botbum, a dtisen of York. Westmin- 
Bter, 7th October. 

0. S8 (29). Crenequer, Peter de, of Ambresbury ; commisimai U>i of the custody 

of die ballivate of the hundred of Donewych, in co. Wilts, during 
good behaviour. Down Ampney, 6th March. 

m. Md. (6). (Mck (*< Crek' ") (Northt.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and 

Slias de Bekingham to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned 
by Andrew son of Walter le Clerk against Richard de Grenebergh 
«ud Gilbert Mariot, touching a mesuage and land in. 

m. 3d. (71). Crick ("Crek") (Northt.); appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton 

and Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of tnort dancestor 
arraigned by William son of William le Vineler against William de 
la Leye and Andrew de Estleye, touching possessions in. 

Crick (Northt.) ; *e€ Middleton. 

ni. 21d. (15). Criddon (Salop) ; appointment of Radulph de Ilen^ham and Regi- 
nald de I^gh to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Henry de Drayton and Jul [iana] his wife against John de Wolascot\ 
touching a tenement in. 

m. lid. (79). Crimplesham (" Cremplesham ^') (Norf.); appointment of Roger 

Loveday and Robert de Ludham to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Ricbatd son of Esser de Cfcmplesham against William 
de Oemplesham and others, touching a tenement in. 

' jn. Z (6). Crioll, Margaret de; mandate to, to pay to Gregory de Rokesle the 

fiinn of Wrotham, which is part of the inheritance of the heirs of 
Kicholas de CrioU, the custody of which has been granted to the 
sud Gregory during the minority of the said heirs, and acquittance 
to, of such payment. Westminster, SOth October* 

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62 APPENDIX TO THE FOUTY-NINTII REPORT OF THE 

No. 1. — Calendar of Patent Rolls : 8 Edward I. — continued. 

m. 8 (5). CriolP, Margery dc ; mandate to, to pay to Gregory de Roekesle (to 
whom the King had given the custody of the lands and tenements 
late of Nicholas de Crioll from the determination of the custody 
hefore granted to Stephen de Penecestre of the same, during the 
minority of the heir of the said Nichohis) the farm of the manor 
of Hinton, which is of the iuheritance of the said heir. Langley» 
17th July. 

nu 8 (6). Concurrent and similar letters to Isabella de Eynesford, touching the 
fJEirm of the manor of Wrotham. Langley, 17th July. 

m. 1 2d. (84). Croft (Lauc.) ; appointment of Geoffrey Aguillon and Alan de 

Walkingfaam to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
William son of Alan del Qnike against Hugh le Noreys, of Haigh 
(" Haghe *'), and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 6d. (78). Crofton (Cumbr.) ; appointment of Geoffrey Aguillon and Alan 

de Walkingham to t^ke the attaint arraigned by Michael Page 
against Thomas son of Andrew de Crofton, touching a tenement in. 

m. 13d. (58). Cropredy ("Cropperi**) (Oxf.) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis 

(« Fulk' ") and Robert Malet to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Richard [del Ordelewestcote and Alice his wife and 
Isabel Wandard against Uugh de Charnel and others, touching a 
tenement in. 

m. 6d. (19). Crosby Ravensworth (" Rauen Swart") (Westmorel.) ; appointment 

of Greofirey Aguillon and Alan de Walkingham to take the assise 
of mort dancestor arraigned by Emma daughter of Dennis (or 
Dionisia) del Giles against Thomas de Hasting, touching a mesuage 
and land in. 

m. 18 (12). Crouelton (Northt.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and 
Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by Roger de Messenden against Osbert Giffard and others, touching 
a tenement in. 

m. 9Td, (40). Crowhurst and Lingfield (Surr.) ; appointment of John de Ck>bham 

and Roger de Leicester to take the jury arraigned by Maigaret 
de Ineghefeld and A^es her wife («ic) against Robert de Staneg*, 
touching possessions in. 

m. Id. (81). Crowhurst and lUingfeld [? Lingfield] [Surr.] ; association of Elias 

de Bekingham with John de Cobham and Roger de Leicester to 
take the attalut arraigned by Margaret dc Gyingfeld and Agnes 
her daughter against Robert son of John de St'negrave, touching 
land and wood in. 

Crowmarsh (Oxf.) ; see Greyhone. 

m. I8d. (88). Croxley (" Crokesl' ") and Cashio (" Caiso ") (Herts) ; appoint- 
ment of John de Cobham and Roger de Leicester to take the 
assise of novel disseisin arraigned by John Brodbegh against John 
de Wimundham and others, touching a tenement in. 

jn. 20d. (45). Croxton (Carabr.) ; appointment of Roger I^oveday and Robert de 

Ludham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by John 
son of William Banastre against Hugh Saunzavoir and others, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. ft (80). Croyland, cong^ d'^lire to the monks of, rice Radulph the late abbat 
of, deceased. Lincoln, 7th October. 

m. 3 (17). Croyland, restitution of the temporalities of the abbey of, to Richard 
de Ooyland, the abbat-elect of, his election having been confirmed 
by G. bishop of Lincoln, and his fealty taken; and mandate 
of intendence and respondence in pursuance to the tenants of the 
abbey, 
m. 8 (18). Concurrent mandate of livery in pursuance to Richard de Holebrok*, 
the King's seneschal. 
m, 16d. (85). Cruchestok* and Norwich (Norf.); appointment of Roger Loveday 

and Robert de Ludham to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by AHce de Hethe against Alexander de Hethe, touching 
a tenement in. 
Cudham (Kent) j see Chelsfield. 



DEPUTY KEEl'ER OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS, 5S 

No. 1. — Calendar of Patent Bolls : 8 Edward I. — continued. 

m. 13d. C33). Colmstock (<* Colmstok' ") (Devon) ; appointmeot of Walter de 

Wimburn' and Thomas de S. Yi/sfor to take the assise of novel 
disseisin arraigned by Michael de BridewiU' against Master Robert 
Everard and Walter de Nordeuere, touching a tenement in. 

m. 5d. (40). Camnor (" Comenor ") and Eaton ("Eton") (Oxf.)j appointment 

of Robert Fulconis and Robert Malet to take the assise of mort 
danoestor arraigned by John de Colby and Alice his wife and 
Thomas de Wadington and Margaret his wife against Christiana 
de Comenor*, touching two mesuages and land in. 

ra. 23d. (62). Cusop (" Keuesop **) (Heref.) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and 

Giles de Berkeley to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by Henry de Hoddesak' and Joan his wife against Waiter de 
Baskervill, tonching a tenement in. 

ID. 3 (24). Cypehom, Elias de, Ale.'cander son of; pardon to, for having killed 

Roger le Messager, of Mateshale. Westminster, 8th November. 

Cyrene' (Griouc.) ; see Cirencester. 

m. 23d. (42). Daglin^orth (Glouc.) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and Giles 

de Berkeley to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by 
Humphrey son of Richard de Pirye and Walter de Colebrok* and 
Margery his wife against Adam de Frampton and others, touching 
rent and land in. 

ui. 23d. (52). Daglingworth (Glouc.) ; appointment of same to take a similar 

assise arraigned by Humphrey son of Richird de Pyrye and the 
said Walter and Margery against the said Adam and Petronilla 
his wife and Radulph Bluet, touching rent and land in. 

m. 18(59). Dalling, Field (" FeldwalUnge ") (Norf.); appointment of Ro^r 

Loveday and Robert de Ludham to take the assise of novel dis- 
seisin arraigned by Hamo le Newe against Walter le Newe and 
others, touching a tenement in. 

m. ScL (54). Dalling, Wood (Norf.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday and Robert 

de Ludham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Margaret late wife of Roger de Tycheby against WiUiam de 
lycheby, touching a tenement in. 

m. 14d. (54). Dalton (Lane); appointment of Geoffrey de Aguyllun and Alan 

de Walkingham to take the assise of mort danoestor arraigned by 
Mabel daughter of Henry son of Robert de Dalton and Margery 
her sister against Richard son of Robert de Dalton, touching a 
mefluage and land in. 

m. 6d. (56). Dalton (Northumbr.) ; appointment of Geoffrey Aguillon and Alan 

de Walkingham to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by 
John son of Gilbert de Dalton against William Colyn, touching 
land in. 

Danesey (Essex) ; see Dengie. 

m. 18 (80). Daventry (Northt.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and 

Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned 
by Thomas Nicol against Matilda daughter of Simon le Mascegref 
and Simon Pinnok', touching a mesuagc in. 

OL. 9d. (75). Daventry (Northt.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and 

Elias de Bekingham to take the as«iise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by Roger le Breuster against John FitzPhilip and others, touching 
a tenement in. 

m. 20 (3). S. David's, the bishopric of ; commisimus, during pleasure, to Bogo 
de Knouill of the custody of the bishopric of S. David's, void and 
in the Kiug*s hands. Gloucester, 10th April. 

in. 20 (4). Concurrent mandate of intendence and respondence in favour of, to 
the tenants of the bishopric. 

jD. 20 (5). 8. David's, the chapter of the church of ; conge d'^ire to, vice 

Richard late bishop of, deceased. Gloucester, 10th April. 



54 APPENDIX TO THE FORTY-NINTH REPORT OF THE 

Noi L^^Calendar of PoilcDt Bolls : 8 Edward I.-^eonihiued, 

m. 19 (22). 8. David's ; xrant to Master Thomas Bek, of the prehend in die 
cathedral church of, lately held by the prior of Great Malvern 
void and in the King*s gift hy reason of the voidance of the 
bishopric of, which is in the King's hands, and mandate in 
pursuance to the d^n ani chapter of. Westminster, 19th May. 

' m. 12 (12). S. Davld*s ; assent to the electiob of Master Thomas Bek, canon of 

the cathedral church of, as bishop of, and significamus in pursuance 
to the archbishop of Canterbury. Dorchester, 17th Jane. 

m. I9d. (2>. Dean ('*Dene") (Beds); appointment of Robert Foloonis and 

Robert Malet to take the assise of mort dance^itor arraigned by 
John son of John de Haregrave against Richard Brian, touching 
land in. 

m. 6ii. (62). Deanham (" Denum *') (Northumbr') ; appointment of Geoffirey 

Aguillon and Alan de Walkingham to take the assise of mort 
dancestor arraigned by Gilbert de Schasthon against William son 
of Adam (or Ada) de Denum, touching a mesuage or land in. 

' m. 15d. (3). Debden ("Dcpeden") (Essex); appointment of John de Lovetot 

and Roger de Leicester to take the assise of mort dancestor 
arraign^ by John son of Peter de 8taueibrd against Geoffrey de 
Aunbredon, touching a mcsuage in. 

m. 18 (29). Deeping, East (Line.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and 

Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by Hugh Wake against the prior of Spalding and others, touching 
a common of pasture in. 

m. 28d. (39). Deerhurst, Whitefield, Haw, Walton, and Hard wick (Glouc.) ; ap- 
pointment of Robert Fulconis and Giles de Berkeley to take the 
assise of mort dancestor arraigned by Robert de Aqua against 
Richard de Aqua, touching land and rent in. 

m. 4 (16). Delisle ("del Ille" in the entry— ** delsle " in the marginal title), 
Nicholas, of Kirkeby-in-Ashfield (" Aisfeld' ") ; pardon to, of the 
trespass committed by, in taking a stag in the wood of Bolewell* 
in Sherwood Forest without licence. Westminster, 24th October. 

Demechurch (Kent) ; see Dymchurch. 

m. 5d. (61). Dene (Lino.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias de 

Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Agnes 
late wife of William Kiseling, of Dene, against William son of 
William Kyseling, of Dene, and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 24d. (30). Dene (Northt.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias de 

Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by John 
son of William de Den against Hugh de Den, touching a tene* 
ment in. 

m. 8 (11). Denebald, Philip, going with John Mautravers to Ireland ; protection 
to, with clause : Volttmus, 

m. 12d. (41). Deufeld (Northt) ; appointment of Nicholas do Stapleton and Elias 

de Bekingham to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by 
John son of Simon de Wodeford against William K3^seUog, touching 
meadow in. 

m. 4d. (41). Dengie ("Dnnesey") (Essex); appointment of Radulph de Heng- 
ham and John de Lovetot to take the jury arraigned by William 
de Horkele agaiubt Henry de Cramavill, touching a watercourse 
diverted in. 

m. 2d. (43). Dengie (" Danisseye ") (Essex); appointment of John de Lovetot 

and Roger de Leicester to take the certification arraigned by Robert 
Bacun against William de Horkesleye, touching a fosse levied in. 

m. Id. (10). Dengie (*' Danisseie ") (Essex) ; appointment of Roger Loveday and 

Robert de Ludham to take the certification arraigned by Gilbert 
Bakun against William de Horkesleye, touching a u»se levied ia. 



BEPtJTT KEEPER OF THE PUBLIC RE0ORD9. 55 

No. 1. — ^Calendar of Patent Bolls : 8 Edward I. — continued, 

m. lod. (9). Denham (Baokft) ; appointment of Robert Fulconifl and Robert 
' M&lef to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by John de 
Mersheland, ebaplain, against Alice late wife of Bartholomew de 
Bromfeld and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. Id. (16). Deopham (Norf.) ; appointment of Ro^er Loveday and Robert de 

Xndham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by William 
de Bacunrtorp' against Robert son of Thomas de Hengham and 
others, touching a tenement in. 

Derham (Glouo.) ; see Dirham. 

m. 8d. (Sd). Diddlebury (<* Dudelbir* ") (Salop) ; appointment of Radalph de 

' Hengham and Reginald de Legh to take the assise of novel disseisin 

arraigned by Matilda late wife of William son of Alexander de 

Dudelbur* against William de Clifford and others, touching a 

tenement in. 

m.3d. <75). Diddlebury (<' Dadelebir' ") (Salop) ; appointment of Radulph de 

Hengham and Reginald de Legh to take the lusise of mort dan- 
cestor arrai^ed by Richard son of Robert de Fnrches and Joan 
his ?rife against Giles de Toggeford, touching possessions in. 

m. add. <5«). Didlington (« Dudefington ") (Norf.) ; appointment of Roger Love- 

day and Robert de Ludham to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Greoffirey son of Robert de Dudelington against 
Robert CokS touching a tenement in. 

m. 2Sd. C^O). Digby ; commission of gaol delivery for, to Thomas de Hasteley, 

John Peehe, William le Waleys, and John de Diggeby. 

m. I7d. (38). Dirham (''Derham") (Glouc); appointment of Robert Fulconis 

and Giles de Berkeley to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned 
by John le Ireys against Richard Querderay, touching a mesoage 
and laud in. 

m. lOd. (46). Dissington, South (Northumbr.) ; appointment of Geoffrey Aguillon 

and Alan de Walkingham to take the attaint arraigned by Simon 
de Dissington and Nicholas FitzWaldeny against Robert le 
Gurteys, touching a tenement in. 

m. 6d« (63). Dissington, South (Northumbr.) ; appointment of same to take the 

jury arraigned by Rober iCurtpys against Simon de Dissinton and 
others, toucldng a tenement in. 

ra. 18 (79). Distington (Cumbr.) ; appointment of Geoffrey Aguillon and Alan 

de Walkingham to tuke the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
the abbat of the church of S. Mary, York, against Thomas Fitz- 
Lambert and others, touching common of pasture in. 

m. 18d. (IS). Distington (Cumbr.) ; appointment of Gcoffrejr A^niUon and Alan 

de Walkingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
John de Morizby against Thomas son of Lambert de Multon and 
others, touching common of pasture in. 

m. 18d. (87). Ditton, Fen (Cambr.); appointment of Roger Loveday and Robert 

de Ludham to take the attaint arraigned by Radulph le Chapeleyn 
against William Muschct, touching a tenement in. 

m. 2 Id. (38). Docking (Norf.); appointment of Roger Loveday and Robert de 

Ludlum to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by Richard 
ton of Nicholas de Docking against William de Ho and Joan late 
wife of Nicholas de Docking, touching possessions in. 

aa. 12d. (46). Docking [Norf.] ; association of William de Saham with Roger 

Loveday and Robert de Ludham to take the assise of mort dan* 
cestor arraigned by Richard son of Nicholas de Docking against 
William de Ho, parson of the church of lUington, and Joan late 
wife of Nicholas de Docking, touching possessions in. 

Doddington (Line.) ; see Westborough. 



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No. 1. — Calendar of Patent Rolls : 8 Edward I. — continued. 



111.18(41). Doddington (" Todington ")» Great (Northt.) ; appointment of Ni- 
cholas de Stapleton and Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of 
noTel disseisin arraigned by Robert de Skeftinton and Joan his 
wife against Robert de Champayne and others, touching a tene- 
ment in. 

m. 13d. (44). Doddington, Great (Northt.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapelton 

and Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Isabella late wife of Robert le Freman against Robert 
de Chaumpuyne and'others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 18d. (59). Doddington, Great (Northt.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapelton 

and Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Hugh sod of Robert le Fremon, of Doddington, 
against Robert de Chaumpaigne, touching a tenement in. 

m. 9d (54). Doddington, Great (Northt.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton 
and Elias de Ikkingham to take the jury of 24 knights arraigned 
by Robert de Chestinton and Joan his wife against Robert de 
Chaumpayn and Richard le Clerk, touching a tenement in. 

n. 22d. (59). Doddington, Little (Northt.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton 

and Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Alice Ridebithtking against 'William le Charpenter, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 3Sd. (49). Dodington and Dorsinton (Heref.) ; appointment of Robert Ful- 

conis and Giles de Berkeley to take the assise of mort dancestor 
arraigned bv Walter son of Andrew de Baskervile against Matilda 
de Ba^kervii* daaghter of Andrew de Baskervir, touching a mesuage 
and land in. 

m. 16d. (22). Dodington (Salop) ; appointment of Radulph de Hengham and 

Reginald de Legh to take the assise of mort dan cestor arraigned by 
Roger son of Richard de Dodyuton against William son of Adam 
de Rochale, touching land in. 

m. 6 (28). Dolyue, Walter de, parson of the church of Preston, going on the 
Kiog^s affairs to pans beyond seas ; protection to, with the clause: 
Volutnua, York, 18th August. 

m. 21d. (47). Donington (Line.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias 

de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Walter son of Robert de Donyngton against Ivetta (or Juetta) late 
wife of Reginald le Provost, touching a tenement in. 

m. 19 (20). Dover, the master of the *' Domus Dei " at, goin^ by licence to parts 
beyond seas on the affairs of the house; simple protection to. 
Westminster, 18th May. 

m. 11 (4). Dover, the Hospital of S. Mary of ; assent to the election of Radalph 
de Marisco as master and warden of; and significamus thereof to 
the archbishop of Canterbury. Odiham, 28th June. 

m. 18 (86). Downton ("Dunton") (Wilts); appointment of Robert Fulconis 
and W^iUiam de Brayboef to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Thomas de Haddon and Joan his wife against 
Radtuph de Boclande and Alianor his wifo, touching a tenement 
in. 

m. 9d. (56). Doynton (" Toynton ") (Glouc.) ; appointment of Walter de Heliun 

and Giles de Berkeley to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by Walter Eilwy against Margery late wife of Geofl5ney Eilwy and 
others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 8d. (27). Doynton (Glouc.) ; appointment of same to take a similar assise 

between same, touching a tenement in 

m. 12d. (66). Draycoie (Warw.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias 

de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Gilbert le Kenes and Ada his wife against Henry son of Geoffrey 
de Neuham and others, touching a tenement in. 



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No. 1. — Calendar of Patent Rolls : 8 Edward I. — continued. 

m. 15 (4). Drajton, Roger de, going by licence to parts beyond seas ; pro- 
tection to, with clanse : Volumus. Westminster, 3rd June. 

m. 3d. (15). Drayton-in-Hales (Salop) : appointment of Walter de Hopton and 

John de Ercalowe to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by the abbat of Combermere against the abbat of S. Ebnilpb and 
others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 1 Rd. (22). Drayton (Wilts) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and William de 

Brayboef to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Walter 
Wynce»t against Sampson Foliot, touching a tenement in. 

m. 22d. (15). Drigg (" Dre^ ") (Cumbr.) ; appointment of Robert de Nevill and 

Alan de Wulkingham to take the assise of mort dancestor 
arraigned by John de Dreg against Richard son of Matilda de 
Dreg and Robert his brother, touching a mesuage and land in. 

Dudelbir' (Salop) ; see Diddlebury. 

Dudelington (Norf.) ; see Didlington. 

m. 1 1 (7). Dullord, Benedict de ; pardon tx>, of a robbery committed on John 

son of William de Horning* and William Chosayne at the same 
flay and hour at which he caused their deaths, for which he has 
long since been pardoned by Henry III. Odiham, 28th June. 

m. 5 (17). Dundreynan, in Galloway, the abbat, monks, and fraternity of the 

abbey of; inspeximus and confirmation to, of a charter of 
Edward I., dated at Castle-Bernard, I. 3th April, 50 Henry III., 
granting protection to them in coming to Ireland, staying therein, 
and returning thence to their own parts ; and licence to, to export 
from Ireland yearly up to 120 crannocks of wheat, and as many of 
oats or flour, wine, and other Tictuals for the support of their 
house. Newcastle-ou-Tyne, Ibth September. 

Dunham, Little (Norf.) ; see Fransham, Great. 

in. iSd. (46). Dunmow, Great (Essex) ; appointment of John de Lovetot and 

Roger de Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by Gilbert Ram against William de Chishull and others, touching 
a tenement in. 

I4d. (39). Donstable; commission of gaol delivery for, to Robert de Creuequer, 
Fulk de Rucote, (^eofirey Rolond, and John de Neyront. 

Id. (49). Dunstable ; commission of gaol delivery for, to Robert de Creuequer, 
Peter Loreng, Geoffrey Roland, and John Neirunt. 

ISd. (5). Dnnsthorp', Herierby, and Westhorp'(Linc.) ; appointment of Nicholas 
de Stapelton and Ellas de JBekingham to take the assise of novel 
disseism arraigned by Simon de Dunsthorp' against Mariota late 
wife of Alan de Herierby and others, touching oomtnon of pasture 
in. 

Dunton (Wilts) ; see Downton. 

m. 88d. (4). Dymchurch (*'Demechurch") (Kent); appointment of John de 

Cobham and Roger de Lcicister tu take the jury arraigned by 
Elias le Clerk, of Dymchurch, against John son of Henry de Deme- 
church, touching a tenement in. 

tn. 28d. (17). Dymchurch (" Demescurch ") (Kent); appointment of John de 

Lovetot and Roger de Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Thomas son of William de Demescurch against the 
Master of God's House, Dover, and others, touching a tenement in. 

0. 19 (21). Dynant, Oliver ; licence to, for a flue of 100/., to marry Isabella de 

Curtenay. Westminster, 18th May. 

m. 6d. (5). Eaglesfield (<* Eglesfeld ") (Cumbr.); appointment of Geoffrey 
Agnillon and Alan de Walkingham to take the assise of mort 
dancestor arrai^ed by Alice daughter of Adam (or Ada) Fitzlve 
against John FitzIve and Richard FitzJohn, touching a mesuage 
and laud in. 



S8 APPHXDIX TO THE POBTY-NINTH B6PORT OF THE 

No. 1. — Calendar of Patent Bolls : 8 Edward L-Mron/tHtte^ 

m. 18 (7a). Earl-Stoke (Wilto) ; appoioUnent of Robert Fnloonis and « W411iam 
de Brayboef to take the aMue of novel diseeitii] arraigned bj 
John le Befep against Mathew FitzJohn and John Morel, touching 
a tenement in. 

m. 18 (68). Easter, Good (" Godjeoe Estre **) (Essex) ; appointment of John de 

Lovetot and Roger de Leicester to take the assise of novel 
disseisin arraigned by Richard de Abbendon against Thomas de 

m. 18 (69). Weiland touching a tenement in ; and a simiUr assise amugned by 

the said Richani against Stisphen atte Waubrugg*, touching a 

m. 18 (70). tenement in the same vill ; and a similar aasise arraigned by the 

said Richard against Robert Makke, touching a tenement in the 
same yill. 

m. 16d. (33). Easter, Good ('* Godyncestre '') (Essex); appointment of John de 

Lovetot and Roger de Leicester to take the assise of novel dis- 
seisin arraigned b^ Richard de Abbyndon against Th. de Weiland 

m. I6d. (34). and Margery his wife, touching a tenement in ; and a similar assise 

Arraigned by the said Riehacd against Master WUUam de Munuer- 
don and others, touching a tenement in the same vill. 

m. 28d. (25). Eaton (''Eton'') (Heref ) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and 

Giles de Berkeley to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Hugh le Mouncr, of Killpeck, against Roger son of William 
Lorence, of Eaton, touching a tenement in. 

Eaton (Oxf.) ; see Cumnor. 
m. 16d. (7S). Eccles (Kent); appointment of John de Cobham and Roger de 

Leicester to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by Simon 
Prat and Geoffrey Prat his brother against Wilh'am son of Hubert 
de Rowe, touching a tenement in. 

m. 15d. (5). Eccleston (Lane.) ; appointment of Geoffrey Aguillon and Alan de 
Walkinghum to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Christiana daughter of Nicholas de Ecleston against Richard Fitz- 
Robert and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 6d. (94). Eccleston (Lane.) ; appointment of GeofErey Aguillon and Alan de 
Walkingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Adam de Hocton against Richard Woderone and others, touching 
common of pasture in. 

m. 18d. (26). Eddlesborough ('' Edusborue '*) (Bucks) ; appointment of Robert 

Fulconis and Robert Malet to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Richard Knggul against Robert Kuggul and John 
Prust, touching a tenement in. 

m. Id. (59). Eddlesborough (Bucks) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and Walter 
de Aumundesham to take the assise of Dovel disseisin arraigned by 
Humphrey son of Walter Gunfrey, of Eddlesborough, against 
Henry scm of Henry Gunfrey, of Eddlesborough, and others, touching 
a tenement in. 

m. 13d, (42). Edgeworth ('• Egeworth* ") (Lane.) ; appointment of Geoffrey 

Aguillun and Alan de Walkingham to take the assise of novel 
disseisin arraigned by Robert de Holden* against Alan Fitc- William 
and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 9d, (5). Edgmond (" Egemendon ") and Pickstock (** Pykestok' ") (Salop) ; 
appointment of Radulph de Hengham and Reginald de Legh to 
take the assise of norel disseisin arraigned by Ela late wife of 
James de Audedelegh against William de Audedelegh and others, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 7d. (13). Edlington (York) ; appointment of William de Saham and John de 

Metingham to take the assise of novel disseiiin arraigned by Agnes 
Bakun against John le Vavasour and Mabel de Nevill, touching a 
tenement in. 

m. 23 (12). S. Edmund's, John the abbat of, rogamus to the tenants of the abbey 

of, to make a '* testimonial " ("cnrialitntem ") to, according to 
antient custom on the creation of an abbat of, which is commonly 
called there the abbat's aid, the King believing that though they 
would doubtless do this of their own free will, yet that it would be 
done more willingly in view of his request. Clarendon, 1 2th February. 



DEPUTT KEBPBR OP THB PUBJJO RECORDS* 59 

Noi l.'-'Calendar ot Patent Bolls: 8 Edward h-^-'-eaniinued. 

tn. flSd. (05). 8. Sdmioid'fl (S^«> ; fippomtment of Roger Lovedaj and Robert de 

Ludham to take the aisise of noTel d^sseisia arraigned by Lacy 
Pokestroog against Thomas Snawe and Robert Scot, touching u 
tenement in. 

in. 18 (80). S. Sdmond^j ; eommiraion of gaol deliverj for, to Robert de Valojnes. 
' * ' Herrej de Stanhowe, Robert do Hois, and Henry de Reuesfaale. 

VI. 18d. (9)# S. Edmund's ; commission of gaol delirery for, to Robert de Yalo^niei', 

Hervey de Stanhowe, Robert du Bois, and Henry de Reneshal'. 

m. 7d. (88). S. Edmund's \ ooramtssion of gaol delivery for, to Robert de Valoyngi, 

•lohn de Ingaldestorp', Richard da Bois, and Henry de Riueshal. 

^m. 8d.<80). Edston (*< Edrichaston ") (Warw.) ; appointment of lUdalph de 

Hengham and Henry de Sheldon to take the assise of novel 
disseisin arraigned b}' John son of Hugh f*e Wlvare against Walter 
de Bradenbam aod othera» touching a tenement in. 

to. SM. (1). Rdwaidfitone (Soff.) ; aiKpointment of Roger Loveday and Robert de 

Ludham to take the assisa of mort dancestor arraigned by John 
FitzBlias a^inst Robert de Horham, touching a mesuage and 
land in. Wmohester, 20th January. 

m. \9d, (91). Edwardstone (Sa£f.) ; appointment of same to take the assise of novel 

disstsisin arraigned by Thomas, parson of the church of Little 
Belstead, against William son of Robert de Edwardeston and 
Robert his son, touching a tenement in. 

Edwardstone (Suff.) ; see Milden. 

Egemendon (Salop) ; set Bdgmond. 

Eggardon (Dors.) } set Bingham Lodres. 

Egbcy (Wore.) ; see Mitton, Over. 

m. 84d. (37). Egremont (Cumbr.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday and John de 

Metingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by John 
de S. Leofard, parson of the church of Egremont, against William 
de Gillinge, touching a tenement in. 

111. I8d. (38). Egremont (" Egremund ") (Cumbr.) ; appointment of (Jeoffrey 

Aguillon and Alan de Walkingham to take the assise of novel 
disseisin arraigned by Richard son of Simon le Harpur against 
Thomas FitzLambert and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 6d. (86). Egremont (** Egremund ") (Cumbr.) ; appointment of Geoffrey 

Aguillon and Alan de Walkingham to take the assise of novel 
disseisin arraigned by the abbat of Calder against Thomas Fitz- 
Lambert, touching common of pasture in. 

m. 4d. (18). Egton(" Acton") (Lane); appointment of Geoffrey Aguillon and 

Alan de Walkingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by William son of Jordan de Barlegh against John de Reued, 
touching common of pasture in. 

Eldinge (Kent) ; see Yalding. 

Eleford (Oxf.) ; see Yelford. 

m. 23d. (44). Eleigh, Brent (" firendilleye ") (Suff.) ; appointment of Roger 

Loveday and Robert de Ludham to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Seliman de Bradefeud and Agnes his wife and Walter 
le Carettcr against John de Boys and Geonrey le Rede, touching a 
tenement in. 

m. 6 (32). Blenstrcng*, John ; pardon to, for the larcenies of which he was 
convicted before John dc Vallibus and his colleagues, justices in 
ejrre in co. York, condemned to be hanged and hauged, because 
when be was carried to the church of S. James at York for burial 
he was discovered to be alive. York, i9th August. 

m. 18 (98). Elesham (Surr.) ; appointment of John de Lovetot and Roger de 

Leicester to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by John 
son of John le Fraunceis against Matilda daughter of John de 
Stocton and others, touching possessions in. 



60 APPENDIX TO THE FORXr-NINTH REPORT OP THE 

No. 1. — Calendar of Patent Rolls : 8 Edward 1,^-conHnued, 

m. 22 (11). Elias, Master, son of Mosseus, a Jew of London, and Abraham Motun, 

a Jew of the said Master Elias, going bj licence to the parts of 
Flanders ; safe-conduct to. Down Ampnej, 2nd March. 

m. 28 (4). Elie, Poncins, and Joceas de Versur, " serrientes " of John de 
Britannia, earl of Richmond, going on the basiness of the said earl 
to parts beyond seas ; safe-conduct to. Lindhnrst, 20th January. 

m. I8d. (55). Eling, Hampstead, Wildey ("Wyle"), Yattendon (« Yatingden "), 

Frilsham (•♦ Fridlesham "),and Marlsion (** Martelston ") (Berks) ; 
appointment of Robert Pnlconis and Robert Malet to take the assise 
of novel disseisin arraigned by Bartholomew Pecche against Edmund 
earl of Cornwall and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 16d. (64). The same places ; association of Geoifrey de Picheford with Robert 

Ftilconis and Robert Malet to take a similar assise between same, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 6d. (77). EUel (" Kllale ") (Lane.) ; appointment of Greol&ey Aguillon and 

Alan de Walkingham to take the assise of novel ^sseisin arraigned 
by Robert de Holand and Alina his wife against Roger de Slene 
and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 27d. (6). Ellington (Hunts) ; appointment of Roger Loveday and Robert de 

Ludham to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by 
Walter de Amyas ac^ainst John le Fulere, touching a mefuage 
in. 

m. 3d. (61). Elm (Gambr.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday and Robert de 
Ludham to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by Thomas 
son of William de Dale against Geofirey Flint, touching a mesuage 
and land in. 

m. 20d. (4). Elsfield (Ozf.) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and Robert Malet 

to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by Henry le Fevre, 
of Elsfield, against William le Spicer, of Oxfoi^> and Isolda his 
wife, touching a mesuage and land in. 

m. 2d. (68). Ely (Cambr.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday and Robert de Lud- 
ham to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by Walkelin 
de Queye against Thomas de Becham, touching a mesuage in. 

m. I2d. (2). Ely ; commission of gaol delivery for, to Baldwin de S. George, 

Simon Delisle, Roger de Waliiham, and Simon de la More. 

m. 7d. (57). Ely ; commission of gaol delivery for, to Robert Delisle, Baldwin de 

S. George, Simon Delisle, and Henry FitzAucher. 

m. ISd. (26). Emberton (Bucks); appointment of Nicholas de Stapelton and Elias 

de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Roger de Fumeis and Alianor his wife against Roger Turkeby and 
others, touching a tenement in. 

m. lid. (50). Emberton (Bucks); appointment of Geoffrey de Leukenore and 

Robert Malet to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Roger de Fumeus and Alianor his wife against Roger Turkeby 
and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 20 (18). Emly (" Imlacen' "), David bishop of; letters of attorney to, in 
favour of William des Mareysi and Philip Russel for Ireland. 
Bristol, 2;)rd April. 

m. 2 (8). Emly, D[avid] bishop of, staying by licence in England; letters of 
attorney to, in favour of Richard de Bristol and David son of 
David de Emly, for Ireland. Westminster, 7th November. 

m. 2 (21). Eneford, presentation, addressed to R. bishop of Salisbury, of William 
de Estden', clerk, to the church of, void and in the King's gitt, 
by reason of the voidance of the bishopric of Winchester, which is 
in the King's hands. Westminster, 12th November. 

Engham (Norf.) ; see Ingham. 

m. 18 (92). Englf field (Berks) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and Robert 
Malet to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by Roger son 
of William de Rnglefeld against Roger bishop of Coventry and 
Lichfield, touching the manor of. 



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No. 1. — Calendar of Patent Rolls : 8 Edward L — contimtetL 

9d. (8A>. Englefield (.Berks) ; appointment of Geoffi-ey de Leukenore aod 
Geofirej de Picheford to take the assise of mort dancestor ar- 
raigned by Roger son of William de Knglesfeld against Roger 
bishop of CoYentry and Lichfield, touching two parts of the manor 
of. 

n. S4d. (17). Enstone, Broad (*' Bradenestane '')i Lidstone (" Lidenestane "), 

Chalford ('• Chaltford "), Cleveley (**ClyTe"), and fleyford 
(Oxf.) ; appoiutment of Robert Fulcoois and Robert Malet to 
take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by Jordan son of 
William de Bradenestane a^inst the prior of Spitel Norton and 
others, touching possessions m. 

B. l€d. (57). Bpperstone (Notts) j appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and 

Elias de Bekingham te take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by John de Heriz a^nst William Sampson and others, touching 
common of pasture m. 

in, 16d. (56). Srdburg' (Leic.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Blias 

de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arrai^ed b j 
Robert de Colston Basset against William de Limar and Gilbert le 
Provost, touching a tenement in. 

m. 4d. (59). Brdecote-near-Alweston (Glonc) $ appointment of Robert Fulconis 

and Giles de Berkeley to take the assise of mort dancestor ar- 
raigned by John de Ruos against John de la Graye, touching a 
mesuage and land in. 

Erdeleg* (Herts.) ; Bte Ardeley. 

m. 18 (84). Erdington (Warw.) ; appomtment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias 

de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Philip de Mutton against Henry de Erdenten and Hugh de Brunnes- 
hope, touching a tenement in. 

ID. 18d. (40). Erdington (Warw.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias 

de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arrayed by 
Henry de Harecurt and Emma his wife against Hugh de Brumes- 
hope and William Sharp*, touching common of pasture in. 

o/SOd. (29). Bidifton (Norihumbr.) ; appointment of Geoffrey Aguillon and Alan 

Walkinitham to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by 
Robert Silk' and Margaret his wife against William Espeleyi 
touching a toft and land in. 

Erminglond (Norf.) ; see Irmingland. 

ID. 3d. (16). Brtyndon (Surr.) ; appointment of John de CV)bham and Roger de 

Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Henry le 
Mareschal against Alianor, the Queen-Mother, and others, touching 
a tenement in. 

n. 17 (11). Escot, Henry le, and Geoffrey de Gateffeld, collectors of the murage 

of the vill of Newcastle-on-Tyne ; grant to, by the view of the 
mayor and bailiffs of that viU, of as much out of the said murage 
for their labour per annum as other collectors received before them. 
Westminster, 27th May. 

m. 5 (10). Escot, Richard le, one of the foresters of Inglewood Forest; pardon 
to, for having caused the death of William son of Elias de Grene- 
xjgge, as it was done because the said William resisted arrest 
for a trespass of venison in the said forest. Carlisle, 10th 
September. 

m. 6 (15). Escote, Hugh de, demise and grant to, of the custody of two parts of 
the lands and tenements in West-Tuderley, late of Walter de 
Langeford. deceased, and that of the lands and tenements in 
Aisshel, late of Ro^er de Lan^eford, and which after his death 
descended to the heirs of the said Walter by right of inheritance, 
during the minority of the swd heirs the said custodies having been 
long since granted to Walter de Helyuu to hold to farm and since 
SDrrendered by him into the hands of the King. Westminster, 4th 
November. 



69 jLPrntDXX to tbel rosrr*ifffNTn sbpobt of the 

N<h l.^*-Cal6adar.o£ Patent- Rolls :- 8 Edward I.—- con/snu^irf. 

m. 14X1S)* Baher, prwentaCion, ^greeted to the keeper of the Bpirituiiltties of 
ihe bishopric of Winehetter, of Uobert de Camera to the church 
of, void and in the King's ^ft by reason of the voidance of the 
bishopric of Winchester, which is in the Kill's bands. West- 
minster, 10th June. 

xn. 6 (81). Kspeeer, John le, and Adam de Yeidooel, keepers of the Bjmhange 
of York ; mandate to, to pay, oat of the new money therein, to 
Master ThomaA Bek, keeper of the wardrobe, 6001, towards the 
expenses of the household. York, 18th August. 

ni; 20 (24). Esqueler ('*Squeler" in the marginal title), Heury le; grant to, 

during good behaviour, of the ballirate of the custody of the gate 
of York Castle, and the custody of the prison of the said castle, 
^nth the custody of the water of the fosse there, if the custody of 
the prison and water aforesaid belong to the baUivate of the cus- 
tody of the gate aforesaid, with the usual payment. Odiham, 5th 
May. 

Essedon (Bucks) ; see Ashendon. 

m. 22d. (55). Essehd (Heref.) ; appointment of Bobert Fulconis and Giles de 

Berkeley to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Agnes 
daughter of Bobert Attenessehe against Fain son of Pain atte 
' Nessehoi touching, a tenement in, i 

m. 25 (2). Bftsex, Hugh de; acceptance of the Remise and grant made to, of 
the manor of Toleshunte, by Roger le Bygod, earl of Norfolk and 
marshal of England and Alina his wife, «langhter and heir of 
Philip Basset, deceased, as it appears that there is ambiguity in 
the demise and grant made by the said Hugh to the said Phil^, 
daring his life, of the manor of Northwelde as is contained in a 
fine made between the said Philip and Hugh temp. Henry IIL, 
the latter manor to remain to the said Boger and Alina free of 
any claim from the aaid Hugh and his heirs. Winchettofi 4lfa 
January. 

m. 18 (6). Essex, the sheriff of ; precept to, to make inquisition as to the plaint 
of the abbat of Stratford against several neighbours of his that 
they refnse to oontribato to the repairs of the waUsand/dykeaiftf 
the marsh of Westhamme which he annnally makes to protect his 
own lands and the lands of his said neiffbhoars-iil the said marges, 
who moreover neglect the repairs of their own walls and dykes 
therein, to the danger of inundation by the waters of the Thames 
and of the Lea, and to distrain on those who refuse to contribute to 
the repairs made by the abbat and those who neglect t^eir own 
repairs, and compel them to do both. Westminster, 10th June. 

Esteston (Northt.) ; see Holcote. 

m. 1 (15). £ston,.John de; grant to, in fee simple, of two acres of laud which 
he holds by assignment of Thomas de Normanvile, the King's 
seneschal-, by the King's precept, in the wood of Werdenn', in 
Skipton- Forest, Yorkshire, for the support of his mill and his 
mine of Appeltrewyk. Westminster, 18th November. 

Eston Somervill' (Glonc.) ; see Aston Somerville. 

m. 27 (4). Estringhaatre ; presentation, directed to the Inshop of London, of 
Peter de Trye to the church of, void and in the King's gift, by 
reason of the custody of the land and heirs of Nicholas de Crioll, 
deceased, which is in his hands. Windsor, 26th November. 

m. 21d. (62). Etloe ("Ettelowe") (Glouc.) ; appointment of Bobert Fulconis and 

Giles de Berkeley to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by Walter atte Berewe against Patrick de Chaworth (" Cadnrc* ") 
and others, touching a tenement in. 

]B.27(10)* Bnersle, Edmund de, and John his. brother (sons of Agnes de 

Enersle) ; ratification to, of a grant made to, by Henry III., that 
the 10 marks a year before granted by him to the said Agnes and 
to her hofband Bartholomew for life should, whenever Sey came 



DXrUTY. KBSPBft. 09F TSM. FVBldO SE0OBD8. 63 

Koi l.--Catetod«r<)f ?a*ent Rolb : 8 Edward. I.^ continued. 

into that King'* hands by the death. or oession of the said Bar- 
tholomew, be reoeiTed by them for hfe. Wincherter, 2Cth De- 
' cember. , *^« 

m. 2 (IS), Kneske, Isaac le, Vrtellns son of? Heence to, to seU to whomsoeTer 

. he pleases bi8 houses in Norwich, the site of which is ffiven. West- 
minster, 10th November. * , »VCTl 

m. 74^(68), Buxton ("Eidoeston") (Lane.); appointment of Geoffrey AiraiUon 

and Ahm de Walkingham to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Richard del Boldycar against WUliam . Bnssel and 
others, touehmg common of pasture in. 

mr IM.-<4d>. Bvei^n (Northt.) j appointment • of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias 

de Beldnghwn to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 

♦ ' ' *»• *«><>«*. w Bemey against John Lonel and others.^ iQuchin« a 

tenement m. » v v« ugr • 

m. lad. (65). EverBdon, Great (Cambr.) ; appointment of Roc«r Loyeday and 

u ^Mi?* ^^**™ ^P ^^* ^^ *^^«« ^^ no^e^ diBseisin anwimed 

by WilUam Joye against Simon le Wreite, t04jching a tenement inT 

«.«; (8). ETwham <Wofc.) ; appointment of Eobert Folconis and Giles de 

Berkeley to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by John 

■ yt , ®."**^° ^ ^^^^ against William abbat of ETeshiun and 
Jonn le Aumener, touching a teneiUent in. 



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i .. m. f (5V Bwell', Riehavd de;* paMon to, of all debts due by him to the Kinir 

ortoH^mylll. Westminster, 7th November. ^ 

«. 6 (1). Exeter; cong6 d'^lire to John de Exeter, treasurer of Exeter andi to 
Henry de Boleet, archdeacon of Totnes (" Totton' "). vice W late 
• ' • bishop of, deceased. Oddisak, 7th August. 

m. 6 (»). Exeter, assent to the election of Master Peter de, canon of the cathe- 
dral church of, as bishop of. Lincoln, 7th October. 
;' m. 4 (f?r, Exeter, Tfestitutlon of temporaUties to Peter de Exeter, a canon of as 

bishop-elect of, his election having been confirmed by J. aroh- 
bishop of Canterbury, and his fealty taken ; and mandate of 
intendence and respondence in pursuance in favour of to the 
tenants of the bishopric. Bokingham, 1 1th October. ' 

: m.^.ifii)^ Gpnennent mandate of livery in pursuance to Nicholas de Clere 

keeper of the bishopric. ' 

»r«7 <U). Exeter, the prior of S. Nicholas at ;. protection to, and to the laeu 

lands, &c. of, in IrelauO. Winchester, 80th December. ' 

m. 7 or). Exeter, Nichohs-de, going with Richard de Bveter to parts bevond 
seas; protection to, with clause. Leicester, 27th J aly. 

--m. 92 (10). Exeter, Psyn de, chaphiin of AHanor, the Queen Consort; sinltile 

protection to. Down Arapney, 2nd March. 

m. 11 (21). Exeter, Richard de ; grant to, in fee simple, of 20 librates of land 
in Connaught (" Connoukt "), in Ireland, near his own land there 
which Robert de Uffbrd, the justiciar of Ireland, lately committed 
to him in fee fsrm. Odiham, 29th June.. 

m. 7 (8). Exeter, Richard de, going by licence to parts beyond seas : protec- 
tion to, with clause. Leicester, 27th July. 

,.jn..l»d. (67). Exeter; commission of gaol delivery for, to H. de Chanmbemun 

Henry de Rale, Thomas du Pyn, and John de Beaupr^. ' 

m. 8d. (47). Exeter ; commission of gaol delivery for, to Henry de Chaumbemun 

Henry de Ralee, Thomas de Pyn, and John de Beaupr^. . ' 

. m, W. (9)1 Bydoa (Northt.) ;.appoi]itm^t of l^ioholas de Stapleton and Elias 

de Bekingham to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by 
Robert Wyt against Thomas Wale, tonehing a mesuage and land 
in. 

- n. edr'(68). Bydon (Northt.) ; appointment of same to take a similar assise 

^ «**»gned by. Robert Wyt against Thomas WaJ« and Richard bis 

ton, touehing a moiuage and land in. 



64j appendix to the FORXr-NINTIl UEPOUt OF THE 

No. 1. — Calendar of Patent HolU: 8 Edward I, — continued. 

Eye (Midds.) ; see Westminster. 

m. 4d. (50). Eye (SufF.) ; appumtment of Roger Loveday and Bobert de 

TAidham to take the assise arraigned by Richard de Sudden against 
Boger Mervoilh'e and others, touching a foisse destroyed in. 

ID. 5d. (75). Bytieiibury (Hunts) ; appointment of BiOger Loveday and Robert 

de Ludham to take Che assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Henry 
son of Bartholomew de Eynesbir' against Simon Pilche and others, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. lid. (66). Eynsham (Oxf.); appointment of Robert Fulconis and Bobert Malet 

to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by the abbat of 
Eynsham against William le Fraunkeleyn and others, touching a 
tenement in. 

m« 6d. (81). Eynstapelich (Cumbr.) ; appointment of OeofOhey Aguillon and Alan 

de Walkingham to take the eertifieatton arraigned by William de 
Bouull against Robert FitsHenry, touching a tenement in. 

m. 28d. (11). Fairstead (Essex) ; appointment of John de Lovetot and Roger de 

Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned bv FjrQa 
daughter of Peter de Fairstede against William de Fairstede, 
chaplain, and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 28d. (25). Fairstead (Essex) ; appointment of Johu de Lovetot and Elias de 

Bekingham to take the assise <^ novel disseisin arraigned by Fina 
daughter of Peter de Fayrsted against William de Fayrsted, 
chaplun, and others, touching a tenement in. 

a. 28d. (45). Fakelond ; association of Solomon de Rochester with Walter de 

Wimbome and Thomas de S. Vigor to take the assise of novel 
[disseisin] arraigned by ISicholas de S. Vigor against Hugh de 
Curtenay and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 18 (54). Faldingworth (** Falthingworth ") (Line.) ; appointment of Nicholas 
de Stapleton and Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of novel 
disseisin arraigned by Hugh Daundelyn against William Brannd 
and others, touching a tenement in. 

in. 12d. (73). Faldingvorth (Line.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and 

Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of norel disseisin arraigned 
by John de Normanton and Cecilia his wife against German de 
Benton and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 5d. (25). Faldingworth (Line.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and 

Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by Peter Sharp against Thomas de Scoteny and others, touching a 
tenement in. 

m. I8d. (80). Farleigh, East (Kent) ; appointment of John de Oobham and Roger 

de Leicester to take the attunt arraigned by William Greoory 
against Matilda late wife of Silvester, of East-Farleigh, touching 
laod in. 

m. 2Sd. (61). Farley (Wore.) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and Giles de 

Berkeley to take die assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Wil* 
liam le Poer against Philip Hasard and others, touching a tene- 
ment in. 

m. 12d. (20). Farley (Wore.) ; appointment of Giles de Berkeley and Adam le 

Botiller to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by William 
le Poer against Adam (or Ada) de Farle and others, touching a 
tenement in. 

m. 5d. (10). Farlsthorpe (Line.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and 

Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by William son of Walter de Freskena and Alice his wife against 
the abbat of Louth Park, touching common of pasture in. 

m. 18 (65). Famborough (" Farenberwe ") (Kent) ; appointment of John de 
Cobham and Roger de JJeicester to take the assise of novel dis- 
seisin arraigned by Joan late wife of John le Flemming against 
Gregory de Rockesl* and others, touching a tenement in. 



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No. l.«-Ca]eadar of Patent Rolls: 8 Edward I. — continued, 

m. 18 (36). Faroboroagh (*| Farinberg' ") (Kent) ; appoiutmeot of same to take 

3 similar assise arraigned by Simon de Buglee against Felicia late 
vife of Peter FitsWalkelin, touching a tenement in. 

. 19d. (71). Farndon 0* Farendon ") (Notts); appointment of Nicholas de 

Stapleton and Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of novel dis- 
seisin anaigned by Robert sou of William de Nottingham against 
John AssebBllok\ touching a tenement in. 

xn. 5d. (54). Famham (Esuex) ; appointment of Johu de Lovetot and Roger de 

Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned bj Ingeler 
Ledet and Clarice his wife against Simon de Famham and otherp, 
touching a tenement in. 

Farnham (SuE) ; see Glemham, North. 

m. 15d. (13). Famham (Snrr.) ; appointment of John de Cobham and Roser de 

Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Richard 
de la Bum [and] Richard le Marescal against Henry Falcher, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 13d. (46). Famham (Sarr.); appointment of John de Cobham and Roger de 

Leioester to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Robert 
son of Ranulph Trapes against William son of Ranulph Trapes, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 13d. (49). Famham (Surr.) ; appointment of the same judges to take the assise 

of novel disseisin arraigned b^' Peter de Snelleshuth' against 
Robert Trapes and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 8d. (88). Famham (Surr.) ; appointment of John de Cobham and Roger de 

Leioester to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by Radulph 
Turgys against Margery Turgis, John Dummere and AUce his 
wife, touching a moiety of a mesuage in. 

m. 20d. (12). Famworth (" Farneurd ") (Lane.) ; appointment of Geoffrey Agay- 

lun and Alan de Walkingham to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Adam son of John le Louer against Robert le Grelly 
and others, touching a tenement in. 

00. 17d. (63). Farthingstone (Northt.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and 

Elias de Bekingham to take the assise arraigned by Silvester de 
Swyneford against Richard de Qatisden, touching a fosse levied 
in." 

m. SSd. (35). Faversbam ; commission of gaol delivery for, to Stephen de Pene- 

cestre, William de Detlynge, and Henry Perot. 

m. 6 (S6). Fecamp ; agreement to observe for themselves and their heirs by 
(French.) Edward I. and Alianor, the Queen*Consort, the repayments ap- 
pointed by them to be made of 4,000/. of Paris lent by the abbat 
and convent of, at the request of the King, in aid of the acquit- 
tance of the debts of his land of Ponthieu. York, 20th August, 
A.D. 1280. 

FeldwalEnge (Norf.) ; see Dallmg, Field. 

m. 24 U^}* Fenles, William de; letters of attorney to, in favour of William 

Amesas for England. Lindhurst, 20th January. 

m. 27 (5). Ferre, Guy, and Joan his wife ; confirmation to, of the grant made 

to, by Alianor, the Queen-Mother, of the manor of Fakenham in 
CO. Norfolk, with all its rights and appurtenances, during their 
lives, in compensation for the remise and quit-claim made to her 
by them of the manor of Wyteley in co. Surrey, formerly granted 
to them by her in a similar manner (with the exception of the 
advowson of the church thereof) ; the reversion of the said manor 
of Fakenham, after the death of the said Guy and Joan to go to 
the Queen-Mother, and, failing her life, to the Crown. Winchester, 
84th December. 

jn. 27 (6). Concurrent mandate of intendence and respondence in favour of the 

said Guy and Joan to the tenants of the manor of Fakenham. 

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66 APPENDIX TO THE FOBTT-NINTH KEPOBT OF THE 

No. 1. — Calendar of PateDt Rolls : 8 Edward I. — continued, 

m. 24 (18). Fcrre, Goy, gone by licence to parts beyond seas on the aflairs of the 
Queen-Mother ; protection to, with the clause : Volumus, Lind- 
hurst, 20th January. 

m. 25 (27). Ferrer, John, knt. ; ^nt to, daring life, of the fee held by Joan 
late Qaeen of Castille and Comtesse of Ponthien of the (Sonnt of 
Flanders, to be held by the said John of the said Count. Win- 
Chester, 6th January. 

m. 26 (3). Fifhide, John de ; appointment of, to view the state of the debts to 
and fh>ni the Kinff in Ireland from the time of his coronation ; 
and to provide that persons be elected, by the counsel of Robert 
de Ufford, justiciar of Ireland, in the various ports thereof, to 
collect the new custom on wools and hides exported from Ireland ; 
and mandate of intendence and respondence in pursuance in 
favour of, to all the bailiifs and men of Ireland. Wmchester, 6th 
January. 

Fifide (Essex) ; see Fyfield. 

m. 22d. (45). Figheldean and Ablington (Wilts) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis 

and William de Brayboef to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Henry son of Henry Sturmy and Margaret his wife, 
Matilda and Isabel sisters of the said Marp^aret, against Ranald 
de Cliiford and Peter FitsWarin, touching a tenement in; and 

m. 22d. (46). the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by the said Henry, Margaret, 

Matilda, and Isabel against Richard de la Mote, touching two 
mesuagcs and land in Tidcombe Husee. 

m. Id. (15). Fileking*, Over (Berks) ; appointment of Robert Fulconisand Walter 

de Agmodesham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
William Makehayt against Robert le Boef, touching a tenement in. 

m. 24d. (18). Finchingfield (Essex) ; appointment of Thomas de Weyland and 

John de Lovetot to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Thomas de Ipanla against William de Montchesney, of Bdward- 
stone and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 18 (74). Finchingfield (Essex) ; appointment of John de Lovetot and Roger 
de Leicester to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by 
Richard de Ispan' against William de Mont Ohesney, of Edward- 
stone, and Th. de Ispann*, touching possessions in. 

m. 8d. (28). Fisfaerton (Wilts) ; appointment of Solomon de Rochester and Robert 

Fulconis to take the assise of novel disseisin arraiffned by Geofirey 
Motun against Henry FitzAucer and others, touching a tenement 
in. 
m. 24d. (75). Fisherton-near-New Sarum (Wilts) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis 

and William de Brayboef to take the assise of mort dancestor 
arraigned by Robert le Peyntur and Margery his wife, Radulph le 
Draper, of Downton ("Dunton*'), and Petronilla his wife, and 
Clemency daughter of Albin de New Sarum against Henr}' Fitz- 
Ather, touching meadow in. 

m. 11 (10) Fisshebum*, Giles de ; pardon to, of the trespass committed by him 
in taking to wife Margery late wife of Alexander Luterel, who held 
of Geoffrey Luterel, who held in chief of the King. Odiham, 27th 
June. 

m. 14d. (2). Fisshebum' (Kent) ; appointment of John de Cobham and Roger 

de Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
the prioress of Davingtou (•* Dauenton' "), against Thomas de 
Bruneston' and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 4d. (56). Fittleworth (" Fytelworth ") (Suss.) ; appointment of John de 

Cobham and Roger de Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Richard de la Lee, Roger de la Lee, and Felicia his 
wife against John de Hauterive and others, touching a tenement 
in. 

m. 16 (7). FitzAIan, John, Isabella late wife of; commisimus to, of the castle 
and honor of Arundel, late of the aforesaid John, deceased, during 
the minority of the heirs of the same John, with 35 librates, 
10 solidates, and 6 denarates of land and rent in Westdene and 



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Kbi 1.^ — Calendar of Patent RoUa : 8 Edward l.-^-canHnuecL 

Cherletoii% and a moiety of the hundred of Stokeflbrogg' fonnerlj 
had hy commtBinnis from the King during the minority of the heirs 
aforesaid, saving to J. archbishop of Canterbury and bis succesaors 
all pertaining to the archbishopric within the honor afijresaid. 
Westminster, 27th May, 

m. 16 (Sy* Concurrent mandate to the executors of the will of Emeric de Gan- 

cellari4 to make lirery to the said Isabella of the aforesaid castle 
and honor, &o. 

m* 2 (^)« Fits- Alan, John, Isabella late wife of; grant to, of the castle of 

Whitminster, late of the said John, long since deceased, during the 
minority of his heirs, she having hitherto held it of the King to 
farm ; a sum of 100/. to be paid by her to the abbat and convent 
of Yale-Royal for the arrears of the said farm for Michaelmas 
Term last past, and 200/. a year to the said abbat and convent 
daring the minority of the heirs aforesud. Westminster, 14th 
November. 

m. 3 (2)« Fits-David, Thomas, and William Fitz«Clements and other coasins 

and friends of David archbishop of Cashel ; protection, mainte- 
nance, and defence to, in their rights and liberties in Ireland. 
Westminster, 80th October. 

xn. 27 (17). Fits- John, Matthew, and Henry the parson of Chaluedon', going by 

licence to S. James [of Compostella] ; protection to, with clause. 
Winchester, 1st January. 

XD. 17 (16). Fitz-John, Richard ; pardon to, of the trespass committed by him in 

taking a buck without licence in the forest of Windsor. Westmin- 
ster, 27th May. 

m. 5 (98)* Fits-John, Robert ; pardon and acquittance to, of 6/. a year, with 
(oetfnle.) arrears, if any, due to the King, being the excess over the cuBCodies 

granted to him in satisfaction of a fee of 25/. a year on ISdi 
November, 7 Edward I., of the lands and tenements of John de 
Bohun, deceased, in Luton, extended at 17/. a year, and of those of 
Radulph de Bukeham^ deceased, which were in the King's hands 
by reason of the voidance of the abbey of S. Edmund's, idso in the 
l^g's hands, and were extended at 14/. a year, during the minority 
of the heirs of the aforesaid John and Kadulph. Durham, 17th 
September, 8 Edward I. 

m. 8 (28). Fitz-Joyce, John ; going by licence to parts beyond seas ; simple 

protection to. Langley, 20th July. 

m. SS (5). Fits-Otto, Hugh ; grant to (in compensation for the custody of the 

Sei^geanty of the mints of London and Canterbury, late of Thomas 
Fits-Otto, deceased, and which had been granted to the said Hugh 
during the minority of the aforesaid heirs {_8ic'] so that he could 
acquire no right or claim thereout during the same) of a moiety of 
the garden and manor of Chilwarton and Anne Sauuage, with a rent 
of 18«. 4df. a year from Perceval son of Thomas de Chilwarton, and 
of 6«. 8df. a year from Thomas le Waleys, in Chilwarton, formerly 
in the hands of Benedict son of Licoricia, formerly a Jew of Win- 
chester, who was hanged for felony ; and of ;all the debts, arrears, 
and fees due from the said Thomas de Chilwarton to the said Jew, 
and of all the debts due from the said Thomas and his heiis to 
Jospin son of Deulegard, a Jew. Winchester, 6th January. 

Concurrent mandate in pursuance to the justices for the custody of 
the Jews. 

m. 21 (14). Fitz-Otto, Hu^h ; grant to (in full completion of the grant formerly 

made to him of 50 librates of land out of the wardships which 
might fall to the King to be held by the said Hugh during the 
minority of the heirs to whom such lands ought to pertain by mhe- 
ritance, in part completion of which grant he holds the heredita- 
ments late of William de Fassenham, in Passenham, who is *' non- 
compos," which are extended at 27/.) of the custody of the lands 
and hei? of John la Veille, deceased (which are extended at 
22/. 22 j^.), during the minority of the said heir, with the maritage 
of the said heir. Cirencester, 29th March. 

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68 APPENDIX TO THE FOETY-KINTH BEPORT OF THE 

.No. 1. — Calendar of Patent Bolls : 8 Edward L — continued. 

m. 1 (16). Fitz«Robert, Eado ; pardon to, for having caused the death of Robert 
Fitz-Bobert. Westminster, 18th November. 

m. 4 (6). Fitz-Tliomas, WiUiam ; pardon to, for having killed Richard son of 
William Attemelne, as it appears by an inquiution taken by 
Stephen de Penecestre, Ck)n8table of Dover Castle, and the coroners 
of CO. Kent that he did so by misadventure. Lincoln, 8th October. 

m. 19 (17). Fitz-Warin, William ; simple protection to, in Ireland. Westminster, 
17th May. 

m. 1 1 (3). Fitz-Warin, William $ appointment of, as bailiff in Ireland to keep 
and hold there, during pleasure, four pleas in all liberties and juris- 
dictions (*' erociis") of archbishoprics, bishoprics, abbeys, and else- 
where in the land of Ulster, and to take custody of all knights* fees 
held of the King there ; and mandate of intendence and reipondenue 
in pursuance in favour of, to the men of Ireland. Odiham, 27th 
June. 

m. 5 (19). Fitz-Warin, William, going to Ireland on the Ring*s business ; pro- 
tection to, with the clause : Volumut. Durham, 18th September. 

m. 6d« (50). Flaforthe (Northumbr.) $ appointment of Geoffrey Aguillon and Alan 

de Walkingham to take the assise of mort dancester arraigned by 
Radttlph son of Alice de Flaforthe against the abbat of S. Alban's 
and the prior of Tynemouth, touching a toft and land in. 

m. 6d. (67). Flaslond (Southt) ; appointment of Robert Fuloonis and William 
de Bcayboef to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
William Malebise against Simon le Draper and others, touching a 
tenement in. 

m. 3d. (81), Flekenho (Warw.) ; appointment of Radulph de Hengham and Regi- 
nald de Legh to take the assise of mort dancestor arrai^ed by 
John sou of John Conye against Theobald Verdun, touchmg land 
in. 

m. 2d. (18). Flekenho (Warw.) ; appointment of same to take a similar assise 

arraigned by the said John against Theobald de Verdun, touching 
a mesuage and land in. 

m. 18d. (94). Flexlond (Southt.) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and William de 

Brayboef to take the assise of novel disseisin arraiffned by Philip 
le White against Geoffrey le Blund and others, touchmg a tenement 
in. 

m. 22d. (28). FHtton C'Flitte*') (Beds); appointment of Robert Fulconis and 

Robert Malet to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Creoffrey de Flyt against Peter de Flitte, touching a tenement in. 

m. 18 (53). Flitwick (Deds) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and Robert Malet 
to take the assi&o of mort dancestor arraigned by Maurice son of 
Roger le Feure against Sampson le Pestur and others, touching a 
mesuage and laud in. 

m. 12 (14). Florence, Fulberti de, and Guido his brother, going by licence to 
parts beyond seas ; safe-conduct to. Westminster, 10th June. 

m. 29 (19). Florence, Master Selvaggio (*' Saluagius ") de, going to the Court of 

Rome on the King's a&irs ; safe-conduct to. Down Ampney^ 
4th March. 

m. 22 (20). The same; protection to. Same date. 

m. 22 (21). The same ; letters of attorney to, in favour of Hugh Pape and 
Richard de Derby chaplain for England. Same date. 

m. 28d« (24). Folejaumbe, Thomas de, and Henry del Lee ; appointment of, to 

inquire as to all trespasses done in the forests of Edmund the 
King*s brother in oo. Lauc, and to hoar, determine, and do 
justice as to plaints touching such trespasses. Windsor, 26th 
November. 

m. .M. (8). Foleshill (" Folkeshull") (Warw.); appointment of Nicholas dc 
Stapleton and Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of mort 
dancestor arraigned by Bo^er son of Richard de Assewey against 
the prior of Coventry, touchmg a mesuage and land in. 



BEPUXr KEEPER OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS. 6$ 

No. 1. — Calendar of Pa toot Rolls : 8 Edward I. — continued, 

u. 20d. (54). Folkestone (Kent) ; appointment of John de Cobham and Roger de 

Leicester to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by John 
le Cok' and Benedict his brother against Robert de Benfbrd and 
others, touching land in. 

Folnetebj (Line.) $ see Falnetby. 

m. 6 (14). Foinycbun, Hugh de : grant to, by the King and Alianor, tho Queen- 

Consort, of 30/., of Tours, for life. Fontrefract, the Tuesday after 
the Assumption of the B. V. M., A.D. 1280. 

m. 17 (21). Forde, William de la; pardon to, for having caused the death of 

William de Kbriston*. Westminster, 29th IVlay. 

m. 3d. (43). Fordham, Great (Essex) ; appointment of John deLovetot and Roger 

de Jjeicester to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
William de Tendrin^ against Basilia de Subjrres, touching a 

m. Sd. (44). teuement in ; and a similar assise arraigned by the said William 

agutnst Hugh de Crepping*, touching a tenement in Great Tey 
Great Fordham, and Wormingibrd (" Wyrmundesford **). 

m. 27d. (35). Fordingbridge (*< Forthing^ebrigge ") (Southt.); appoiotment of 

Robert.Fulconis and William de Brayboef to take the assise of mort 
dancestor arraigned by Jnl[iana] la Relys against Agnes late wife 
of William Sprake, touching two mesuages in. 

m. 27d. (SO). Fordingbridge (Southt.) ; appointment of same to take the ansise of 

novel disseisin arraigned by the abbat of Beaulieu against Nigel de 
Clerk and Matilda his wife, touching a tenement in. 

m. ISd. (59). Fordingbridge (''Forthingbrigg* ") (Southt) ; appointment of Robert 

Fulconis and William de Brayboef to take the assise of novel 
disseisin arraigned by John le Comwaleis and Joan his wife against 
John Trapel, touching a tenement in. 

in. 9d. (64). Fordingbridge (Southt.) ; appointment of same to take a similar assise 

arraigned by Nigel le Clerk of Fordingbridge and Matilda his wife 
against William le Brun and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 7d. (31). Fordingbridge (Southt.) ; appointment of same to take a similar 

assise arraigned by John le Cornwaleys and Joan his wife against 
John Trapel and Richard Blancbard, touching a tenement in. 

m. 32d. (21). Forebridge (Staff.) ; appointment of Radulph de Hengham and 

Regidald de Leye to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Richard de Turvile and Albreda his wife against Henry Wymer, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 8d. (40). Fomcett (Norf.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday and Robert de 

Ludbam to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Simon 
Godwj'ue against John FitzReginald and others, touching a 
teuement in. Novus locus in Shirewod [?Newstead]. 2nd 
August. 

m. 4d. (29). Forncett (Norf.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday and Robert de 

Ludham to take the certification arraigned by John son of Reginald 
de Donedale and others, against Simon Godewyu touchm^ a 
tenement in. 

Forton (Staff.) ; see Mere. 

m. 18 (67). Foulethorp' (Line.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias 

de Bekin^ham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Geoffrey Te Venur and Matilda his wife, Alice Gay, and Christiana 
Gay her sisters against Gilbert de la Chambre and John de Malber- 
thorp', touching a tenement in. 

m. 18 (47). Foxearth (** Foxherde ") (Essex) ; appointment of John de Lovetot 

and Roger de Leicester to take the assise arraigned by William 
Fits Walter, parson of the church of Foxearth, against William Fitz- 
Hnmpbrey and others, touching a fosse destroyed in. 

m. 8d. (19). Frampton ("Fronton") (Line.) ; appointment of Nicholas de SUpleton 

and Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by William FitsEudo against William deSteping, touching 
a tenement in. 



70 APPENDIX TO THE TOBTY-NINTH HEPOBT OF THE 

No. 1. — Calendar of Patent Bolls : 8 Edward L — continue. 

m.2d. (28). Frankley (Wore.); appoiatmeut of Kobert Eulconis and Qaiw de 

Berkeley to take the assise of uovel disseisia arraigned by Bobert 
de la Ghambre against Nicholas de Wh&thamsted and Emma his 
wife, toaching a tenement in. 

ni. 8d. (26). Fransham, Great, and Little Dunham (Norf.) ; appointment of Boger 

Loveday and Bobext de Ladham to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by John son of Beginald of Little Dunham against 
William son of Gilbert de Franham, touching a tenement in. 

n. 4 (26). Fraunkeleyn, Stephen le, chaplain, going to Scotland ; letters of 
attorney to, for England, in favour of Walter Fraunkeleyn. 
Westminster, 27th October. 

Freston (Soff.) ; see Boghtou. 

m. 8d. (72). Frettenham Bpixworth (" Spikewithe ") and West Winch (Norf.) ; 

appointment of Boger Loveday and Bobert de Ludham to take the 
assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Bobert le Poure against 
Thomas Bardolf and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 15 (16). Friars Preachers, the Order of, the piior and fraternity o^ in the 

city of Loudon ; grant to, towards the construction of their new 
church there, 100 marks in which John de Polingefold, and 100/. 
in which Henry de Huse were lately amerced before Boger de 
Clifford and his colleagues, justices itinerant of the forest in oo. 
Southampton, for trespasses of the forest there. Westminster, 
Srd June. 

BB. 20d. (64). Frieston (** Freston ") (Line.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Staple- 
ton and Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by John Coband against Lucy Pecche and Walter Cade, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 10d« (78). Frieston (" Friston **) (Line.) ; appointment of same to take the 

assise of mort dancestor arraigned by Bichard Blest and Boesia his 
wife against John des Vaux and others, touching land in. 

m. 18 (26). Frieston (** Friston '0 (Line.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton 

and Klias de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Isabel daughter of John Pissy and Matilda Fitz- 
Clement against Beginald Kidelomb and others, touching a tene- 
ment in. 

Frilsham (Berks) ; see Eling. 

m. Sd. (28). Frisby-near-Galby (Lcic.) ; appointment of Badulph de Hengham 

and Bobert le Waleys to take the certification arraigned by John 
de Freseby against Banulph de Freseby and others, touching a 
tenement in. 

m. 5d. (42). Friskney (" Freskeneye ") (Line); appointment of Nicholas de 

Stapleton and Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of novel dis- 
seisin arraigned by Bobert FitzEmise against John vicar of the 
church of Friskney, touching a tenement in. 

m. I7d. (12). Frome, Bishop's (Heref.) ; appointment of Bobert Fulconis and 

Giles de Berkeley to take the assise arraigned by Walter Hackelutel 
against Th. bishop of Hereford and others, touching two fosses 
destroyed in. 

m. 12d« (21). Frome, Bishop's (Heref.) ; appointment of Bobert Fulconis and 

Giles de Berkeley to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
John atte Halle and Matilda his wife against Hugh atte Halle and 
others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 24d. (64). Froyle ('* Froille ") (Southt) ; appointment of Bobert Fulconis and 

William de Brayboef to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by Bichard Foun and Alice his wife against the abbess of S. Mary, 
of Winchester, and others, touching common of pasture in. 

m. 22d, (24). Fukingham (Essex) ; appointment of John de Lovetot and Boger de 

Leicester to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by Thomas 
de Baby against Sabina de Buby, toaching land in. 



DEPUTY K]S£PEB OF THE PUBLIC BECOBDS. 71 

No. l.-^i<Jalendar of Patent Bolk : 8 Edward l.^^eoniinued. 

in. 6d. (fisy* Pulbeck (line) ; appointnMnt of Nicholas de Stapleton and Eliaa de 

Beldngham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by William 
son of Dennis (or Dionisia) de Brend against William son of 
Andrew de la Grene and Robert son of Albert de Tragethorp, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 16d. (67). Folboom (Cambr.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday and Robert de 

Ladham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Thomas 
Bisshop against Alan Ck>lling' and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. ISd. (38). Fulboam (Cambr.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday and Robert de 

Ludham to take the assise of novel disseisin airaigned by 
Robeit Tibi against Gilbert Fitz-Warin and others, touching a 
tenement in. 

m. 15d. (10). Fnlbum (Norf.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday and Elias de 

Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Robert Tyby, of Folburn, against Gilbert son of Warin de Dun- 
mowe and others, touching a tenement in* 

m. 27d. (17). Falconis, Robert, and William de Brayboef ; appointment of» to take 

the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by Gliomas Trikedel and 
Elena his wife against Walter le Serjaont and Alice lids wife, 
touching a mesuage and land (stc). 

m. lOd. (15). Fulconis, Robert, and Robert Malet; appointment of, to take the 

assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Alary daughter of Stephen 
de Warmodeston against Stephen son of Mary de Warmodeston 
(«c) (Bucks). 

m. 7d. (14). Fu . . lesthorp' (Line.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and 

Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by Geoffrey Copin and Matilda his wife, Alice daughter of Richard 
Gay, and Christiana her sister against William FitzHerbert and 
others, touching a tenement in. 

Fuleswarthy (Salop) ; see Sudbir'. 

m. 17d. (65). Fulethorp' (Line.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias 

de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Geoffrey Copyn and'Matilda his wife, Alice daughter of Richaid 
Gay, and Christiana her sister against Gilbert de la Chaumbre and 
John parson of the church of Mablethorpe, touching a tenement 
in. 

m. 6d. (92). Fttlnetby Q* Folneteby '0 (Line.) ; appointment of Nicholas de 

Stapleton and Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of novel 
disseisin arraigned by Alan le Moncer and Joan his wife af ainst 
William Dalizon and Master Martin de FuUeteby, touehmg a 
tenement in. 

m. 4d. (4). Fulnetby (" Folneteby ") (Line.) ; appointment of Nicholas de 
Stapleton and Elias de Bekingfaam to take the assise of novel 
disseisin arraigned by Alan le Moncer and Joan his wife against 
William Dalizon and Master Martin de Folneteby, touching a tene- 
ment in. 

m. I7d. (54). Fulstow ("Fulenstowe") (Line); appointment of Nicholas de 

Stapleton and Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of mort dan- 
cestor arraigned by Henry son of Herbert Clerkek' against Robert 
del Boys, touching possessions in. 

m. 28 (11). Fyfide, John de, going by precept to the parts of Ireland on the 

King's affairs ; protection to, with clause : Volumes, Windsor, 
S6th November. 

m. 11 (19). Fyfide, John de ; appointment of^ to make view of the state of the 
debts due to the King and from the King to others in Ireland, 
and to provide in every port where wools and hides are laden and 
e^iporteid two good and true men to collect the new custom thereon 
until further orders. Odiham, 29th June. 



7-2 APPENDIX TO THE FORTTT-NINTH REPORT OF THE 

No. 1. -Calendar of Patent Rolls : 8 Edward I. — caniinuedL 

m. dd. (56). Fyfleld (*" Fifide ") (Ebftez) ; appointment of John de Lovetot and 

Rogper de Leicenter to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by John Brid against Roger de Beanohamp, touching a tenement 
in. 

m. 9d. (S8). Gaddesby (Leic.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias 

de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Herbert FitzWalter and Matilda his wife against Geoffrey Fitz- 
Auguatine, touching a tenement in. 

m. Sid. (9). Gaddesden (Herts) ; appointment of John de Lovetot and R. de 

Leukenore to take the assise of mort daiio^stor arraigned by John 
de Monemwe and Alice his wife against William del Fortel, 
touching a mesuage and land in. 

m. lOd. (28). Gaddesden ('' G&tesden "), Great (Herts) ; appointment of John de 

Lovetot and Rofer de Leicester to take the assise of mort dancestor 
^' arraigned by John son of Adam de Hemlansted against John de 

Great Gatesden, touching meadow in. 

m. 22d. (8). Gaham (Notts) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias de 

Bekingham to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by Ma- 
tilda daughter of Robert de S. Andrew and Agnes her sister against 
Agatha late wife of Walter de Rattenden, touching a mesuage and 
land in. 

Galby (Leic.) ; see Stretton. 

m. 27 (18). Gameir, Luke le ; pardon to, of the homicide of William le Irreis, 

killed in the parish of the church of S. Martin le Vieux in the 
island of Jersey, of which being long since indicted, the said Luke 
took refuge in the said church, and, escaping therefrom, came to 
England seeking the King's grace thereon, who at his instance 
gave instructions to Ernald Johannis, the bailiff of Jersey, that if 
the said Luke would put himself in the King's prison and on the 
verdict of a jury, the said Ernald should cause him to have such 
verdict, and the said Luke was thereby found not guilty of the 
aforesaid homicide. Winchester, 26th December. 

m. 15d. (7). Garboldisham (" Gerbodesham ") (Norf.) ; appointment of Roger 

Loveday and Robert de Ludfaam to take the assise of mort dan- 
cestor arraigned by John son of Reginald de Wygenhal against 
Nicholas do Weyland, touching possessions in. 

m. 15d. (41). Garboldisham (" GerboWesham ") and North Lopham (Norf.); 

appointment of same to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by John de Wygehale against Henry Clerhek' and others, touching 
a tenement in. 

m. 2d. (61). Garford (Berks) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and Robert 

Malet to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Robert de 
Cheleswill against Geoffrey de Baillolf ' and others, touching a tene- 
ment in. 

m. 6 (25). Garland, William de ; grant to, of the custody of the lands and tene- 
ments late of Gilbert Franncois, deceased, in Routheclyue, during 
the minority of his heirs. York, 18th August. 

m. 24 (8). Garlaund, William de ; grant to, of the custody of the lands late of 
Gilbert le Fraunceis, deceased, in Bastelden', and of that of the 
manor of Ncttlebudde, all in the King's bands; also of 10/. a year 
paid to the King by Alice late wife of Henry Dyne, deceased, for 
the custody of the lands late of the faid Henry, which has been 
granted to her by the King during the minority of the heirs of the 
said Henry, all to be held by the said William during the minority 
of the heirs of the said Gilbert and Henry, and of the heirs of the 
said manor. Winchester, 6th January. 

m. 28d. (43). Gnrway (Heref.) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and Giles de 

Berkeley to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by Felicia 
daughter of Henry le Keu against Robert Sheyl and others, 
touching a mesuage and laud in. 



DEPUTY KBEPEB OF THE PUBLIC BEGOBDS. 73 

No. 1. — Calender of Patent Rolls : 8 Edward I. — continued. 

IB. id. (70). Gatton (Surr.) ; appointment of John dc Cobham and Bogar de 

Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned bj John 
de Bramholm against Hamo de Gratton, touching a tenement in. 

m. 27d. (73). Qayton (" Gejton ") (Kortbt.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Sta- 

pleton and Elias de Behingbam to take the attaint arraigned bj 
Richard de Whaddan against Walter de Geyton and Sibil his wife, 
toQching a tenement in. 

m. 8d« (36). Gayton (Northt.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias 

de Bekingham to take the jnrj arraigned by Richard de Whaddon 
against Walter de Ghiyton and John son of John de Gayton, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 5d. (96). Gayton (Northt) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elia8 

(fe Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Henry de Gayton again^ Michael de Northampton and others, 
touching a tenement m. 

m, M. (99)- Geddington ('* Geytinton '*) (Northt.) ; appointment of Nicholas de 

Stapleton and Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of novel 
disseisin arraigned by Gerard de Ruddeston against Olive late 
wife of William de Wormington and others, touching a tenement 
in. 

Gelecrouz (Cumbr.) ; see Gilcrux. 

m. 19 (5). Gerarducii, Perceval, Bendinus Panuichij, Reynerua Brokely, and 
their partners, merchants of Lucca, specially intentivo by , iJ^e 
King*8 precept on his business in Ireland, licence to, to trade there, 
like other merchants of Ireland, without hindrance. Windsor, 9th 
May. 

Gerbodesham (Norf.) ; see Garboldisham. 

ia. id. (3). Gersingham (Lane.) ; appointment of Geoffrey A^uillon and Alan 

de Walkingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Roger de Lancaster against Edmund the King*s brother and others, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 23 (16). Giffard, John, of Brumesfeld, Anselm Basset, Badulph Daubeny, 

Simon Segre, Thomas de Morton, and Walter Balle, *' venator " of 
the said John ; pardon to, of all trespasses committed by the said 
John, and the others with him, in hunting and taking beasts in the 
King's forests of Bere and Aisshel (Southt.) without licence, of 
which trespasses they were indicted and convicted before the 
justices itinerant of the forest in the said county. Clarendon, 
16th February. 

ID. 23 (29). Giffard, John, of Brummesfeld ; grant to, for life, of the range 

C* percnrsum ") of the King's forest called '' Longeforest " in oo. 
Salop, and through the King's woods therein, for the purpose of 
hunting and taking his own beasts, started ('* motas ") by his own 
hounds in his free chace of Corssham without let or hindrance. 
Clarendon, 22nd February. 

[Crossed out. In margin of roll : — *^ Vacat quia aliter in- 
ferius."] 

rn. 23 (83). The same ; similar grant to, of the range of all the King's forests in 

CO. Salop, to whatever part thereof the said beasts, thus started in 
the said chace on any day, shall have run in the same day. 
Marlborough, 26th February. 

lu 21 (13) Giffard, John, of Brumesfeld, Anselm Basset, and others ; pardon to, 

of all the trespasses done by them in the New Forest (Southt.) in 
hunting and taking beasts therein without the King's licence, of 
which they were indicted before Roger de Clifford and his col- 
leagues, justices for pleas of the forest in eo. Southt., and convicted 
in 8 Edward L, and pardon to, of the amercements imposed upon 
them for the said trespasses by the said justices. Down Ampney, 
26th March. 



74 APPSKBIX TO THE FOBTT-NINTH REPORT OJT THE 

No. l«^»Calendar of Patent Bolla : 8 Edward I. — canimued, 

m. 15d. (24). Qilcrax (** Gilcraoe ") (Cumbr.) ; appoiotmeat of Geoffirey A^vUlmi 

and Alan de Walkingham to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Margaret daughter of William Fits Walter against the 
abbat of Caldre and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 7d. (95). Gilcms (Combr.) ; appointment of same to take a similar assise 

arraigned by Margaret de Gilcruz against Agnes daughter of 
Robert Plesshys and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 6d« (28). Gilcruz (Cumbr.) ; appointment of same to take a similar assise 

arraigned by Adam de Skarth and Alice his wife against the abbat 
of Caldur, touching a tenement in. 

m. 6d. (95). Gilcrux (" Gelecrouz "), Great (Cumbr.) ; appointment of same to 

take a similar assise arraigned by Margacet daughter of Adam ^or 
Ada) FitzGelebrid against Adam le C!arpenter andothers, tonchmg 
a tenement in. 

m. Id. (62). Gillingham (Kent) ; appointment of John de Cobham and Roger de 

Leicester to ti^e the assise of *novel disseisin arraigned by 
Alexander de Wyke» of Maidstone, against Robert de Wyke, of 
GUliagham and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 22d. (36). Glemham Q* Glenham ")> North, and Fsmham (Suff.) ; appointment 

of Roger Loyeday and Robert de Ludham to take the asnse 
of novel disseisin arraigned by Adam de OkenhuU and Alianor 
his wife against Richard Bleng* and others, touching a tenement 
in. 

m. 18d. (9). Glinton (Northt.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and 

Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by John son of William le Freman and Lettice his wife against 
Richard abbat of Peterborough and others, touching a tenement 
in. 

m. 25d. (17). Gloucester; appointment of Robert Fulconis and Giles de Berkeley 

to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Thomas de 
Chywe against Roger le Horner and Philip le Coteler, touching a 
tenement in the suburb of. 

m. 25d. (25). Gloucester ; appointment of same to take a similar assise arraigned 

by Henry de Penedok' and Margery his wife against Th. le 
Comwaleys and Robert Ic Wyse, touching a tenement in. 

m. 25d. (80). Gloucester; appointment of same to take a similar assise arraigned 

by John son of Luke le Comwaleys against Th. le Comwaleys 
and Robert le Wysc, touching a tenement in. 

m. 23d. (10). Gloucester; appointment of Robert Fulconis and Giles de Berkeley 

to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by John son of 
Stephen le Comwaleys and Cecilia his wife against Felicia de 
Finekes, touching a tenement in. 

m. 16d. (76). Gloucester ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and Giles de Berkeley 

to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by the abbat of 
Gloucester against Nicholas de Aure, touching a tenement in. 

m. 24d. (68). Gloucester ; commission of gaol delivery for, to Nicholas de la 

Ryrere, Adam le Botiller, and Geofirey de Wroxhale. 

m. 18 (23). Gloucester ; commission of gaol delivery for, to Richard de la Riuere, 

Adam le Botiller, and Geoffrey de Wroxhale. 

m. 6d. (65). Gloucester ; commission of gaol delivery for, to Richard de la 

Riuere, Adam le Butiller, and John le Brun. 

m. Id. (58). Gloucester ; commission of gaol delivery for, to Richard de la Ryuer, 

Adam le Botiller, and Geoflfrey de Wroxhale. 

m. 6 (80). Godefridi, William ; pardon to, for having killed John Goue, as it has 

been testified by Solomon de Rochester and his colleagues, justices 

^ itinerant at Somerton, that he did so in self-defence. York, 18th 

August. 



DEPUTT KEEPEB OF THB PUBLIC BECOBDS. 75 

No. 1.— Calendar of Patent Rolls : 8 Edward I. — C9ntini4^. 

Qodshill (Soatiit.) ; $ee Whitfield. 
Qodyene Estre (Ksmx) ; $ee Easter, Good. 
Godyneestre (Essex) ; see Easter, Good. 

ID. 5d. (33). GoDerbj {" Gunwortheby ") (Line.) ; appointment of Nicholas de 

Stapleton and Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of noyel 
disseisin arraigned by William Cosyn against Nicholas de Lunder- 
thorp and others, touching a tenement in. 

xn. 12d. (45). Goosnargh (<* Gosnar '*) (Lane.) ; appointment of Geoffrey de Aguil- 

Ion and Alan de WaUcingham to take the assise of noyel disseisin 
arraigned by Badulph de Katerale against William de Barton, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 12d. (67). Goosnargh (Lone); appointment of same to tuke a similar assise 

arraigned by Adam de Hoghton against William de Barton, 
touching a common of pasture in. 

m. 7 (13). (xorham, Henry de ; simple protection to, directed to the bailiffs and 
loyal men of Ireland. Leicester, 27 th July. 

m. 9d. (83). Gouceby (Leic.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias 

de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Robert de Wiuill against Isabel de Martinaus, touching common of 
pasture in. 

m. 14 (Id). Grace-Dieu (*' Gracesdeu "), La, the prioress of; simple protection 

to. Westminster, 8th June. 

m. 28d. (L9). Grafton (Northt.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias 

de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
William Curteys and Agnes his wife s^nst Robert le Wiuill and 
others, touching a tenement in. 

in. 24d. (51). Grandby (Notts) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias 

de Bekingham to take the assise of noyel disseisin arraigned by the 
prior of Thurgarton against Edmund de Deyncurt, touching 
common of pasture in. 

m. 3d. (82 )« Grandborough ('* Grencbergh '') (Warw.) ; appointment of Radulph 

de Uengham and Henry de Sheldon to take the assise of novel 
disseisin arraigned by John son of Elias Crok' against Thomas de 
Farindon and Richard son of William Warin, touching a tenement 
in. 

m. 16 (16). Grand-Mont, the prior of; simple protection to. Westminster, 2nd 

June. 

m. 20 (25). Grasy Nicholas le ; commisimus to, during pleasure, of the custody of 

the counties of Surrey and Sussex, rendering annually to the King 
at the Exchequer what Emeric de Cancellaria, the late sheri^ 
rendered; and mandate of intendence [and respondence] to, in 
pursuance, as sheriff thereof. Odiham, 5th May. 

m. 20 (26), Concurrent mandate of livery in pursuance to John de Hammea. 

m. 28d. (42). Gravenhurst Q* Grauehurst")* Little (Beds) ; appointment of Robert 

Eolconis and Robert Malet to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Simon de Chikesaund against Thomas de Northwod', 
touching a tenement in. 

m. lOd. (59). Gravenhurst, Little (Beds) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and 

Geoffrey de Leukenore to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Roger Cok' against Richard le Chapman and Maigery 
his wife, touchiiig a tenement in. 

m. 3d. (25). Graysouthen (Cumbr.) ; appointment of Gkoffrey Aguillon and Alan 

de Walkingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
the abbat of Holme Gultram against Thomas FitzGregory and 
Thomas de Shortsyte, touching a tenement in. 

Grenebergh (Warw.) ; see Grandborough. 



76 APPENDIX TO THE FORTr-NINTH REPORT OF THE 

No. 1. — Calendar of Patent Rolls : 8 Edward I. — continued, 

m. 4d. (88). Gretingfaam (Norf.) ; appointment of Roger liOveday and Robert de 

Ladham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Alex- 
ander Kereman and Is. his wife against Hugh son of Hugh de 
Poselingworth and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 18 (90). Grcttou (Glouc.) ; Appointment of Robert Fulconis and Giles de 

Berkeley to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by John de 
Baunton and Avice his wife against Bartholomew de Sadleye and 
others, touching common of pasture in. 

m. 15 (23). Grey, Reginald de; licence to, in pursuance of an a.q.d. taken by 

Roger de Clfford, justice of the forest this side of Trent, to enclose 
a place in his park of Gilbecrak, within the King's forest of Essex, 
with a fosse and hedge, and hold it in fee^simple. Westminster, 
4th June. 

m. 27d. (68). Greyhone and Crowmarsh (Oxf.) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis 

and Robert Malet to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by 
Robert de Esthalle against William Loveday and Walter de 
Hnntercnmbe, touching two mesuages and land in. 

m. 16 (3). Grimsby ; grant to the men of, for three years, in aid of the repair of 
the quay of the port of, a custom, the details of which are specified, 
Westmmster, 27th May. 

Grimsby, the port of ; see Bek\ John. 

Grotton (Staff.) ; see Audley. 

m. 4d. (22). Grutteford (Beds) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and Robert 

Malet to take the assise of novel disseisin arrairaed by Henry 
Sprot and Roesia his wife, John Udc and Elena his wife, against 
Robert FitzMariota and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 7 (21), Guasco, Odinus de, citisen of Nola or Noli ('' Naulensis ") ; recepi- 
mus, addressed to all the King's friends, to, as servant and merchant 
of the household. Newstead^in-Sherwood, 3rd August. 

m. 7 (22). The satue ; concurrent and similar letters to, directed to all seneschals, 
bailiff's, mayors, sheriffs, and their locum-tenentes throughout the 
kingdom. 

m. 25d. (59). Guildford ; commission of gaol delivery for, to David de Jaipenvill, 

John de Wauton, John de Abernun, and William Maufe. 

m. 18 (81). Guildford ; commission of gaol delivery for, to David de Jarpenuill, 

John de Wauton, John de Abernum, and William Maufe. 

m. 16d. (41). Guildford ; commission of gaol delivery for, to David de Jarpenuill, 

John de Wauton, John de Abernun, and William Maufe. 

m. 15d. (27). Guildford; commission of gaol delivery for, to John de Wauton, 

Radnlph de Bemeri<, John de Abernun, and William Maufe. 

m. ISd. (64). Guildford; commission of gaol delivery for, to John de Wauton* 

Radulph de Berners, John de Abernun, and John Pecche. 

m. 16d. (10). Gunton (Norf.); appointment of Roger Loveday and Robert de 

Ludham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Thomas 
Gerberg* against John de Mechelwold, touching a tenement in. 

Gunwortheby (Line.) ; see Gonerby. 

m,18d. (71). Guyting, Power (•'Poers Guting* "), (Glouc.) ; appointment of 

Robert Fulconis and Giles de Berkeley to take the assise of novel 
disseisin arraigned by Hugh Mustel and Petronilla his wife against 
John le Poer and John Harding, touching a tenement in. 

m. 22 (7). Gyenuiir, Geoffrey de, and Matilda his wife, going by licence to the 
parts of Lorraine (" Lorenn' ") ; letters of attorney to, in favour 
of Richard de Lodelawe and Thomas de Bey ton for Ireland and 
England. 



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uu 1 7 (9). Gyenauir, Geoffrey de, going by licence to parts beyond seas ; letters 

of attorney to, in favour of Robert Bruyn and Robert de Staunton. 
Westminster, 27tb May. 

m. 19d. (17). Habrougb (" Haburg* ") (Line.) ; appointment of Nicbolasde Staple- 
ton and Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of mort dancestor 
arraigned by William de Uothum and Matilda bis wife, Radulpli 
Rendu and Sibil his wife, A vice FitzEleDa, Isolda FitzMargaret, 
and Emma her sister, against John Crispyn and others, toucUng a 
tenement in. 

m. 18d. ;,7S). Habrough (Lioc.) ; appointment of same to take the assise of novel 

disseisin arraigned by Geoffrey de Haburg' against Roger de Arcy 
and others, touching a tenement in. 

ni. 25d. (15). Haekney (" Hakeneye '*) (Midds.) ; appointment of John de Cobham 

and Roger de Leicester to take the aasise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Joan daughter of William Goding, of Hackney, 
against Richard Goding, of Hackney, touching a tenement in. 

n. 6d. (23). Haekthorp (Westmorel.) ; appointment of Geoffrey Aguillon and 

Alan de Walkingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by Thomas de Hakevill against William de Stkeland and others, 
touching common of pasture in. 

m. 8 (18). Haddoo, Thomas de, going with John Mautravers to Ireland ; pro- 
tection to, with clause : Volnmus. Langley, 20th July. 

m. 19 (7). Hadenhale, Robert de ; pardon to, for the homicide of Richard 

Tramel. Westminster, 15th May. 

m. lOd. (84). Hadham Great (Herts); appointment of John de LoTetot and 

Roger de Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin arrai^ed 
by Walter de Hadham against William de S. Clare and oSers, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 18d. (40). Hadley (Suff.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday and Robert de 

Ludham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Richard 
de Plasse against Thomas Bulbil and others, touching a tenement 
in. 

m. 13d. (19). Haghton (Oxf.); appointment of Robert Fulconis and Robert Malet 

to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Simon de S. Lys 
against Bartholomew de Kent and others, touching common of 
pasture in. 

m. 22d. (44). Hainford (" Heynford ") (Norf.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday 

and Robert de Ludham to take the assise arraigned by F^chard 
Sket against William Roscelyn and William de Halk', touching a 
way narrowed in. 

m. 24d. (67 J. Hale (Sontht.) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and William de 

Brayboef to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Richard 
Colston and Matilda his wife against Robert Amy and John le 
Palmer, touching a tenement in. 

m. 9 (90). Hales, the abbat of, going by licence to parts beyond seas ; pro- 
tection to, with clause : Volutnvs, Langley, 17 th July. 

m. 18 (20). Hales (Salop); appointment of Radulph de Hengham and Reginald 

de T«egh to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Hugh 
de Halghton against Roesia Trussel and others, touching common 
of pasture in. 

m. I5d. (17). Hales (Salop) ; appointment of Radulph de Hengham and Reginald 

de Legh to take the assise arraigned by the abbat of Hales against 
Hugh Hamelyn and others, touching a fosse destroyed in. 

oi. 14d. (14). Hales (on the confines of Salop and Worcester) ; appointment of 

Radulph de Hengham and Roger de Leicester to take the aasise 
of novel disseisin arraigned by the abbat of Hales against Roger 
de Somery, touching a tenement in. 



78 APPianoix to the foktt-ninth bspost of the 

No« 1.^— Calendar of Patent Rolls : 8 Edward I.-- ^ym^niitfif. 

m. 15d. (89). Halesworth (Soil.) ; ftppointment of Ro^r Loveday and Robert de 

Ladbam to Uke the assise of noTel disseisin amugned by Henrj 
Bleutb' against Giles de Argonteia and others^ touching a tenement 
in. 

m. 17d« (53). Hallow ('<Hallawe'0 (Wore); appointment of Robert Fnlconis 

and Giles de Bericeley to take the assise arraigned bj Richard de 
CiTuuenhall against the prior of S. Mary, Worcester, touching a 
pond levied in. 

m. 19d. (85). Halstead (Essex) ; appointment of John de Lovetot and Roger de 

LiHoester to take the assise of mort danoestor arraigned by Sarah 
Horaid, of Halstead, against Thomas de S. Martin, touching land 
and rent in. 

m. lid. (70). Halstead (Essex) ; appointment of John de Lovetot and Ellas de 

Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Philip son of Andrew de Halstead against Luke Morel, touching 
a tenement in. 

m. lOd. (56). Halstead (Essex); appointment of Ro^er Lovedayand Robert de 

Ludham to take a similar assise arraigned by Master Richard de 
Halsted against Robert de Polhey and others, touching a tene- 
ment in. 

m. 13d. (2). Halstead (Kent) ; appointment of John de Cobham and Roger de 

Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Gilbert 
de Etton' and Alice his wife against John de Maleuul* and William 
de Chelesfeld, touching a tenement in. 

Halstow (Kent) ; see Newington. 

Halton Prior's (Salop) ,*• see Stanton Lacy. 

Hamefeud, West (Essex) ; see Hanningfield, West. 

Hampden, Great (Bucks) ; tee Upton, Nether. 

m. 18d. (37). Hampstead (Berics) ; appointment of Robert Fnlconis and Robert 

Malet to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Nicholas 
de la Hagh against Robert de Mustegros and others, touclung 
common of pasture in. 

Hampstead (Berks) ; see Eling. 

m. 21d. (59). Hampton-Wafer (Heref.) ; appointment of Radnlph de Hengham 

and Reginald de Leye to take 'the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by Margery Engade against John de Sutheney and others, touching 
a tenement in. 

m. 14d. (55). Hampton -Wafer (*• Wafersampton' ") (Heref.) ; appointment of 

Robert Fnlconis and Giles de Berkeley to take the assise of mort 
dancestor arraigned by Agnes Vgod against Peter Vgod and 
others, touching a mesuage and land in. 

m. 27d. (70). Hampton (Wore.) ; appointment of Robert Fnlconis and Giles de 

Berkeley to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by John 
Lovet against William parson o£ the church of Hampton, touching 
a tenement in. 

m. 19d. (80). Hanchurch (Staff.); appointment of Radolph de Hengham and 

Reginald de Legh to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by Hugh de Beuueys and Isolda his wife against William de 
Norton and Richard son of Richard de Hanechirche, touching a 
tenement in. 

m. 6d. (101). Handsacre (" Hondisacre ") (Staff.) ; appointment of Radnlph de 

Hengham and Reginald de Legh to Uke the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned b^ Alexander de Hondisacre against William de Hondis* 
acre, touching a tenement in. 

m. 25d. (35). Hanningfield (" Hamefeld*'), West (Essex) ; appointment of John de 

Cobham and Roger de Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by the Master of the Knights Templars in England against 
William de Mont Chesney and others, touching a tenement in. 



DEPUTY KCEPER OF THE PUBLIC REOOBDS. 79 

Noi I.-'^-Cale&dar of Patent Bolls : 8 Edward I. — continued^ 

m. 5d. (59). Hanworth (Line.) ; appomtment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias 

de Bekinffham to take tho assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Radolph le Clerk against William le Forester and others, tonching 
a tenement in. 



19d. (84). Harborough (" Herdeberg* "), Great (Warw.) ; appointment of 
Kicfaolas de Stapleton and Elias de Bekingham to take^ the assise 
of novel disseisin arraigned bj Adam (or Ada) de Vesej against 
the abbat of Combe and others, tonching a tenement in. 

m. 9d. (45). Hardingstone (Northt.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and 

ElSas de Bekingham to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned 
by Peter son of Roger de Enesham against the prior of S. Andrew 
of Northampton, touching two mesnages and land in, 

IB.' 18 (49). Hardley (Southt.) ; appointment of Robert Fnlconis and William 

de Brayboef to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by 
Edith Padde against Thomas Deuerci, touching land in. 

m. 18 (8). Hardres, Upper (" Heihardres ") (Kent) ; appointment of John de 

Cobbam and Roger de Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Joan late wife of Robert de Hardres against Robert 
son of Robert de Hardres, touching a tenement in. 

Hardwick (Glouc.) ; see Deerhurst. 

BQ.* l»d. (45). Hardwiok (" Herdewik* ")f Pnttokes (Hunts) ; appointment of Roger 

Loveday and Robert de Lndham to take the assise of mort 
dancestor arrainied by John son of Richard le Bret against 
Ranulph son of fludo de Freskeney, touching a mesuage and land 
in. 

m. 28d. (22). Hardwick (** Herdwyk ") (Norf.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday 

and Robert de Ludham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by Cecilia Pmdfot against Robert de Shelton and Roger Baret, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 9d.^(86). Haregrave (Beds) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and Greoffirey de 

Leukenore to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned .by 
Geoffrey son of Geoffrey de Haregrave against John parson of the 
church of Haregrave and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 9d. (57). Hargrave (Northt.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias 

de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
John son of William Frimbaud against John FitzMathew and 
others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 1 3d. (66). Harleston (Northt.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapelton and Elias 

de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Beatrix daughter of John de Herleston' against Alice late wife of 
Adam le Burgeys and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 9d. (49). Harleston (" Herliston ") (Northt.) ; appointment of Nicholas de 

Stapleton and Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of novel 
disseisin arraigned by Robert Bence against William Wygen, parson 
of the church of Stowe and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 28d. (44). Harleton ('' Harleston ") (CJambr.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday 

and Robert de Lndham to take the assise arraigned by Robert 
Clement against Robert del Dnfhus and others, touching a fosse 
destroyed in. 

m. lid. (4). Harmston C' Hermeston ") (Line); appointment of Nicholas de 

Stapleton and Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of novel 
difiseisin arraigned by Elisabeth late wife of Roger de Besayges 
against William son of Roger de Besayges and oSiers, touching a 
tenement in. 

m. 3d: (68). Harringworth (** Haringwod ") (Northt.) ; appointment of Nicholas 

Stapleton and Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of novel 
disseisin arraigned by Richard de S. Licius against Roger de Seton 
and John de Den, touching a tenement in. 



80 APPENDIX TO THE FORTY-NINTH RKPOBT OP THE 

No. 1. — Calendar of Patent Bolls : 8 Edward h^^-continued. 

m, 28d. (66). Harrow (" Harewes ") (Mtddis.) ; appointment of John de Cobham 

and Roger de Leicester to take the assise of mort dancestor 
arraipied bj William de Chabeham agaioat Hugh de Dinjeneton 
and Matilda daughter of Godfrey Fayerchild, touching land in. 

m. 24d. (40). Harrow (Midds.) ; appointment of John de Cobham and Blias de 

Bekingham to take the Bssise of mort dancestor arraigned by 
William de Chabeham against Matilda daughter of Godfrey Faier- 
child, touching land in. 

m. I8d. (12). Harrow ('* Harues ") (Middx.) ; appointment of John de Cobham 

and Roger 'de Leieester to take the attaint arraigned by Hugh de 
Digneaeton* against Matilda FitcGodfrey and Henry de Greneford, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. lid. (76)* Harrow (<'Harwe") (Midds.); appointment of John de Cobham and 

Roger de Leicester to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned 
by Martin le Forester against Walter de Penkindon, touching 
posisessions in. 

m. 18d. (85). Hartest (" Hertherst ") (Suff.) ; appointment of Roger Loreday and 

Robert de Ludham to take the attaint arraigned by Radulph le 
Ken against Hugh de Boxsled, touching a tenement in. 

m. 32d. (50). Hartridge (" Hurtrugg* ") (Berks) ; appointment of Robert Fulcoois 

and Robert Malet to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by 
Richard de Copland and, Joan his wife against Isabel late wife of 
Philip de IJurtrugg*, touching a mesuage and land in. 

m. 6d. («2). Hartwell (" Hertwell ") (Bucks) ; appointment of Geoffirey de Piche- 

ford and Walter de Agmodesham to takn the assise of novel 
disseisin arraigned b^ Alice de Luton against William de Luton, 
touching a tenement m. 

m. Id. (1). Hartwell (Bucks) ; appointment of Geoffrey de Picheford and Walter 
de Agmodesham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by AUce de Luton against William de Luton, touching a tenement 
in. Westminster, 10th November. 

m. 18 (38). Hartwell (" Hertwell") (Northt.); appointment of Nicholas de Sta- 
pleton and Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of mort dancestor 
arraigned by Robert son of Richard de Mauley against John de 
Wyken, touching land in. 

m. 18 (61). Hartwell (Northt.); appointment of same to take a similar assise 
arraigned by the said Robert against John de li^lken and Matilda 
his wife, touching land in. 

m. 9d. (84). Hartwell, Roade, and Asshen (Northt.) ; appointment of Nichohis de 
Stapleton and Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of mort 
dancestor arraigned by John Aldith against Robert son of Richard 
de Mauleye and John ye prestes man, touching possessions in. 

m. 9d. (69). Hartwell, Roade,and Asshein (Northt.) ; appointment of Nicholas de 

Stapleton and Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of mort 
danoeator arraigned by John Aldyith against Robert son of Richard 
de Mouleye and John de Prestuian, touching possessions in. 

Hartwell (Northt) ; see Wicken. 

m. 22d. (12). Hasthul (Warw.) ; appointment of Radulph de Hengham and Robert 

le Waleys to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by John 
Tbursteyn, of Hasthul, and Jul[iana] his wife against William de 
Cftuele, clerk, and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 24 (16). Hastings, the King's chapel of, presentation, directed to the bishop of 
Chichester, of Robert Eylwani to the prebend of Bulewaresheth in, 
void and in the King*s gift. 

m. 14d. (56). Hatfield, Parva (Heref.) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and Giles 

de Berkeley to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Joan 
daughter of Andrew Dreu against Walter de Parra Hattefeld and 
John de Wytton', touching a tenement in. 



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No. l««*Calendftr of Patent Rolls : 8 Edward I. — continued. 

m. 37d. (52). Hatfield (Herts); appointment of John d<^ Cobham and Roger de 

Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Roger de 
Molis against Hagh bishop of Ely and others, touching common of 
pasture in. 

m, Sd. (17). Hatfield (Hertd) ; appointment of John de Lovetot and Roger de 

Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Thomas 
panon of the church of Alcstwik* against William Astel, touching 
a tenement in. 

m. 15d. (56). Hatfield, Rishop*s (Herts) ; appointment of John de Lovetot and 

Roger de lieicester to take the assise of luort dancestor arraigned 
by William le Forester against Richard son of Richard de Strat- 
ford, touching land in. 

m. 8d, (48). Hathersage (" Hathersegg' " ) (Derb.) ; appointment of Nicholas de 

Stapleton and Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of mort 
dancestor arraigne^l by Agnes daughter of Peter de Ailwardrake 
against the prior of Trenton, touching land in. 

m. 7d. (38), Hanghton (" Hagtou *') (Lane.) ; appointment of Geoffrey Aguillon 

and Alan de Walkingham to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Adam de Wynkedeleye against Radulph de Mitton 
and others, touching common of pasture in. 

m. 7d. (41). Haughton (Lane.) ; appointment of same to take the assise of mort 

dancestor arraigned by Robert de Bohehurst against Thomas 
Lnuetot and John de Stamhurst, touching possessions in. 

m. 7d. (48). Haughton (Lane.) ; appointment of same to take the assise of novel 

disseisin arraigned by John de lieued against Radulph de Mitton 
and others, touching common of pasture in. 

ID. 18d. (68). Haukeshale-in-Toppesfield (Essex); appointment of John de Lovetot 

and Roger de Leicester to take the as.^ise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Richard de Tudeham and Joan his wife against John 
de Whitminster and others^ touching a tenement in. 

m. 13d. (23^. Haunton (Staff.) ; appointment of Radulph de Hengham and 

Reginald de Legh to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
John le Rus against Geoffrey de Cauimiil and others, touching a 
tenement in. 

m. 22 (14). Hausted, Robert de, and Margery his wife ; grant to, for life, with 

remainder to their eldest son for life, with reversion to the Crown,, 
of all the lands and teuements in Blakebrok', Fairfeud, and Hope 
(Derby), which Michael de Heckel' held of the King's gift,, 
escheated to the King by his death, as appears by an inquisition 
taken by Thomas de NonnanailP, the King's seneschal. Down 
Ampney, 3rd March. 

m. 25d. (62). Hauteyn, Hamo, and Walter de Kent j appointment of, as justices, 

to inquire and do justice as to the goods of Jacob, of Oxford, a 
Jew, deceased, who, together with his goods, debts, and chattels, 
was granted by the King long since when last in Gascony to 
Alianor, the Queen-Consort ; the said goods, &c., having come to 
the hands of divers persons, as is alleged. Winchester, 7th 
January. 

jn. 24d. (31). Hauteyn, Hamo ; association of, with the mayor and sheriffs of 

London to hear and determine a suit between the prior of Aldbury ? 
(*' de novo loco juxta Ripleye") and Oliver de Ingham in the 
hustings court of London, touching certain rent in the said city. 

m. 23d. (4). Hauteyn, Hamo, and Robert de Ludham ; appointment of, to more 

fully examine, together with the mayor and sheriffs of London, and 
to do justice as to a suit in the hustings court of London wherein 
Walter Hauteyn and Alice his wife impleaded Reginald de Lan- 
fnre and Christiana his wife touching a moiety of a mesuage in 
Ix)ndon, as the share of the said Alice as co-heiress with the said 
Christiana of John de Eure, their father. Clarendon, 22nd 
February. 
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82 APPENDIX TO THE FORTY-NINTH REPORT OF THE 

No. 1. — ^Calendai* of Patent Rolls : 8 Edward I. — continued, 

m. 23d. (56). Haateyn, Hamo, and Robert du Bois ; appointment of, to hear and 

determine the appeal of E^dia late wife of GreofiBrey le Bercher, 
in the countj court of Norfolk, against Richard de Hopeton and 
others, touching the death of the said Geoffi*ej. 

m. 2d. (84). Haute>-n, Hamo de; appointment of, as a justice, to take, together 

with the coroner and sheriffs of London, an assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Joan des Pr^s, of London (** de pratis de London "), 
against Robert de Basingefl, Simon le Sergaunt, Richard le Sawyer, 
and John le Fauer, touching a tenement in London, which assise 
has been unduly postponed by favour, as the said Joan alleges, and 
contrary to the custom that such assises touching tenements in 
Loudon ought to bo taken upon the said tenements without the 
King's writ within the next week after complaint in full huttings 
court. Westminster, 6th November. 

m. 19d. (85). Hauxton (<^ Haukeston ") (Cambr.); appointment of Roger Loveday 

and Robert de Ludham to take the attaint arraigned by Richard 
del Eglise, Thomas Tepelyn, William FitzReginald, and Thomas 
de Comberton against die prior of Ely, touching a tenement in. 

Haverhill (Essex) ; see Sturmcr. 

Haverhill (Sufi.) ; see Kedington. 

Haveringland (Norf.) ; see Cawston. 

m, 4d. (72). Haversham (Bucks) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and Robert 

Malet to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Baldwin 
son of Henry le Kvng against Payn atte Watere and others, 
touching a tenement m. 

Haw (Glouc.) ; see Deerhurst. 

m. 27d. (53). Hawnes (Beds) ; appointment of Radnlph de Hengham and William 

de Brompton to take the jury arraigned by Hugh Gerard against 
Thomas Beraak', touching a tenement in. 

m. 27d. (60). Hawnes (*' Hawen ") [Beds] ; association of Peter le Loreng with 

Robert Fulconis and Robert Malet to take the jury arraigned by 
Matilda late wife of William de Hicch' against Thomas de Ippe- 
grave, touching a tenement in. 

m. 20d. (68). Hawridge (" Haurugg* ") (Bucks) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis 

and Robert Malet to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by 
Hawise de BilUng* against John Bon of John de la Thorne and 
Adam (or Ada) Alston, touching possessions in. 

m. 18 (8). Hay, William de la ; simple protection to. 

Hay-near-Eardington (Salop) ; see More-near-Eardington. 

ni. i2d. (58). Hayton (*' Heyton") (Salop) ; appointment of Radulph de Hengham 

and Reginald de Legh to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by Robert Knicht against William de Stcpelton and others, touching 
a tenement in. 

m. lOd. (53). Hayton, Upper (" Ouero Heyton ") (Salop) ; appointment of Radulph 

de Hengham and Reginald de Legh to take the assise of novel 
disseisin arraigned by William son of Walter le Knicht against 
Robert son of Walter le Knicht and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 12d. (6). Hazlerigg (" Hesilrigg ") (Northumbr.) ; appointment of Geofirey 

Aguillon and Alan de Walkingham to take the assise of mort 
dancestor arraigned by Nicholas de West Lillebum against William 
son of William de Hesilrigge, touching four tofts and land in. 

m. 12d. (10). Hazlerigg (" Hesilrig ") (Northumbr.) j appointment of same to 

take a similar assise arraigned by the said Nicholas against William 
son of William de Hesilrig, touching four tofts and land in. 

m. lid. (58). Heaton (Lane); appointment of Geoffrey Aguillon and Alan de 

Walkingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Hamo le Noreis against Geoffrey de Bracebrigg' and others, 
touching a tenement in. 

Hechani (Beds) ; see Higham. 



DEPUTT KEEPEB OP THE PUBLIC RECORDS. 83 

No. I.' — Calendar of Patent Rolls : 8 Edward I. — continued. 

m. 8d. (35). Heckingham (Norf.) ; appointment of Roger Lovedaj and Robert de 

Ludham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Thomas 
son of William Adam against Alice late wife of Robert Phelipe and 
others* touching a tenement in. 

in. 6d. (57). Heddon, Black (Northombr.) ; appointment of Geoffrey Agnillon and 

Alan de Walkingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by William Fraonceis against John de Heddon and William Tod, 
touching a tenement in. 

hl 6d. (59). Hedley (Northumbr.) ; appointment of Geoffrey AguiUon and Alan 

de Walkingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Isabel late wife of William Kide against John le Tejntur, touching 
a tenement in. 

m. 5 (28). Hedon*, Master Thomas de, a canon of the church of S. Peter's, 
York, holding the prebend of Fridaithorp' ; surrender to, of five 
acres of meadow between Leythorp' and Tange by the water of 
Fosse, formerly held by his predecessors in right of the said pre- 
bend, until Robert de Crepping', then sheriff of York, unlawfolly 
ejected John de Geytham, then tenant of the said prebend, from 
the said meadow and took it into the hands of Henry III. Scar- 
borough, 17th September. 

Heghangre (Essex) ; see Ongar, High. 

m. 25d. (37). H^hebrau (Devon) ; appointment of Walter de Wimbome and 

Thomas de S. Vigor to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned 
by Isabel de Oombe against William de Medeneford, touching land 
in. 

m. 4 (21). Helegheton, Thomas de, going by licence to parts beyond seas ; pro- 
tection to, with clause : Voiwnus. Westminster, 25th October. 

in. 28 (5). Heliun, Walter de ; dedimus potestatem to, to sell in the King's 

name all the houses, lands, and tenements late of certain Jews, 
which escheated to the King by their forfeiture by reason of 
trespasses against the coinage, in the city of London, and the cos. 
of Middlesex, Sussex, Surrey, Kent, Essex, Herts, Norfolk, Suffolk; 
Cambridge, Hunts, Bucks, Beds, Oxford, and Berks. Windsor, 
28th November. 

m. 23d. (5). Heliun, Walter de, and Walter de Wimbome ; appointment of, to 

hear and determine the appeal of Robert GUberd in the county 
court of Wilts against John de Monemuth, Jul[iana] abbess of 
Wilton, Adam (or Ada) Cusyn, Thomas Linguire, and Thomas 
Oliver, touching the death of Adam Gilberd, cluiplain, his son. 

in. sod. (35). Heliun, Walter de ; appointment of, to inquire as to, hear and 

determine trespasses in hunting and other matters affecting the 
King's chace of Bristol. Bristol, 22ud April. 

ID. lid. (26). Helton Fletham (Westmorel.) ; appointment of Geofrey Aguillon 

and Alan de Walkingham to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Thomas de Helbek' against Robert son of John de 
Morevill, touching common of pasture in. 

m. 5 (9). Hemeleseye, Hugh de, keeper of the King's bridge of Eden' in the 
city of Carlisle ; protection to, with clause : Rogamus, Carlisle, 
lOtii September. 

m. 7d. (60). Hempnall (*< Hememhal' ") (Norf.) ; appointment of Thomas de 

Weyland and Roger Loveday to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Roger Loveday and Matilda his wife against Robert 
FitzWalter and others, touching a tenement in. 

Hemsby (Norf.) ; see Somerton, East. 

m- ^^d. (7). Hengham, Radulph de, and Walter de Heliun ; to inquire and do 

justice as to all the contentions between W. bishop of Exeter and 
his men and Edmund earl of Cornwall and his men, and as to all 
prises, ransoms, and trespasses arising therefrom. Windsor, 27th 
April. 

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84 APPENDIX TO THE FORTY-NIHTH REPORT OF THE 

No. 1. — Calendar of Patent Rolls: 8 Edward I. — continued, 

m. 28d. (8). Concarrent appointment of same to inquire as to the taking and 

detention of certain beasts of the said bishop in his manors in co. 
Cornwall by the pheriif of the said co. ; and as to sand belonging 
to the church of S. Melor, and as to compositions of peace between 
the aboTe-mentioned earl and the said bishop, and to hear and 
determine all the said matters. 

m. 25d. (63).- Hengham, Radulph de, and Walter de Heliun ; appointment of, to 

hear and determine the appeal of Thomas le Conseny at West- 
minster against Richard de Bamfe]d,<touching the death of Thomas 
de Graham his &ther. Winchester, 7th January. 

m. 24d. (70). Hengham, Radulph de, and Robert le Waleys ; appointment of, to 

inquire as to the trespass of certain evildoers unknown in forcibly 
entering and hunting and taking beasts in the chace of Edmund 
the King*s brother, ot Duffield, and elsewhere in co. Derby ; and 
also as to certain alleged trespasses of Roger de Wardynton in his 
office of bAiliff to the King*s said brother in the said co., and to 
hear and determine the said suits. Clarendon, 1 7th February. 

m. 17d. (68). Hengham, Radulph de, and Andrew de Estleye ; appointment of, to 

hear and determine the appeal of Margery late wife of John 
Hachewy in the common pleas against Radulph le Carerter, Robert 
de Ruyton, and William prior of Nuneaton, touching the death of 
John Hachewy, formerly her husband. WestminsFter, 20th May. 

m. i7d. (69). Hengham, Radulph de, and Elias de Bekingham ; appointment of, to 

examine, together with the mayor and sheriffs of London, and 
correct (if necessary) the record and process of a suit in the 
hustings court of London wherein John de Berchampsted im- 
pleaded by writ of right' John de Northampton, touching two 
mesuages and four shops in London^ whereupon the said John de 
Northampton Touched to warranty William Fitz Henry, who like- 
wise vouched to warranty John Fitslngrnm, who produced a deed 
by which he said that one Matilda his grandmother (whose heir 
he was) was enfeoffed by the said John de Berchampsted, who 
alleged that the said deed was obtained by fraud during his 
minority, whereupon the said parties put themselves on an inquisi- 
tion which, as is alleged by the said John de Berchampsted, was. 
improperly conducted by the said mayor and sheriffi}, who, without 
examining certain articles as to which doubts existed, gave juAg^ 
ment agamst him. Westminster, 20th May. 

m. 8d. (2). Hengham, Radulph de, and Henry de Schelton ; appointoKnt of,. 

to take all assises, juries, and recognitions in cos. Warw. and 
Leic. 

m. 8d. (7). Hengham, Radulph de, and Reginald de Legh ; appointment of, to 
take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Robert le Paumer 
and Elizabeth his wife against Margery la Russe and John de la 
Lewe {sic) (Salop). 

m. 8d. (64). Hengham, Radulph de, and William Hamelyn ; appointment of, to 

hear and determine the appeal of Jul[iana] late wife of John le 
Peschur in the county court of Leicester against John de Staun- 
ford snd many others, touching the death of her said late husband. 
Westminster, 80th October. 

Heuley (Oxf.) ; see Britwell. 

m. 18 (45). Henley (Suff.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday and Robert de 

Ludham to take the attaint arraigaed by William Mayle and 
Natalina his wife and Isabel her sister against Robert de Brade- 
grene and others, touching a mesuage and land in. 

m. 13(11). Henna, son of Leo of York, and Elias his son, Jews of York; 

licence to, to sell to Henry de Brylaund a house of theirs in that 
city situated in Conigstrete, to hold in the manner specified in the 
charter made by the said Jews to the said Henry. Westminster, 
10th June. 

Henton (Southt.) ; see Hinton. 



DEPUTY K£EP£B OF THE PUBLIC BEGOBDS. 85 

No. h — Calendar of Patent Bolls : 8 Edward I. — continued, 

Ueoton (Wilts) ; see HiutoD. 

Heogfeld (Herts) ; »ee Sthoke. 

m. 12d. (51). Hepscott (" Heppescotes ") (Northumbr.) ; appointment of Geoffrey 

Aguillon and Alan de WaUcingham to take the assise of novel dis- 
seisin arraigned by Richard de Dudden against William FitzThomas 
and others, touching common of pasture in. 

m. 2d. (2). Hepscott (" Hopscotes ") (Northumbr.) ; appointment of Geoffrey 

Aguillon and Alan de Walkingham to take the assise of mort 
dancestor arraigned by Boger le Sauser and Agues his wife against 
Bichard de Dudden and William de Hopscotes, touching a mesuage 
and land in. 

m. I4d. (24). Hepworth (Suff.) ; appointment of Bo^er Luueday and B. de Lad- 
ham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Thomas son 
of Thomas de StantiKi against Biohard Asty and others, touching a 
tenement in. 

nn. 21 (lSf)« Hereford, Th[oma9] bishop of; grant to, of the power to include in 

his will the custody of Erleye, which he has of the commissiou of 
the Kiijig during the minority of the heirs to whom it ought to 
belong by right of inheritance, his grain and goods in the said 
manor, and all other his lands and goods not pertaining to his 
bishopric. Gloucester, 10th April. 

in. 12 (28)-. Hereford, Th. bishop of, going by licence to parts beyond seas; 

letters of attorney to, in favour of Walter de Budnmrleye and 
John de Bradeham. Westmiuster, 27th June. 

m. 12 (80). The same ; similar letters to, in favour of Walter de Budmerlegh* 

and Maurice de Menbury. Same date. 

tn. 12 (31). The same ; protection to, with clause : Volumus. Same date. 

m. 12 (83). The same; safe conduct to. 

m. I9d. (24). Hereford ; i^pointment of Bobert Fulconis and Giles de Berkeley to 

take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Walter son of 
Thomas de Colling against Nicholas le Archer and Henry de 
S. Martin, chaplain, touching a tenement in the suburb of. 

m. 25d. (24). Hereford ; commission of gaol delivery for, to Giles de Berkeley, 

Osbert de Auenebir', Walter de Cockeseye, and Walter de Caples. 

jc. lid. (34). Hereford; commission of gaol delivery for, to Giles de Berkeley, 

Osbert de Auenesbyr', Walter de Cokeseye, and Walter de 
Caples. 

m. 7d. (65). Hereford ; commission of gaol delivery for, to Giles de Berkeley, 

Osbert de Auenebir*, Walter de Cockeseye, and Walter de Caples. 

Herierby (Line.) ; see Dunstborp'. 

m. 14d. (15). Hermethorpe (Line.) ; appointment of Nicholas dc Stapelton and 

Ellas de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by Emma late wife of Hugh le Queystre against Bobert Spore and 
Badulph de Suthorpe, touching a tenement in. 

m. 19d. (55). Herringswell (Suff.) ; appointment of Boger Loveday and Bobert de 

Ludham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Edmund 
de Shardelowe against Edmund de la More, touching common of 
pasture in. 

m. 18d. (41). Herringswell (Suff.) ; appointment of John de Luvetot and Boger de 

Leicester to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by Edmund 
son of Alexander de Heringewell against Badulph Fitz-Edmond 
and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 7d. (56). Herterby (Line.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Sta^leton and Elias 
de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Nicholas de Lunderthorp against the Master of the Knights 
Templars in England and Boger de Craimford, touching a tene- 
ment in. 



86 APPENDIX TO THE FORTY-NINTH HEPORT 0¥ THE 

No. 1. — Calendar of Patent EoUs: 8 Edward I. — continued. 

m. 18 (89). Hertford ; appointment of John de Cobham and Rog^ de Leicester 
to take the assise arraigned by William de Munden against John 
vicar of the church of All Saints, Hertford, and others, touching a 
hedge destroyed in. 

m. 25d. (71). Hertford; commission of gaol delivery for, to William de Aete, 

Laurence de Plumberegh, William de Lodewik', and John le 
Bietun. 

m. 13d. (8). Hertford ; commission of gaol delivery for, to William de Aete, 

Laurence de Plumberewe, William de Lodewik, and John le 
Bretun. 

m. 24d. (8). Hertham and Badistou (Wilts) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis 

and William de Brayboef to take the assise of mort dancestor 
arraigned by Henry sou of William de Budiston against William 
son of William de Budiston, touching land in. 

Hertherst (Suff.) ; see Hartest. 

Hesilrigg (Northumbr.) ; see Hazlerigg. 

m. 3d. (48). Hethebell (Norf.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday and Robert de 
Ludham to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by Alan 
de Goldingham against Roger Bygod, earl of Norfolk and Marshall 
of England, and John le Dene, touching possessions in. 

m. 4d. (38). Hethersett (" Hedresete ") (Norf.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday 

and Robert de Ludham to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by John son of Roger de Aldenham against Peter Lilie 
and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 7d. (7). Heyerby (line.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias 
de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Nicholas de Lunderthorp against the Master of the Knights 
TempUiTs in England and Geoffrey de la Bruere, touching a 
tenement in. 

Heyford (Oxf.) ; $ee Enstone, Broad. 

Heynford (Norf.) j see Hainford. 

m. 4 (6). Heyningi the prioress of ; simple protection to. Lincoln, 7th 
October. 

Heyton (Lane.) ; see Hayton. 

Heyworth (Wilts) ; see Highworth. 

m. 18d. (12). Hey wood (Staff.) ; appointment of Radulph de Hengham and 

Reginald de Legh to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Roger bishop of Coventry and Lichfield against Nicholas prior of 
S. Thomas near Stafford, touching a tenement in. 

m. 29 (6). Hide, Richard de la, going by licence to Ireland ; letters of attorney 
to, in favour of Adam de Crosham and Thomas de Bastelden for 
England. 

m. 28d. (19). Higham (''Hecham") (Beds); appointment of Robert Fulconis 

and Robert Malet to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Master Robert de Berkamsted against Richard Oobyun and others, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 18d. (74). Higham ("Heyham") (Beds); appointment of same to take a 

similar assise arraigned by Adam Gaudyn against Master Robert, 
parson of the church of Higham, touching common of pasture in. 

m. 9d. (2). Higham C' Hecham ")-i>eAr-Barton (Beds) ; appointment of Robert 
Fulconis and Geoffrey de Leukenore to take the assise of mort 
dancestor arraigned by Joan daughter of Margery daughter of 
William de Fauco and Lucy sister of the said Joan against Walter 
de la Hay and Matilda his wife, touching land in. 

m. 19d. (26). Higham ('< Hegham '') Ferrers (Northt) ; appointment of Nicholas 

de Stapleton and Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of novel 
disseisin arraigned by Sarah Cobbe against Adam (or Ada) 
Cobbe and others, touching a tenement in. 



DEPUTY KEEPER OP THE PUBLIC BEOOSDS. 87 

No. 1. — Calendar of Patent Rolls : 8 £dward I.^^-continued^ 

m. add. (41). Highworth (*<Heyworth ") (Wilts) ; appointment of Kobert Foleonis 

and WilHam de Braybnef to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraij^ed by Henry de Chelleworth and Gunnilda bis wife a^inst 
William de Berton and others, touching a tenement ia. Down 
Ampney, 12th March. 

in. 5d. (9). Hilburworth (Warw.) ; ap4>oiutment of Badulph de Hengham and 

Henry de Sheldon to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
the prior of the Hospital of S. John of Jerusalem in England 
against Henry Hebaud and others, touching common of pasture in. 

m. 38d. (21). Hildersham (** Hildrichesham ") (Cambr.) ; appointment of Boger 

Loveday and Robert de Ludham to take the assise of novel 
disseisin arraigned by Uobeit le Clerk against Boger Boget and 
Walter le Hunte, touching a tenement in. 

au 20d. (48). Hill (" Hulle '') (Qlouc.) ; appointment of Robert Folconis and 

Giles de Berkeley to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned 
by Robert Sigare against Roger de Kemesham and others^ touching 
land in. 

HiUeston (Bucks) ; see Preston Bissett. 

m. 8d. (74). HiUmorton (** Hullemorton ") (Warw.); appointment of Nicholas 

de Stapleton and Elias de Bekingham to tsJke the assise of mort 
dancestor arraigned by Isolda daughter of John de Warwick and 
John de Coleshull against Edith late wife of Th. de Asteleye and 
Thomas her son, touching possessions in. 

rou 12d. (5). Hindley (** Hinder ") (Lane.) ; appointment of Geoffrey A^uillon 

and Alan de Walkingham to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Peter son of Peter de Bumhull and Alice his wife 
against Fulk FitzRobert and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 8d. (71). HIndringham (Norf.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday and Robert 

de Ludham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Reginald de Burnham against Nicholas Mangeben, touching a 
tenement in. 

m. 2d. (51). Hingham (^ Hengham ") (Norf.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday 

and Robert de Ludham to take the assise of novel disseisin 

arraigned by Andrew de Hengham against William de Depham 
and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 13d. (22). Hinton, Martel (Dors.) ; appointment of Walter de Wymbum' and 

Thomas de S. Vigor to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned 
by Margaret daughter of John Neuman, Alice and Juliana her 
sisters, against Reginald FitzPeter, touching a mesuage and land 
in. 

m. 5d. (53). Hinton (Line.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stipleton and Elias de 

Bekingham to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by John 
son of Thomas de Keuermund against John de Keuermund, 
touching a mesuage and land in. 

in* lid. (57). Hinton- near- Brackley (Northt) ; appointment of Nicholas de 

Stapleton and Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of novel 
disseisin arraigned by Gilbert do Kirk' against John Pyrun and 
others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 7d. (2). Hinton - near - Brackley (Northt.); appointment of Nicholas de 
Stapleton and Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of novel 
disseisin arraigned by John Pyrun and Alice his wife against 
Robert de Boyton and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 1 2d. (79). Hinton-near-By field (Northt.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton 

and Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by Hugh de Ty we and Margery his wife against Agnes daughter of 
Robert de Hinton and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. Id- (38). Hinton-nearByfield (Northt.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton 

and Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Hugh de Tywe and Margery his wife, Hugh de Hynton 
and Matilda his wife, against John de Hynton and otners, touching 
a tenement in. 



88 APPENDIX TO THE FORTY-NINTH REPORT OF THE 

No. 1. — Calendar of Patent Rolls : 8 Edward I. — continued, 

m. 16d. (58). HintoQ (**Henton") (Southt.) ; appointment of Wiiltam de Brajboef 

and Robert Fuloonis to take die assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by Jotdan de Kendal against Robert de Henton and others, touching 
a tenement in. 

m. 28d. (27). HiDton ("Henton") (Wilts) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and 

William de Brayboef to take the assise of mnrt dancestor arraigned 
by John de Brinly against Peter de Montfort and Matilda his wife 
touching a moiety of the manor of, except certain rent in the said 
manor. 

Histon (Cambr.) ; see Impington. 

m. 2 (18). Hoese, Henry, going, by licence, to parts beyond seas ; protection 
to, with clause : Volitmug, Westminster, lOtii November. 

m. 3 (12). Hoese, Henry, going, &c. ; protection to, with clause : Volumus, 
Westminster, 5th November. 

Hokeswod' (Salop) ; see Sudbir*. 

Hokyton (Cambr.) ; see Oakington. 

m. 17d. (28). Holbrook (Devon) ; appointment of Walter de Wimbome and Thomas 

de S. Vigor to take the asisse of novel disseisin arraigned by 
William de Holebrok' against Henry de Hulebrok', touching a 
tenement in. 

m. 9d. (53). Holcote and Esteston (Northt.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton 
and Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by John son of John de Holcote against William de 
Braddon and others, touching a tenement in. 

Holebarewe (W*orc.) ; see Oldberrow. 

m. 15d. (48). Holebrok*, Richard de, and Roger Loveday ; appointment of, to hear 

and determine the appeal of Michael son of John de Dunwich in 
the county court of Suffolk against Geoffrey le Whinere and many 
others, touching the death of Roger son of John his brother, which 
appeal Robert de Yaloynes and William Estnrmy were appointed 
to hear, and afterwards ordered to stay. Westminster, 5th June. 

in» 14d. (50). Holebrok'i Richard de, and Oliver de In|rham; appointment of, to 

inquire into, hear, and determine the right claimed by Margaret 
late wife of William Bernard in certain goods and chattels formerly 
belonging to Isaac son of Benedict of London, a Jew of Norwich, 
who was hanged for a trespass against the coinage, his goods and 
chattels having been taken into the King's hands at Dunwich. 
Westminster, 10th June. 

m. 18d. (53). Holeweir (Devon) ; appointment of Walter de Wimbome and Thomas 

de S. Vigor to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Emma 
late wife of David de Esceton against Isaac de la Fenn and [sic], 
touching a tenement in. 

-m. 17d« (11). Holker and Allithwaite (** Alethayt ") (Lane.) ; appointment of 

Geo£Fre;f A^uillon and Alan de Walkiogfaam to take the assise of 
novel disseisin arraigned by Simon de Crok' against William prior 
of Kertmel, touching common of pasture in. 

m. 8d. (59). Holkham (Norf.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday and Robert de 
Ludham to take the attaint arraigned by Hetury de Barfram, Roger 
de Trek*, Hamo Gule, and Isa^l his wife against Peter le Bret, 
touching a tenement in. 

m« 7 (28). Holland and Zeeland, the merchants of, of Florence count of Holland ; 
grant to, at his requisition, of a truce in order that th^' may come 
into the kingdom with their things and merchandise, the said 
count havinff twice declared that the King should, at his own will, 
cause amends to be made for all the trespasses done against the 
King's merchants by his own merchants b^ land or water and safe- 
conduct to the said merchants in passing over the kingdom. 
Newstead-in- Sherwood, 8rd August 



DEPUTY KEEFEB OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS. 89 

No. 1. — Calendar of Patent Bolls : 8 Edward I. — continued. 

in. Id. (24). Holmden (Kent) ; appointment of John de Cobham and Boieer de 

Leicester to take the juiy arraigned by Bichaid de Coudres, James 
Tekel, and Leonaid de Brampton against William de PoUe, touching 
a tenement in. 

in. 5d. (89). Holme (Korf.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday and Robert de 

Ludham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Simon 
Heming against Roger son of Hugh de Holm and others, touching 
a tenement in. 

m. 25d. (26). Holme by Runcton (" Rungetonholm' ") (Norf.) ; appointment of 

Roger LoTeday and Robert de Ludham to take the assise of novel 
disseisin arraigned by the prior of Bromhill against Cecilia late wife 
of John de Rungetonhotm' and William her son, toncldng a 
tenement in. 

17d. (51). Holme by Runcton (Norf.) ; appointment of same to take the jury 
[arraigned by] William son of John de Rungeton Hohu [against j 
Cecilia late wife of John de Hulm', touching a tenement in. 

Sd. (7). HoUne by 8eaand Great Ringstead C'Michil Ringsted'O (Norf.); 
appointment of Roger Loveday and Robert de Lndham to take the 
assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Simon Hemmyng against 
Roger son of Hugh de Holm and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 9d. (84). Holme (Notts) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias de 

Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arnugned by 
James de Pokelinton against John de Rye, touching common of 
pasture in. 

■0. 18d. (27). Holt (Norf.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday and Robert de Ludham 

to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Thomas Rocelyn 
against Hugh de Caili and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. Sd. (40). Horn (Warw.) ; appointment of Radulph de Hengham and Henry 

de Sheldon to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by 
William de Fontefract against Master Henry Bray, touching a 
mesuage and land in. 

m. 18d. (69). Hompton, Richard (Heref.) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and 

Giles de Berkeley to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned 
by Robert son of GeofErey de Hompton against Walter Fits- 
Cfeoffirey, touching a mesuage, mill, and land in. 

Honeden (SufT.) ; see Hundon. 

m. 19d. (78). Honeford (Staff.) ; appointment of Radulph de Hengham and Regi- 

ginald de Legh to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Richard son of Thomas de Honeford against John le Cripse and 
others, touching common of pasture in. 

m. Sid. (20). Honeslaund (Staff.) ; appointment of Radulph de Hengham and 

Reginald de Legh to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned 
by Simon Pinel of Hiueslaund against Master Richard le Teneray 
of Penkridge (" Penkrice *'), touching a mesuage and land in. 

Honidoune (Suff.) ; aee Hundon. 

ra. 9d. (40). Honing (Norf.) ; appointinent of Roger Loveday and Robert de 

Ludham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Thomas 
Botild, of Walcott, against John de Gimingham and Sibil his wife, 
' touching a tenement in. 

m. Sid. (55). Hope (Salop) ; appointment of Radulph de Hengham and Reginald 

de Leye to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by John de 
Beaufieu and Alice his wife, William de Cotes and Isolda his wife, 
against Odo de Hodynet, touching a tenement in. 

m. Sid. (8). Hopley (Heref.) ; appomtment of Robert Fuleonis and Giles le 

Berkeley to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by Philip 
son of Roger de Hoppeley against Alice late wife of Roger de 
Hoppeley, touching a mesuage in. 

Hopseotes (Northumbr.) ; see Hepscott. 



90 APPENDIX TO THE POETr-NlNTH REPORT OF THE 

No. 1. -'Calendar of Patent Bolls : 8 Edward L — continued. 

m. 8d. (6). HoptoDy Walter de, and Reginald de Legh ; appointment of, to 

inquire whether William Andrew and many others lately burnt the 
houses late of William de Suggedon at Clee S. Margeret (Salop) 
by felony and malice, and to hear and determine the said trespass. 
Nottingham, .30th July. 

m. 5d. (86). Hopton and Bredwell (Suff.) ; appointment of Thomas de Weyland 

and John de Lovetot to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by Roger son of Roger de Broxton against Henry de Habelund, 
senior, and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 2d. (32). Hopwood [Wore] ; association of Henry de Bray with Giles de 

Berkeley to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Nicholas 
de Watansted and Emma his wife against Robert de la Chambre, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 7d. (97). Horderley (Salop) ; appointment of Radulph de Hengham and Begi- 

nald de Legh to take the assise of norel disseisin arraigned by 
Roger de Syleton against Roger de Mortimer and others, touching 
a tenement in. 

m. lOd. (6). Hordesmere (Dpvon) ; appointment of Walter de Wimbome and 

Thomas de 8. Vigor to take the assise arraigned by Jordan de la 
Roche and Isabel his yfife against William Bachel, touching a fosse 
levied in. 

m. 6d. (85). Homby-in-Lonsdale (Lane.) ; appointment of Geoffl:ey Aguillon 

and Alan de iWalkingham to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by William son of William de Euerle against Greofifrey 
de Nevill, touching a tenement in. 

m. 27d. (74). Homcastle (Line.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias 

de Bekingham to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by 
Radulph son of Robert Aster against Matilda late wife of Walter 
de Stikenay and others, touching a mesuage, toft, and land in. 

m. 17d. (50). Horpol*andWickham(" Wycham") (Suff.) ; appointment of Thomas 

de Weyland and Roger Loveday to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Alianor daughter of Robert Howel against Bartholo- 
mew le Bauelers and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. lOd. (18), Horsepath (Oxf.) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and Robert 

Malet to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by John del 
Exchequer against WiUiam parson of the church of Horsepath, 
touching a tenement in. 

Horsey (Norf.) j see Somerton, East. 

m. 18 (1). Horton, William de, tailor of Alianor, the Queen-Consort; grant, for 
life, to, of the lands and tenements late of William de Langedon', 
in Langedon' (Kent), of which the King was enfeoffed by the said 
William de Langedon'. Westminster, 10th June. 

m. IS (2). Concurrent mandate in pursuance of livery of seisin to Stephen de 
Penecestr*, constable of Dover Castle. 
Horton (Staff.) ; see Audley. 

m. 8 (26). Hosee, William le ; grant to, of ten marks per annum, daring his 
life, the King having retained him in his household for his faithful 
service. Langley, 2Uth July. 

m. 8 (27). Mandate of livery of the said sum to Robert de Ufford, justiciar of 
Ireland. Same date. 

Hotthwayt (Cumbr.) ; see Hutthwaitc. 

Hotton Ruf (Westmorel.) ; see Hutton Roof. 

m« lOd. (60). Hougham C' Hughom*') (Kent); appointment of John de Cobham 

and Roger de Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin ar- 
raigned by Laurence Petrum against William Creggel, touching a 
tenement in. 

m. 12d. (18). Hougham (" Hogham **) (Lane.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Sta* 

pleton and Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by the prioress of Stixwould against Lambert de Bnssey 
and others, touching a tenement in. 



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DEPUTY KEEPER OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS. 91 

No. 1.— Calendar of Patent Boils : 8 Edward I. — continued, 

in. 18 (d4). HoQghton (*'Hoton **) (Cambr.) ; appointment of Geoffirey AgniUon 

and Alan de Walkinghara to take the assist of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Thomas de la Chapele against Walter Maonbel, 
toaching common of pasture in. 

m. 12d. (56). Houghton Q* Hogbton") (Lane); appointment of GeofiFrey A^nillon 

and Alan de Walkingham to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Qnenilda late wife of Thomas le Despenser against 
Adam (or Ada) de Hoghton and others, tonching a tenement in. 

m. 19d. (33). Houghton (''Houton") (Line.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Staple- 
ton and Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Radulph FitzAlan against John North, toaching a 
tenement in. 

in. 5d. (23). Houghton (" Houton '*) (Line.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Staple- 
ton and Klias de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned b^ Robert de Kirkeyatc and John le Ozehirde, touching 
a tenement lu. 

m. 8d. (44). Houghton, Little (Northt.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton 

and Elias de Bekingham to take the assise arraigned by Nicholas 
de Cageho against William Qrimbaud, touching a fosse levied in. 

m. 4d. (70). Houghton, Little (Northt J ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton 

and Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Richard de S. Neot*s against William Qrimbaud and 
others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 27d. (34). Houghton (Southt.) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and William 

de Brayboef to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by 
Jul[iana3 Thurbem* against Reginald Trussedame and others, 
touching three mesuages and land in. 

Hughom (Kent) ; see Hougham. 

m. 23d. (24). Hnluhale (Warw.) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and Giles de 

Berkeley to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by Joan 
daughter of William Inthewynde and Margery her sister against 
the abbat of Koynges, touching land in. 

m. 2d. (78). Humberstone (Leic.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and 

Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by Robert de Daleby against William abbat of Croxton, touching a 
tenement in. 

m. 25d. (10). Hundon ('* Honidoune " ) (Suff.); appointment of Roger Loved&y 

and Robert de Ludham to take the assise of novel disseisin ar- 
raigned by Robert son of Radulph Sorel against Gilbert de Clare, 
earl of Gloucester and Hertford, and others, touching a tenement 
in. 

m. 17d. (55). Hundon (<* Honeden ") (Suff.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday and 

Robert de Ludham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by Gilbert le Hnute against Agnes late wife of Elias Tydy and 
others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 7d. (81). Hundon (" Honeden") (Suff.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday and 

Robert de Ludham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by Gilbert le Forester against Matilda de Clare, countess of 
Gloucester and Hertford, and others, touching common of pasture 
in. 

m. I9d. (4). Hungerford (Berks) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and Robert 

Malet to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Robert 
de Westcote against Alice daughter of Godwin de Hungerford, 
touching a tenement in. 

Hunscote (Warw.) ; see Walton Deyvill. 

nx. 18d. (68). Hunston and Norton (Suff.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday and 

Robert de Ludham to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned 
by William de Stanton and Sarah his wife against Walter le Sore 
and others, touching possessions in. 



92 APPENDIX TO THE FOBTIT-KINTH REPORT OP THE 

Ko. 1. — Calendar of Patent Rolls : 8 Edward I. — coniinued, 

m. 17 (3). Hunteleye, Walter de; acceptance and acquittance to»of a taking 
made hy, bv the precept of the Zing's cousin-german Edmund, 
comte of Campania, and for the behoof of AJianor, Qaeen of 
Kayarre, consort of the said Edmand, of sixteen bucks, one stag, 
three roes, and one boar in the King's forest of Dene, at the in- 
stance of the said Edmund. Westminster, 16th May. 

m. 18 (9). Huntiogfield, Linstead, Ubbeston, and Cookley (" Cokeleye ") (Suff.) ; 
appointment of Roger Loreday and Robert de Ludham to take 
the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by Joan Talemache against 
William de Huntingfeld, touching possessions in. 

m. 22d. (84). Huntingdon; commisKion of gaol delivery for, to Almaric Fecche, 

Saer de Frivill, William Musehet, and Baldwin de S. George. 

m. 7d. (48). Huntingdon ; commission of gaol delivery for, to Baldwin de S. 

Greorge, William Musehet, John Dakeny, and John Russel. 

m. 5d, (18). Huntingdon ; commission of gaol delivery for, to Baldwin de S. 

George, William Mui(chet, William de la Hay, and John Russel. 

m. 5d. (7S.) Huntingdon ; commission of |i:aol delivery for, to Baldwin de S. 

George, Almaric Pecche, W^dliam de la Haye, and John Russel. 

m. Id. (2). Hunton («* Hunteton ") and Yalding ("Aiding") (Kent) ; appoint- 
ment of John de Cobham and R. de Norwood to take the 
assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Eustace de Bume against 
John son of Nicholas de Burne and others, touching a tenement 
in. 

Hurtrugg' (Berks) ; see Hartridgc. 

m. 9d. (55). Husbome (" Husseburn ") ( Iteds) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis 

and GedBPrey de Lenkenore to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Avice late wife of William de Brageman against 
Nicholas de Nortwod and Joan his wife, touching a tenement in. 

m. 15 (15). Huse, Henry ; remission and acquittance to, of 50 marks, out of the 
amercement of 100/. imposed on him by Roger de Clifford and his 
colleagues, justices itinerant of the forest in oo. Southampton, for 
a trespass of the forest there, '* contemplatione kare consanguinee 
** nostre Margarete uxoris sue," and volumns that the remaining 
100 marks {sic) be assigned to the prior and fraternity of the 
Order of Preachers in tne city of London towards the constmc- 
tion of their new church there and be delivered to them in pur- 
suance of the King's grant to them thereof. Westminster, Srd 
June. 

m. 6 (29). Husee, William; exemption to, for life, from serving on assises, 
juries, or recognitions, or from being made sheriff, coroner, &c., 
agaiust his wilt. York, 18th August. 

m. 7d. (87). Hutthwaite (" Hotthwayt ") (Cumbr.) ; appointment of Geoffrey 
Agnillon and Alan de Walkingham to take the assise arraigned by 
the abbat of S. Mary York against Thomas FitsLambert, touching 

m. 7d. (88). a watercourse diverted in ; and the assise arraigned by the said 
abbat against Gilbert de Wirkinton, touching a watercourse diverted 
in S • . • • 

m. 16d.'(59). Hnttoft ('* Hotoft ") (Lmc.) ; appoiutment of J^chohis de Stapleton 

and Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Robert son of Robert Dysard against Joan de 
Monhaut, touching a tenement in. 

Hutton in the Forest (Cumbr.) ; see Brownrigg. 

m. 12d. (48). Hutton, Priest ("Prest Hoton") (Lane); appointment of Geoffrey 

Aguillon and Alan de Walkingham to take the assise of novel 
disseisin arraigned by John de Rigmayden against Roger de 
Lancaster and William de Coupland, touching a tenement in. 

m. 6d. (88). Hutton Roof (** Hotton Ruf ") (Westmorel.) ; appointment of 

Geoffrey Aguillon and Alan de Walkingham to take the assise 
arraigned by Gilbert de Hoton against Adam (or Ada) Mailing 
and others, touching a pond heightened in. 






PBPUTY KEEPER OF THE PUBLIC RECOKDS. 93 

Ko. 1* — Calendar of Patent Bolld : 8 Edward I. — continued. 

17d. (3). Huyton (" Haton") (Lane.) ; AppoiDtment of Geoffrey Aguillon and 
Alan de Walkingbam to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by 2)icholas prior of Bur9cough against Henry de Huton, toudiing 
common of pa^tare in. 

17d« (17). Huyton (Lane.) ; appointment of same to take a similar assise 
arraigned by EUas de Kaby against Henry de Hayton and others, 
touching common of pasture in. 

I7d. (19). Hoyton (Lane.) ; appointment of same to take a similar assise 
arraigned by Kobert de Lathoro against the said Henry and others, 
tonc&ng common of pasture in. 

• 4 (1). Hynton ; presentation, directed to R. bishop of Salisbury, of Richard 
de Glonoester to the church of, void by the resignation of Master 
Roger Baret, the late rector thereof, and in the King's gift. Lin- 
coln, 7 th October. 

m. 8d. (10). Ickham (Kent) ; appointment of Stephen de Penecestre and John do 

Cobham to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by Cecilia 
late wife of Walter le Tanur against Maipiret daughter of Thomas 

m. 8d. (11). Wyberd and others, touching posscKsions in ; and a similar assise 

arraigned by the said Cecilia against the said Maigaret and 
Alphege her son, touching possessions in Ash-near- Wingham. 

m. 6d. (83). Ickham-near-Wingham (Kent) ; appointment of Stephen de Pene- 
cestre and John dc Cobham to take the assise of mort dancestor 
arraigned by Cecilia lute wife of Walter le Tanar against Margaret 
daughter of Thomas Wiberd and Alphege her son, touching 

m. 6d. (84). possessions in; and a similar assise between same, touching a 

mesnage and land in Ash-near- Wingham. 

m. 20d. (SO). Ickwell (Beds) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and Robert Malet 

to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Radulph de 
Fnlham against Walter de Trailly and others, touching a tenement 
iq. 

m. 15d. (44). Ickwell (" Ikewell ") (Beds) $ appointment of same to take the 

certification arraign<!d by Radulph de Pulham (»ic) against Walter 
de Traily and others, touching a tenement in. 

ID. Td. (27). Ideshal* (Salop); appointment of Radulph de Hengham and Reginald 

deLegh to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Adam 
de Kenle against John de la Mare and others, touching a tenement 
in. 

m. lid. (11). Ilchester ; commission of eaol delivery for, to Richard de Boylannd 

and William de Brayboet. 

m. 6d. (58). Ildertan (Northnmbr.) ; appointment of Gteoffrey Aguillon and Alan 

de Walkingham to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by 
Thomas de Fisshebum and Christiana bis wife, Gilbert de Middel- 
ton and Jnl[iana] his wife, and Avice daughter of Nicholas de 
Swinebum against Alice de lldreton, touching a mesuage and land 
in. 

m. 7d. (78). Ilkeston (Derb.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Thomas 

Folejambe to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Robert 
de Estweit, clerk, and Eudo de Hennor against Agnes late wife of 
Radulph de Halm and David de WoUeneton, touching a tenement 
in. 

lUiugfeld [Surr.] ; see Crowhurst. 

listen (Leic.) ; aee Stretton. 

m. 20d. (28). Immingham (" Ymhingham ") (Line.) ; appointment of Nicholas de 

StapTeton and Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of mort 
dancestor arraigned by Robert de Mandevill against Henry son of 
Robert atte Cros, touching land in. 

iD« 9d. (38). Impington (" Impeton "> and Histon (Cambr.) ; appointment of 

Roger Loveday and Robert de Ludham to take the assise of novel 
disseisin arraigned by Peter de Chauent against Philip de Colevill and 
others, touching a tenement in. 



94 APPENDIX TO THE FORTT-NINTH REPORT OP THE 

No. 1. — Calendar of Patent Bolb : 8 Edward I. — continued, 

m. 7d. (21). Impington and Histon (Cambr.) ; appointment of Roger Loreday 

and William Muschet to take a similar assise between same, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 6d. (86). Ince (** Ines '') and AspuIl-near-Wigan (Lane.) ; appointment of 

Guoffrey Aguillon and Alan de Walkingham to take the assise of 
mort dancef«tor arraigned by Richard Maansel, of Heaton, against 
Richard FitzEmma and others, touching possessions in. 

m. 12 (22). Ingeldesthorp*, Master Thomas de ; licence to, to enfeoff John de 
Ingeldesthorp', of the manor of the said Thomas of Belasise, in 
Hakebcch*, in co. Norfolk, to be held for life at an annual rent of 
40/., which is still to be received by the said Thomas after the death 
of the said John, and when the said manor has been taken into the 
hands of the King. Westminster, 10th June. 

m. 23d. (71). Ingham (" Enghom '') (Norf.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday and 

Robert de Ludham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by Matilda de Raynhom against William de Brisinham, touching a 
tenement in. 

m. 4d. (45). Ingham (Korf.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday and Robert de 

Ludham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by William 
de LoBse against William son of Warin de Mont Clhesney and 
others, touching a tenement in. 

m. lid. (18). Ingoe ('* Inghowe *') (Northumbr.) ; appointment of Geoffire^' 

Aguilloo and Alan de Walkingham to take the assise of novel 
disseisin arraigned by Robert de Boceland against Alan de 
Swynebum and John de Hoton, touching common of pasture in. 

m. 22 (23). Ippele, William de ; appointment of, by the King and the Queen- 
Consort, as their attorney to receive in their name seisin of the 
lands and tenements in Melcombe and the port of Weymouth 
(" Waymue ") of which the abbat and convent of Cerne have 
enfeoffed them by their charter. Down Ampney, 4th March. 

m. 16d. (37). Ipswich (" Gipcswiz ") (Suff.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday and 

Robert de Ludham to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned 
by John son of William de Ryuers against Hugh le Suur and 
Alditha his wife, touching a moiety of a mesuage in. 

Irby (Line.) ; m« Bratoft. 

m. 13 (15). Ireland, the English in ; mandate to, to assemble some time before 

the Nativity of the B.V.M. to consider among themselves if the 
recent petition of the Irish in Ireland to the King that they may be 
allowed to enjoy the same laws and customs as the English therein 
will be to the prejudice of the latter or no, and to make known the 
result to the King, with their advice (** consciencia "), before his 
next parliament at Westminster from Michaelmas Day in one month 
under the seals of the justiciar of Ireland, or his locnm-tenens, and 
of Robert Bagot. Westminster, 10th June. 

m. 14d. (35). Irmingland (** Erminglond ") (Norf.) ; appointment of Ro^er Luueday 

and Robert de Ludham to tf^e the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by Gilbert Pecche against John de Cokefeld' and others, touching 
a tenement in. 

luele (Devon) ; see Colun. 

m. 2 (6). Ivingho, the prioress and nuns of ; grant to, -of all the produce 
("fiructus'^) of their lands in Alerwe, which the King recovered 
against them in the Curia Regis before the justices last in eyre in 
00. Surrey and afterwards granted to them, from the date of the 
recovery to the date of the charter granting the said lands to them. 
Westminster, 7th November. 

m. 8 (32). Jacob, Bonamy son of, a Jew of Oxford ; licence to, to sell to 
Vynes son of Bonesaut, a Jew of Gloucester, a house in Oxford, 
in the great street there of the King*s Jewry. Leghton, 23rd 
July. 



DEPUTY KEEPKB OF TH£ PUBLIC EECOBDS. 95 

No. I. — Calendar of Patent Rolls : 8 Edward 'L^'^eontinueeL 

m. S5 C^)' Jtike, Bartholomew, and his partners ; acknowledgment of a loan 

from, to the King of 966/. Ids. id., made by the hands of Gregory 
de Kokesle and Orlandino de Podio, and promise of repayment at 
Easter and All Saints next. Winchester, 4th January. 

Concurrent and similar acknowledgments and promises of repayment 
of the following loans, made by the hands of the said Gregory and 
Orlandino to the following merchants and their partners : — 

(7). Mark, Bartholomew ; of 1,000/. 

(8). Prouidal, Attinos ; of 2,000/. 

(9). Baldewyn, Simon ; of SOO/. 

(10). Falkmar', Cambinus; of 751/. 

Cll). Bek', Monnettua ; of 2,000/. 

(19). Fronf , James ; of 1,216/. 13«. 4</. 

(18). Lucca, Theobald de ; of 1,836/. 6«. Sd, 

(14). Vile, Peter, of 733/. 6s. %d. 

(15). Florence, Duracius de ; of 2,000/. 

(16). Vico, Hngelin de ; of 2,666/. 13s. id, 

(17). Mamfred, Bemardi ; of 1,333/. 6f . Sd. 

(18). Fistoia, Laud de ; of 2,000/. 

(19). Lucca, Peregrine de ; of 200/. 

[Crossed out. In margin of roll twice over are the words : — 
** Vacant quia soluta est pecunia per Gregorium de Bokesle et 
*' Orlandinum de Podio custodes Cambii Regis London'. £t littere 
'* f uerunt restitute et cancellate." The words ** per breve " are 
added after " London' " in the second entry of the " Vacant." The 
words " vaeat q " are in the margin opposite entry (6).] 

m. 18 (33)* Jftmeston (Staff.) ; appointment of Badulph de Hengham and 

Beginald de Legh to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
John de Sumeyriton against Master Elias de Napton and others, 
touching common of pasture in. 

m. 7 (25). Jervaulx, the abbat of, going by licence to parts beyond seas ; letters 

of attorney to, in favour of John de Thornton and John de 
BeningtOD, his fellow-monks. Newstead-in-Sherwood, 3rd August. 

to. S7 (23). Jews, the ; mandate, at the prayer of the prior provincial of the friars 

preachers, to the sheriffs and all bailiffs and others, to induce them, 
by such means as they under the inspiration of the spirit of Truth 
may think most efficient, to assemble and hear '' absque tumultu 
" contentione vel bJasphemia," the Word of God preached by 
the friars. Winchester, 2nd January. 

in. 17 (4). Jews, Converted ; recital of a grant to, of one moiety of the value of 

the goods of, in the kingdom, for their support ; and as to the other 
moiety, it is with the goods and chattels of Jews about to be con- 
demned, and those of any Jews which are forfeited for any reason, 
and the alms called deodand after the grant thereof made by the 
King to the friars preachers, and the chevage of all the Jews in 
England, to be collected and carried to the exchequer for the 
support of those who have been converted and of those who will 
be converted and have been of good " conversation " for a period 
of seven years, and by the treasurer and barons of the exchequer 
and the principal warden of the house aforesaid (?) fully as- 
signed to them. A resident priest to be appointed for the care 
of the said house by the said warden, who, with another priest, a 
convert or other, and a clerk or clerks to the necessary number, 
shall personally serve the King^s chapel there and continually 
reside there and collect the rents of the house and receive at the 
exchequer the goods and chattels with the alms and chevage men- 
tioned, assigning to the converts, present and future, their portions, 
and cariying on the affairs of the house, within and without, by 



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No. L— ^Calendar of Patent Bolls: 8 Edward I. — continued. 

the coansel of the said warden. Those coDverts who are skilAil 
to learn secalar handicrafts or service are to he set to them 
hj the warden, and they, having been supported hj their portions 
until they shall be able to support themselves by their work, the 
said portions shall be withdrawn and assigned to the bnilding 
(" fabricam") and repair of the chapel or to the support of other 
converts at the will of the warden ; provided that the surplus of 
the goods aforesaid which may remain over and above the portions 
assigned for the support of the convertSi be converted to the fabric 
of the chapel and the necessary uses of the same. The said priest 
shall receive out of the aforesaid goods and chattels his reasonable 
support yearly and that of his fellow-chaplain and of his clerk or 
clerks. If in the hoase aforesaid there be a chaplain, a convert, fit 
and " honest " who can serve the chapel, the priest is to retain him 
in preference to any stranger. The priest shall maintain the 
burdens ordinary and extraordinary of the said chapel at the cost 
of the said house, and shall render to the said treasurer and barons 
a yearly account of his receipts and expenses. Mandate to them 
in pursuance. Westminster, 26th May. [ See next entry. There 
is no mention whatever of the ** Domus Conversorum " in the 
present entry, which is consequently unintelligible.] 

m. 15 (10). Jews, Converted ; similar grant to, addressed to John de S. Denis, 
ardideacon of Rochester and warden of the " Domus Conversorum " 
in London. The chief difibreuces between the provisions of the 
last grant and the present are : — That the resident priest is to attend 
to the affairs of the house in the absence or occupation of the 
warden under his advice and direction ; that if any of the converts 
should be skilled in learning, they are to teach in the schools, and 
laymen who are skilful to learn secular handicrafts shall, &c., as 
above ; that if the clerical scholars aforesaid can obtain any eccle- 
siastical benefice from which they are able to receive their reason- 
able support, the portions assigned to them shall be withdrawn and 
assigned to other converts who need them ; the same with the lay 
artificers as soon as they are able to obtain reasonable support 
from their handicrafts or service. Westminster, Srd June. 

m. 5 (11). Kaertemell, the prior and convent of; mandate to all bailiffs to 
permit them to buy their necessaries throufl^hout the whole of 
Ireland and to carry them to their own house, in continuation of a 
similar grant made to, by Henry III. Carlisle, 10th September. 

m. lOd. (40). Kaltou (Derb.) ; appointment of Nichohis de Stapleton and Elias de 

Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
William de Kalton against Richard son of Richard de KaTton and 
Richard de Pylesleye, touching a tenement in. 

Kaultesh (Norf.) ; see Coltishall. 

Kaumpedou (Glouc.) ; see Campden. 

m. 22 (81). Kaynes, Robert de, going by licence on a pilgrimage to the shrine of 
S. James [of Compostella] ; protection to, with clause : Volumus. 
Down Ampney, 8th March. 

Kedington (Essex) ; see Stunner. 

m. 18d. (31). Kedington and Haverhill (Suff.) ; appointment of Roger Loveduy 

and Robert Ludham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by Peter de Walpole and Alice his wife against Geoffrey Curpa^l 
and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 18 (15). Keisby ("Keftisby ") (Line.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton 

and Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by William son of Peter de Ros against Robert son of 
Roger FitzNigel and Simon his brother, tonchmg a tenement in. 

Kelleth (Westmorcl.) ; see Orton. 

m. 19d. (3). Kempsey (Wore.) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and Giles de 

Berkeley to take the afisise of novel disseisin arraigned by John 
Child against Hugh the Hlake and Bartholomew de Divise, touching 
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PEPUIY KEEPER Oi? THE PUBLIC REC0ED3. 97 

No. I. — Calendar of Patent Rolls : 8 £dwar<l I. — continued, 

m. 14 (2). Eendalc, Hagh de, ond Peter his brother; licence to, to hold their 

houses (near the church of S. Martin), long of Margery de Turn, 
quit of ail ** livery " of seneschals, marshals, and other miniiters of 
the King. Westminster, 8th June. 

Kenebell (Buckjs) ; see Kimble. 

Kenetebur' (BerlES) ; set Kintborj. 

Kenewarthon (Warw.) ; see Kinwarton. 

m. 2 Jd. (87). Keniiworth (Warw.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and 

Elias de Bekii^bam to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by John de la Chapele and AHee his sister against John le fiUiwisei 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 7 (6).* Kent, Walter de, clerk ; pardon to, of all trespasses alleged to have 
been committed by him in the New Forest up to the present day, 
and of all fines and amercements imposed by any Justices or 
ministers of the forest by reason of them. Leicester, 27th July. 

m. 7d. (71). Kerden [?Caerden] (Lane); appointment of Geoffrey A^nillon 

and Alan de Waikingham to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Elias de Kerden against Robert Banastr* and others, 
touching common of pasture in. 

m. 11 (27). Kersey, Hugh de ; inspeximus and confirmation to, of letters patent 
sealed with the seal of the community of citizens of Dublin, grant- 
ing to, the moiety of the chief serjoanty of the shore of the city 
of Dublin, reciting a memorandum that on the Friday next after 
the feast of S. Li3ce Evangelist, 6 Edward I., when the said Hu^h 
claimed the said moiety as having been long since granted to him 
for life by the assent of the mayor and Jnrats of the city, and 
because it was given in evidence on the same day in the Guildhall, 
Dublin, before the whole community by the assertion of certain 
good men of the said city who were present at the grant that the 
same was made in the form aforesaid to the said Hugh, it was 
finally granted by the assent of the whole community, £o. Sele- 
bom'', 6th July. 

m. lid. (71). Kettleston (Derb.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias 

de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Adam de Irton and Margery his wife against Thomas de Curthoun 
and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 5 (15). Keu, David le ; pardon to, for having killed William son of William 
de Ellinton', as it appears by an inquisition taken by the sheriff 
and coroners of Northumberland that he did so by misadventure. 
Newcastle- on-Tyne, 15th September. 

m. Id. (7). Keueme (Heref.) ; appointment of Radulph de Hengham and Regi- 
nald de Legh to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by 
Lucy daughter of Peter Mauiaunt and Margery her sister against 
William Mainunt, toucliing land in. 

Keueshop' (Heref.) ; see Cusop. 

m. 19 (80). Keynsham, the abbat and convent of; licence to, to inclose with a 

stone wall a several pasture belonging to them near Keynsham 
called ** Wynterleye '* and to make it a rabbit warren, and to hold 
it in mortmain. Westminster, 25th May. 

m. 17d. (48). Key worth (** Keworth **) (Notts) ; appointment of Nicholas de Sta- 
pleton and Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Richard Barry against Hugh de Somervill and others, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 18d. (14). Kibworth-Beauchnmp (Leic.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapelton 

and Elias de Bekingham .to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Hugh son of Alexander de Kibbeworth Harecurt and 
Matilda his wife against William de Beauchamp, earl of Warwick, 
and others, touching a tenement in. 

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98 APPENDIX TO THE PORTY-NINTH BBPOBT OP THE 

No* 1. — ^Calendar of Patent Bolls : 8 Edward I. — oanHnued* 

m, 28d. (68). Kilinton (Korthombr.) ; appointment of Robert de Nevill and Alan 

de WaUdnffham to take the aniie of novel diaseisin arraigned by 
Geoffirey llnaket, of Holdemeu, and Chriatiana his wife against 
John de Kilington and othersy toaching a tenement in. 

m. 20 (14). KiHaloe C Laon* '*), Matthew biaihop of; letten of attorney to, in 
favoor of William des Mareys and Philip Btuuel. Briatol, 88rd 
April. 

m. 8 (4). Killaloe (" Laon"')» M[atthew] bishop of; protection, maintenance, 
and defence of James Ohagan and the sons of Ortan Yhogan, at 
the requisition of, with their posterity, begotten and to be batten, 
in the rights and liberties granted to them in Ireland by the King 
before he undertook thegoremment of his kingdom. Westminster, 
oOui October. 

m, 2 (7). Killak>e (<<Laon'")* M[atthew] bishop of, staying by licence in 
Borland ; letteni of attorney to, in favour of David de Mora and 
David son of David de Emly, for Ireland. Westmmster, 7th 
November. 

m* 6d. (64). Killingworih (Korthumbr.) ; appomtment of Geoffi*ey AguiUon and 
Alan de Walkingham to take the assise of mort danoestor arraigned 
by John PitiAgnes, Qeomey fltzMatilda, AHoe daoffhter of 
Biehard de S. Peter, Elizabeth and Idonea her sisters^'agamst John 
de Appelby, touching land in. 

m, SSd. (88). Kihrorth C* Kenilleworth '') Babas (Leic.) ; appoJntment of Badolph 

de Hengham and Robert le Waleys to take the assise of novel 
diweisin arraigned by Nicholas de la Croia, of Keueillewurth, 
against William Margery, of Keuilleworth, and others, touching a 
tenement in. 

B. 17d. (74). Kimble (** Kcnebell ")> threat (Bocks) ; appomtment of Bobert Fal- 

conis and Bobert Malet to take ^e assise of mort dancestor 
arraigned hy Alan de Hagfaeman and Amice his wife against 
Walter de Upton, touching rent in. 

m« 18d. (54). Kimble (" Kenebeil' ")» Onftt (Bucks) ; appointment of Geoffrey de 

Piohefi>rd and Walter de Agmondesham to tAe the assise of 
mort dancestor arraigned by Alan de Hagheman and Amice his 
wifi6 against Walter de XTpton, touching rent in. 

m. 19d. (80). Kimbolton (" Kynebanton "} (Hunts) ; appointment of Boger Love- 
day and Bobert de Ludham to ti^e the assise of novel disseisin 
airaigned by Bobert son of Osbert de Kynebauton against Badulph 
le Botyllyer and others, touching common of pasture in. 

m« 15d« (18). Kineton C Kinton ") andKmadbrd(Warw.) ; appointment of Nicholas- 

de Stapleton and Blias* de fiekingham to take the assise of mort 
dancestor arraigned by Bobert son'of Beginald de Gresewold agamst 
Walter de Gresewold, touching land in. 

m. 6d. (4). Kineton ('< Kingeston ") (Warw.) ; appointment of NichoUu de 
Stapleton and Klias de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraiffned by Bobert le Hunte and Alice his wife against Eva 
daughter of Hugh King and others, touching a tenement in. 

nu 9 (14). The King, and Alianor, the Qneen«Consort ; confirmation of the 
deliveiy to farm for three years of the vioomt^ of Crotoy by 
Thomas de Sandwich, the seneschal of Ponthieu, by the advice Ji 
Benand, monk of Foretmoutier, the receiver in Ponthieo, to John 
Milet, Boland le Lumbal and Perron (Pierre) Anoosto, bomases 
of Abbeville, to hold in the same way as other vicomtes have held it 
in the time of «f ohn de Neele, seigneur of Faleny, and of the King's 
mother, Joan late Queen of Castille ; and gnat to the said Jo&i, 
Boland, and Pierre of full payment out of the issues of the forest of 
Cressy of 400/., Paris, due to them from the Klng^ and which they 
ought to take out of the issues of the said vicomta, they having, at 
the request of the seneschal of Ponthieu, released the assignment 



DBPUTT KE15PER OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS. 99 

No. l.«— Oalendar of Patent Bolls : 8 Edward l.-^^cantinueA 

made to pay oat of the said Ticomt^ the debt of that amoant irhich 
the King owed to Gerard de Chanles, seigneur d'Estrto. 14th 
July, A.D. 1880. 

in. 9 (15). The same ; acceptance by, of the assignment made by the afore- 
said seneschal of Ponthiea to the mayor and eseheTina of the vill 
of Waben, of 500/., Paris, lent by them to the King in aid of the 
acquittance of the debts of Ponthiea, on the vioomt^ and the 
'^travers" of Waben, and of the assignment made by the said 
seneschal to the mayor and eschevins of the vill of Rue of 400/., 
lent bj them to the King for the same purpose, one moiety on the 
Tioomt^ of Roe, and the other on the sales of the Kind's wood of 
the G^art Selebam', 9th July, 8 Edward I. [In French.] 

m. 9 (16). The same ; acceptance by Gerard de Chanle, seigneur d'Bstrees, of 
the assignment made by the aforesaid seneschal of Ponthien of 
660/., owed to Gerard de Chanle, seigaear d^strees, by the King, 
on the rieomte of Crotoy. As above. [In French.] 

Kingeston (Warw.) ; see Kineton. 

m. 20d. (11). Kingsclere (Southt.) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and William 

de Brayboef to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by 
Alice daughter of Adam le Blunt, of . Kingsclere^ against NichoUu 
Tyband and Amice his wife and John le Longe, toucmng a mesuage 
and land in. 

Kingsford (Warw.) ; see Kineton. 

in« 18d« (71). Kingston (Cambr.) } appointment of Roger Loveday and Robert de 

Ludham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by William 
Joye against Guy de Mortimer and others, touching a tenement 
in. 

n. 4d. (19). Kingston (Cambr.) ; iH[)pointment of Roger Loveday and Robert de 

Lodham to take tiie assise of mort danoestor arraigned by William 
Louel against WiUiam Joye and others, touching possessions in. ^ 

m. Sd. (83). Kingston (Ciambr.) ; appointment of Roger Lpveday and Robert de 

Lndham to take the assise of mort danoestor airaigned b^ William 
Iiouel against William Joye and others, touching possessions in. 

m. 18d. (11). Kingston (Surr.) ; appointinent of John de Cobham and Roger de 

Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by John. 
Blundel and Matilda his wife against James le Orfevre and Robert 
le Chaxetter, touching a tenement in. 

xn. 15d. (98). Kingston (Surr.) ; appointment of John de Cobham and Roger de^ 

I^icester to take the assise of novel disseisin amused by Ellas- 
Whiting against Richard Whiting and John de Dorking, tooching 
a tenement in. 

sn. lOd. (18). Kingston (Surr.) ; appointment of John de Cobham and Roger de 

Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by William 
'Brmaff and Jal[iana] his wife against James le Gneure and others, 
touching a tenement m. 

ID* 8d. (81). Kingeston (Surr.) ; appointment of John de Co)>ham and Roger de 
Leicester to tsi^e the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by Agnes 
de Hiunpton against John le Tymbermanger and others, touching a 
tenement in. 

0. 28d. (9). Kington ('' Kyngton ") (Heref.) ; appointment of Robert Falconis 

and Giles de Berkeley to ^e tiie assise of mort dancestor 
anaigoed by John de Prewoses against Humphrey de Bohun, 
earl of Hereford, and Ho^l ab Morris, touching a mesuage and 
land in. 

in. 14d. (44). Kington, Great (Dors.) ; appomtment of Solomon de Rochester and 

Walter de Braiboef to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by Agnes Nicet against Adam (or Ada) Nyeet and Isabel late- 
wife of Roger Kyoet, touching a tenement in. 

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100 APPENDIX TO THE FOKTY-NINTII REPORT OF THE 

No. 1. — Calendar of Patent B0II3 : 8 Edward I. — continued. 

m. 12d. (11). Kington, Great (Dors.) ; appointment of Walter de Wimbome and 

Thomas de S. Vigor to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by Agnes Nicet against Adam (or Ada) Nicet and Isabel late 
wife of Roger Nicet, tooching a tenement in. 

m. 4d. (65;. Kington, Great (Dors.) 1 appointment of Walter de Wimbome and 

Thomas de S. Vigor to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
bj Nicholas le Bot and A^es his wife against Adam (or Ada) 
Nicet, touching a tenement m. 

m. 8d. (57). Kington, Great (Dors.) ; appointment of same to take a similar assise 

arraigned bjr Nicholas Bat and Agnes 'his wife against Adam (or 
Ada) Nicet and Isabel late wife of Roger Nicet, touching a tene- 
ment in. 

m. 17d. (44). Kintbunr (" Kenetebur* '*) (Berks) ; appointment of Robert Folconis 

and Robert Malet to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by Geoffrey Wyting against the prioress of Amesbnry and Richard 
de Sapwik , touching a tenement in. 

m. Bd. (83). Kinwarton (" Kenewarthon ") (Warw.); appointment of Nicholas 

de Stapleton and Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of novel 
disseisin arraigned by John de la Rouedich and Alice his wife 
against Robert de Bruyly, of Cotton, and others, touching a tene* 
ment in. 

m. lid. (17). Kirby Kendal C<Kirkeby in Kendale ") (Westmorel.) ; appoint- 
ment of Geoffrey Aguillon and Alan de Walkingham to take the 
assise of xiovel disseisin arraigned by Thomas son of John le 
Monner against William le Clerk, of Button (" Hoton ")> touching 
a tenement in. 

Kircoleston (Notts) ; $ee Car Colston. 

m. 6d. (2). Kirkby Thore (Westmorel.) ; appointment of Geoffrey Aguillon and 

Alan de Walkingham to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned 
by Robert le Estraunge, Henry de Farleton and Elizabeth his wife, 
William de Kellington and Agnes his wife, Alexander de Askeby 
and Matilda his wife, John de Uouncechauy t and Margery his wife, 
against Thomas son of John Brey, touching a toft and land in. 

m. 14d.(4a). B3rketon, Alexander de, and Ranulph de Dacre ; appointment of, to 

inquire into, hear, and detenoine all the trespasses committed 
a^nst Enmund the King's sou in his forest in co. Tork. West- 
mmster, 10th June. 

m. IS (82). Kirketon, Roger de, going with Th. bishop of Hereford to ^arts 
beyond seas ; protection to, with clause : Volumus, Westminster, 
27th June. 

»tn. 18d. (8). Kirkley (Snff.) ; appointment of Boger Loveday and Robert de 

Ludham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by John 
de Badingham against Alan son of Edmund de Wymondehale, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. I7d. (21). Kirkley (Snff.) ; appointment of same to take a similar assise ar- 
raigned by John de Badingham, parson of the church of Kirkley, 
against Alan FitsEdmund, touching a tenement in. 

m. 18d. (2). Kirkley and Pakefield (*' Paggefeld") (Saff.) ; appointment of Roger 

Loveday and Robert de jLudham to take the assise of novel 
disseisin arraigned by John de Badingham, parson of the church 
of Kirkley, against Nicholas le Noreys and others, touching a tene- 
ment in. 

m. 17d. (22). Kirkley and Pakefield (Suff.) ; appointment of same to take a similar 

assise between same, touching a tenement in. 

m. 6d. (46). Kirksanton (Cumbr.) ; appointment of Geoffrey Aguillon and Alan 

de Walkingham to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by 
Thomas de Frisington and Eva his wife, William FitzThomas and 
Amabil his wife, Mathew de Thomewayte and Elena his wife, and 

• « Agnes de Stocbrigg, against William de Boyvill, touching pos- 



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DEPUTY KBRPER OF THE PUBLIC BEOORDS. 101 

IQo. 1. — Calendar of Patent Rolls : 8 Edward L — continued, 

m. 27d. (10). Knaith (" Knaythe'') (Line.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton 

and Elias de Bekingham to take the aieise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by the prioress of Heininge against Geoffrey de Funtains 
j and others, touching a tenement in. 

I m. 94d. (65). Knaith (Line.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias 

f de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 

the prioress of Heyninges against Badulph de Trehampton and 

others, touching a tenement in. 

Knaith (Lino.) ; see Lea. 

m. 7d. (70). Knock Salcok' (Westmorel.) ; appointment of Geoffrey Agutllon 

and Alan de Walkingham to take the certification arraigned by 
Robert de Boy vill against Richard de Shirebum, touching common 
of pasture in. 



26 (4). Knolle, Master Edward de, dean of Wells ; licence to, for life, to 
hunt and capture the fox, the hare, the badger, and the cat with 
his own hounds, whenever he pleases, except in the fence month, 
in all the King's forests in Somerset. Winchester, 7th January. 

m. 24d. (50). Knottbg (Beds.) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and Robert 

Malet to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Hugh 
Bossard against the Master of the Knights Templars in England, 
and others, touching a tenement in. 

oa. 8d. (4). Knottill, Bogo de, seneschal of Carmarthen and Cardigan ; appoint- 
ment oft to hear and determine the appeal of Alice wife of Hugh 
le Clerk, of Hereford, in the county court of Hereford, against 
William de Kyngleye, touching the death of Ro^er T^pe, her 
brother, in the prison of the bishopric of S. David's, of Lanwha- 
deyn, in West Wales. Nottingham, 30th July. 

oa. 7 (81). Knyht, William le, of Roulyston ; pardon to, for having killed John 
Sely, of Roulyston, since it appears, by the testimony of Salomon 
de Rochester and his colleagues, justices in eyre in co. Somerset, 
that he did it in self-defence. Newsitead-m-Sherwood, 4th August. 

Kokermue (Cumbr.) ; see Cockermouth. 

m. 14 (5). Krispyn, Deudone, a Jew of York ; licence to, to sell certain houses 
in that city to Alan de Walkingham, to hold according to the 
conditions of the charter made between them. Westminsteri 5th 
June. 

Kudecote (Herts) ; see Codicote. 

m. 20 (20). Kyde, William ; reversal of the outlawry published against, for the 

death of William Bras, of which he mis been appealed. Bristol, 
22nd April. 

m. IB (97). Kyme, South (Line); appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and 

Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by Gilbert de Gaunt against Philip de Kyme and others, tou<ming 
common of pasture in. 

m. 5d. (70). Kymelond ; appointment of Walter de Wimbome and Thomas de 

S. Vigor to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Henry 
de Kymelond against John de runchardnn and others, touching a 
tenement in. 

Kynebauton (Hunts.) ; see Kimbolton. 

m. 6 (19). Kynton, Simon de ; simple protection to. York, 16th August. 

m. 28 (10). Lacy, Matilda de, staying in England ; letters of attorney to, for 

Ireland, in favour of Roger le Taillor and John Fitz-Jordan. 
Kingston, 4th February. 

m. 5 (8). Lacy, Wanoelliana de ; letters of attorney to, in favour of Anian 
le Waleys and Henry Fingael, for Ireland. Appelby, 80th 
August. 

Lalleford (Essex) ; see Lawford. 



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102 APPBKDIX TO THE FORTY-KINTH BEPOBT OP THE 

No. 1. — Calendar of Patent Soils: 8 Edward I.-^-^oniinued. 

m. 25d. (44). Lamboarn, Chipping (Berks) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis tfnd 

Robert Malet to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Richard de Reygngny against John de Bath, touching a tenement 
in. 

m. 13d. (47). Lamboum, Chipping (Berks) ; appointment of Robert Foloonis and 

Robert Malet to fake the. assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Reginald son of Radnlph de Shire against John del Marays and 
others, tOQching a tenement in. 

m. 8d. (75). Lammays (Backs) ; appointment of Walter de Hopton and Howel 

ab Meurice to take the assise of darrein presentment arraigned by 
the lUng against Humphrey de Bohon, earl of Hereford and Essex, 
touching the church of* 

m. 12 (17). Lancaster, Edmund earl of, the King's brother; specification and 

grant to, at his instance, of Matlak, Underwood, and Bredlawe, 
with other demesnes and hamlets, mines of lead and iron, pas- 
sages, fairs, markets, view of frankpledge, and other things which 
are appurtenances of the manors of Wirkesworth and Essebuni, 
and of the wapentake of Wirkesworth, in co. Derby, which were 
granted lately by the King by charter to the sud earl in exchange 
For the counties and castles of Carmarthen and Cardigan, £e 
said demesnes and hamlets, &c. not having been specified as appur- 
tenances of the manors, &c. aforesaid, in the charter above men- 
tioned. Dorchester, 17th June. 

m. 17d. (18). Lancaster (Lane.) ; appointment of Geoffrey Aguillon and Alan de 

Walkiogham to take the assise of mort danoestor arraigned by 
Laurence son of Thomas de Lancaster against William de (}ather-> 
ton and others, touching possessions in. 

m. 7d. (58). Lancaster ; commission of gaol delivery for, to Robert Banastr^ 

Robert de Holand, Radulph de Mitton, and Adam de Haghton. 

m. dd. (77). Lancing, South (Suss.) ; appointment of John de Lovetot and Roger 
de Leicester to talce the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Richard Atteware against Nigel de Brok' and others, touching a 
tenement in. 

m. 16d. (29). Langdon (Essex) ; appointment of John de Lovetot and Roger de 

Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Richard 
son of Geoffrey de Langedon against Martin de Brok' and Alic e 
his wife, touching a tenement in. 

m. 19d. (82). Langford'Uear-Maldon (Essex) ; appointment of Roger Loveday and 

Robert de Ludham to take the jury arrai^ed by John de Bath 
and John son of Robert de Praeres against Alice late wife of 
Robert de Praeres, touching a tenement in.* 

m. 5d. (87). Langford-near-Maldon [Essex] ; association of Walter de Wim- 

bome with Roger Loveday and Robert de Ludham to take the jury 
arraigned by John de Bath and John son of Robert de Praers 
against Alice late wife of Radulph de Praers, touching a tenement 
in. 

m. 8d. (70). Langham (Norf.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday and Robert de 

Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin airaigned by Avice 
daughter of Cecilia Matin against William son of Richard le Leche 
and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 24d« (22). Langley (Bucks) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and Robert Malet 

to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Robert le Mouner 
and Emma his wife against William Mareschall and others, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. Id. (63). Langley (Bucks) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and Walter de 
Aumundesham to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by 
Alexander le Weyte and Dionisia his wife, John le Clerk and 
Matilda his wife against Geoffrey Athenelf, touching possessions 
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DEPUTY KBEPBB OF THE PUBLIO REOOBDS. 103 

No. 1. — Calendar of Patent Rolls: 8 Edward I. — continued. 

m. 9d. (39). Lan^ey (Salop) \ appointment of Badalph de Hengham and Regi- 
nald de Legn to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by 
Andrew de Kenleye against William son of John de Langel, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 18d. (6). Langley (Warw.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias 

de Bekmgham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
the master of the Hospital of B. John Warwick against Theobald 
de Nevill, touching a tenement in. 

to. sod. (23). Langley Borrell (Wilts) ; appointment of Robert Fnlconis and 

WiUiam de Brayboef to take the assise airaigned by John de 
Cheueroill against Reginald Barely touching a fosse leyied in. 

m. 3d. (54). Langton-in-Furbeck (Dors.) ; appointment of Walter de Wimborse 

and Thomas de 8* Vigor to take the assise of mort dancestor 
arraigned by Henry Maresoot against William de ClaaUl, touching 
land in. 

m. 23d. (60). Lanton (Lane.) ; appointment of Roser LoTeday and John de 

Metingham to take the assise of noTel disseisin airaigned by Alan 
de Rixton against Robert Banastr* and others, toucl^g common of 
pasture in. 



UriSS''*'}(I^«)'~«A,le.tone. 



m. 9d« (21). Lathbury (Bucks) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and Geofficey de 

Leukenore to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by 
Felicia daughter of William Alisanndre, Adam leFraunkeleyn, and 
Hawise his wife against the abbat of Lavendon and others, 
touching meadow in. 

m. 2Sd. (10). Latton (Wilts) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and William de 

Brayboef to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by John 
de Latton against Christina late wife of Walter de Latton, touching 
a mesuage and land in. 

m. 4 (2). Lauesham, William de, going by licence to parts beyond seas ; pro- 
tection to, with clause : Volwnua, Westminster, 7th October. 

m. 4d. (63). Launceston Q* Launceton ") (Oomw.) ; appointment of Walter de 

Wimbome and Thomas de S. Vigor to take the assise of noyel 
disseisin arraigned by William Cela against the prior of Laun- 
ceston and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 24d. (56). Launceston ; commission of gaol deliTcry for, to Henry de Chaum- 

bemoun, Henry de Ralee, Thomas de Pyn, and John de Beaupr^. 

ID. 16d. (61). Launceston ; commission of gaol delivery for, to Henry de Chaum- 

bernoun, Henry de Ralegh, Thomas del Pyn, and John de 
Beaupr^. 

m. 92d. (51). Laungrau [? Llangrove] (Heref.) ; appointment * of Robert Fulconis 

and Giles de Berkeley to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by John son of Modoc de Codagh against Jordan de Codagh, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 18 (63). Lauton Mortimere (Heref.) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and 

Giles de Berkeley to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by Robert Hanyette and Dionisia his wife against Roger de Web- 
bele, chaplain, and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 14d. (33). Lawford C Lalleford' ") (Essex) ; appointment of John de Lovetot 

and Roger de Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by William son of Radulph de Lalleford against Joan 
de Leham and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 18 (21). Laycock (Wilts); appointment of Robert Fulconia and William de 
Brayboef to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Richard 
Rolannd against Thomas Cok' and Christiana his wife, touching a 
tenement io. 



104 APPENDIX TO THE FORTY-NINTH BEPORT OF THE 

No. 1. — Calendar of Patent Rolls : 8 Edward I. — continued, 

m. 11«L (6*i). Layham CLeybam") (Soft.) ; appointment of Bo^er Loveday and 

Robert de Ludham to take tbe assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by Roger de Leyham against William le fiz Ricbard and otbtrs, 
toucbing a tenement in. 

m. 7d. (26). Laybam ('' Leybam *') (Snff.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday and 
Robert de Ludbam to take tbe assise of norel disseisin arraigned 
by Osbert de Hertberst and Ayelina bis wife against William son 
of Ricbard de Leybam and Hngb le Noble, toucUng a tenement 
in. 

m. 8d. (63). Lea (« Lee ") (Line.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and 

Elias de Bekingbam to take tbe assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by tbe prioress of Heyninges against Radolpb de Trebampton and 

m. 8d. (63). otbers, toucbing a tenement in ; and a similar assise arraigned by 

tbe said prioress against Geoffrey de Fontibus and otbers, toucbing 
a tenement in Knaitb (** Kneitbe "). 

m. 8d. (65). Lea (Line.) ; appointment of same to take a similar assise arraigned 
by Hugb le Arblaster against Radnlpb de Trebampton and otbers, 
toucbing a tenement in. 

m. 8d. (66). Lea (Line.) ; appointment of same to take a similar assise arraigned 

by Jobn del Park against tbe said Radnlpb and otbers, touching a 
tenement in. 

m. 5d. (6). Leake (" Lek' '*) (Leic.) ; appointment of same to take tbe assise of 
novel disseisin arraigned by Ricbard Bacun, of Leake, against 
Cbristiana Sacry and otbers, toucbing a tenement in. 

m. 87d. (S9). Leake ("Leke") (Line); appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton 

and Elias de Bekingbam to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Gilbert son of Jobn de Riggesby aj^nst Clement 
parson of tbe church of Leake and otbers, toucbing a tenement 
m. 

m. S8d. (89). Leake (Line.) ; appointment of same to take a similar assise arraigned 

by Ricbard son of Brioe de Lek' against Jobn FitzAlan and otbers, 
toucbing a tenement in. 

m. 9d. (15). Leckhampstead (Bucks) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and 

Geoffirey de Leukenore to take tbe assise of mort danoestor 
arraigned by John son of Robert de Widmill against Hugh de 
Chasteloun, touching a mesuage and land in. 

m. 18d. (60). Leckhampstead, Great (Bucks) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and 

Robert Malet to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Simon de Bradewell and Mabel his wife against Thomas Dalby, 
of Leckhampstead, and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 7 (1). Leden', John de ; pardon to, at tbe instance of Alexander King of 
(oedule.) Scotland (" Scocie **), for having killed Walter Codard. 

m. 25d. (68). Lee, East (Essex) ; appointment of John de Lovetot and Roger de 

Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Robert 
Quintin and Joan his wife against Walter de Wynton and others, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 3d. (82). Legbton (Norf.) ; appointment of Ro^er Loveday and Robert de 

Ludbam to take.the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by (Geoffrey 
son of Walter de Hengham and Jobn son of Thomas Martun 
against Edmund de Swathing and otbers, toucbing a tenement in. 

m. 38d. (26). Leicester ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias de Beking- 
bam to take tbe assise of mort dancestor arraigned by John Gri&i 
against Radnlpb Hode and Agnes his wife, touching rent in. 

m. I9d. (80). Leicester ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias de 

Bekingbam to take tbe assise of mort dancestor arraigned by John 
Griffin against Radulph Fode, junior, and Agnes his wife, touching 
rent in. 



DEPUTY KUBPEK OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS. 105 

No. 1. — Calendar of Patent Rolls : 8 Edward I. — continued. 

IB. 5d. (89). Leicester ; appcnntment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias de Beking- 

ham take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned bj Henryde 
Grendon against Mariota late wife of William de Fozton, touching 
a tenement in. 

Leicester ; «m Ajlestone. 

m. 17d. (14). Leigh (Kent); appointment of John de Cobham and Roger de 

I^ioester to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by 
Laarence Kyn, Richard son of Walter Kyn, and Gregory his brother 
against Roger Attesinderhull, touching land in. 

m. 16d. (16). Leigh (Kent) ; appointment of same to take the assise of novel 

disseisin arraigned by William del PoUe against James Tekel and 
others, touching a tenement in. 

m. I5d. (43). Lef^h, South (" Suthleye **) (Ozf.) ; appointment of Radnlph de 

Henirham and Robert Malet to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by John de la W^ade against Mathew le Chaunceler and 
William de Beningeworth, touching a tenement in. 

hl. 18d. (68). Lenham (Kent) ; appointment of John de Cobham and Roger de 

Leicester to take the assise arraigned by Robert de Lenham against 
John le Bedel, touching a way stopped in. 

m. 25CL (18). Leominster (" I^ministr* ") (Heref.) ; appointment of Robert Fnl- 

conis and Giles de Berkeley to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by John le Taulur against Jordan le Keu and Roger 
FitxWilliam, touching a tenement in. 

m. 18d. (81). Leominster C< Leministr' ") (Heref.) ; appointment of Robert Ful- 

conis and Giles de Berkeley to take the assise of mort dancestor 
arraigned by John son of Roger de la Hull against Andrew son of 
Roger de la Hull, touching a mesuage and land in. 

IB. 15d. (16). Leominster; commission of gaol delivery for, to Giles de Berkley 

Osbert de Auenesbir*, Walter de Cokeseye, and Walter de Cokeseye 
(ftc), and Walter de Caples. 

in* Sd. (65). Leominster ; commission of gaol delivery for, to Giles de Berkeley, 

Osbert de Auebyr*, Walter de Cockeseye, and Walter de Caples. 

m. Sd. (16). Letheringsett (Norf.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday and Robert de 

Ludham to take the assise of novel i&seisin arraigned by John 
FitzEluine against Walter le Pouore and others, touching a tene- 
ment in. 

Letteleye, the abbat and convent of the " locoi sancti Edwardi " of; 
804 Netley. 

m. 8d. (&). Leokenore, Geoffrey de, and Robert Fits Walter ; appointment of, to 

hear and determine the appeal of Agnes late wife of Seneman de 
Snleby in the county court of Northampton against Hugh de 
C^osseby and Adam (or Ada) de Cotesbech, touching the death of 
the said Seneman. Nottingham, 30th July. 

m. 7d. (59). Levens-in-Kendal (Westmorel.) ; appointment of Geoffirey Aguillon 

and Alan de Walkingham to take the assise of mort dancestor 
arraigned by Hugh son of Gerard de Leuenes against John Gemet, 
tOQchmg a toft and land in. 

m. to (11). Lewes, the prior of, going by licence to parts beyond seas ; protection 

to, with dause : Volumus, Bristol, 23rd April. 

m. 80 (18). The same ; letters of attorney to, in fitvour of Geoffrey de Mareys and 

John de VacelF for England. Bristol, 93rd April. 

m. lid. (18). Lewes (Suss.) ; appointment of John de Cobham and Roger de 

Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Matilda 
la Roen, of Lewes, against Oliver FitzEi-nise and others, touching 
a tenement in. 

m. 2d. (75). Lewknor (Oxf.) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and W. de 
' Amundesham to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by 

John de Bele and Joan his wife against John de Cheiebech and 
Ocllia late wife of Alexander de Chesebech, touching land in. 



106 APPENDIX TO THE FOBTY-NINTH BEPORT OF THE 

No. 1. — CaleDdar of Patent BoUa : 8 Edward L^caniinned. 

m 

ID. 24 (23). Le)'bam\ William de, going by lloenee to parts beyond seaB ; protec- 
tion to^ with clause : Voiumu$» landharst, 20th January. 

Di. 24 (27). The same; safe-condnet to, in goins on a pilgrimage to the shrine of 

8. James' [of Compostella], by ncence, through Gascony with his 
household and *^ harness." Lindhurst, 20th January. 

m. 6 (2). Leye, William de; grant to, during good behaviour, of the office of 
marshal to the justices in eyre m Ireland for pleas of the Crown. 
Coningburgh', 8th August. 

m. Id. (51). Leyrunareny (Essex) ; appointment of John de Lovetot and Boger 

de Leicester to take Vxe assise of mort dancestor arraigned ny 
Richard son of Luke de Aldholt against Juliana de Aldholt, 
touching a mesuage and land in. 

m. 1 (5). Lichegrains, John de ; commislmos to, during pleasure, of the custody 
of the county and castle of York, at the some annual payment as 
Alexander de Eirketon and Banulph de Dacre, sheriffs of the said 
county, were wont to make to the Ring ; and mandate of intendenoe 
and respondence in favour of, in pursuance as sheriff of the said 
county and constable of the said castle. Westminster^ 15th 
November. 

m. I4d. (13). Lichfield (Staff.) ; appointment of Badulph de Hengham and Bpffer 

de Leicester to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by John 
Bobus against Ri^ginald de Morsbal', chaplain, and others, touching 
a toft and land in. 

m. 13d. (86). Lichfield (Staff) ; appointment of Badulph de Hengham and B^nald 

de Legh to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by John 
Bobus against Bo^er de Morghal, chaplain, and others, touching 
two tofts and land m. 

m. 3d. (78). Lichfield (Staff.) ; appointment of Badulph de Hengham and Beginald 

de Legh to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Badulph 
de Simplingham, dean of Lichfield, against William deMalkeworth, 
master of the scholars of Lichfield, touching a tenement in. 

m. 14d. (41). Lidney (Glonc.) ; appointment of Bobert Fuloonis and Qiles de 

Berkele to take the assue of mort dancestor arraigned by Henry de 
Kasse against Bichard de Alvinton and Alma his wife, touching 
rent in. 

Lidstone (Oxf.) ; see Enstone, Broad. 

m. 22 (12). Lilleshull*, the abbat and convent of ; licence to, in pursuance of an 

a.q.d., taken by the sheriff of Salop, to assart thirty acres in length 
next the Watlmgstreet-Way and one acre in width of Ui^ wood 
of Lilleshull towards the covert thereof which is without the waste 
and regard of the King's forest of Wymbrugg*, and to hold the 
same in mortmain. Down Ampney, 2nd March. 

m. 28d. (34). Lilley Q* Linley ") (Herts) ; appointment of John de Lovetot and 

Boger de Leicester to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned 
by William son of John de Kelebof against Geoffi^y de Haspel and 
others, touching land in. 

m. 12 (3). Lilliogstan', Master Bichard de, staying in England on his own 
affairs and those of the master and fraternity of the Knights 
Templars there ; simple protection to. Westminster, lOth June. 

m. 12 (5). Lillingstan, Bichard de ; simple protection to. Same date. 

m. 5d. (35). Limber (<* Limberujg' ")> Little (Line.) ; appointment of Nicholas de 

Stapleton and Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of mort dan- 
cestor arraigned by Simon son of Adam le Fraunceis against 
Bobert Atte Caums, touching a mesuage in. 

m. 24d. (66). Limerston (" Lymereston ") (Southt.) ; appointment of John de 

Lovetot and W. de Hamelton to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by QeoStty de Pycheford and Alice his vnfe against 
John le BotUler and others, touching a tenement in. 



DEPUTT KEEPER OF THE PUBLIC BECOBDS, 107 

No. l.-^Calendar of Patent Bolls : 6 Edward I. — continued. 

m. 27 (80). Lincoln ; cong^ d'Aire to Autonj Bek, archdeacon of Durham, and 

Masters William de la Ware, archdeacon of Lincoln, and Wil- 
liam archdeacon of Huntingdon, vice Bichard, the late bishop of, 
deceased. Winchester, Ist Janoary. 

m. S7 (16). Lincoln ; grant, addressed to the dean and chapter of Lincoln, to 

WUliam de Louth, of the prebend in the church of, lately possessed 
by Master Henry de Hauekel^b, and void and in the Banff's gift 
by reason of the yoidance of the bishopric of Lincoln, irhicm is in 
the King's hands. Winchester, 30th December. 

m. 29 (22). Lincoln ; assent to the election of Oliver de Sutton, late dean of the 

cathedral church of S. Mary of, as bishop uf. Clarendon, 18th 
February. 

m. 28 (2). Lincoln ; grant to Master Thomas Bek, of the prebend of Castre in 

the church of S. Mary of, lately held by Master Boger de (?ane, 
void by his death and in the King's ^ft by reason of 3ie voidance 
of the bishopric of Lincoln, which is m the King's hands ; and man- 
date in pursuance to the dean and chapter of Lincoln. Lindhorst, 
20th January. 

m. 5d. (24). Lincoln ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias de Beking- 

ham to take the assise of novel disseism arraigned by Thomas son 
of Hugh Freman and Is. his wife against Bobert de Ooiiers and 
others, touching a tenement in the suburb of. 

in« 5d. (81). Lincoln; appointment of same to take a similar assise arraigned by 

Anabil !EitzGodwyn against Banulph le Mazun and others, tonching 
a tenement in. 

m. 5d. (66). Lmcoln ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias de Beking- 

ham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Thomas 
FitaBobert against Bobert de Wympton, tonching a tenement in. 

m. 4d. (68). Lincoln ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias de Beking- 

ham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Bobert 
FitxSimon against Hugh de Wellebom and others, touching a tene- 
ment in. 

in. 85d. (45). Lincoln ; commission of gaol delivery for, to Nicholas de By, 

Alexander de Trikingham, John de Bracebrigg', and Bobert de 
Somercotes. 

m. 20d. (60). Lincoln ; commission of gaol delivery for, to Nicholas de Bye, 

Alexander de Trikingham, Bobert de Horblinge, and Bot!ert 
Coffyn. 

in. 5d. (12). lincoln ; commission of gaol delivery for, to Alexander de Montfort, 

Nicholas de By, Alexander de Trikingham, and John Pycot. 

m. 5d. (88). Lincoln ; commission of gaol delivery for, to John Bek' and Alex- 
ander de Montfort. 

m. 5d. (78). lincoln ; commission of gaol delivery for the cit^ of, to Alexander 

de Montfort, Nicholas de By, Alexander de Trikingham, and John 
Picot. 
m. ad« (1). Lincoln ; conmussion of gaol delivery for the city of, to Alexander 

de Montfort, Alan de Trikingham, Nicholas de By, and John 
Pykot Westminster, 27th October. 

m, lid. (59). Lindon and Woodcote (Salop) ; appointment of Badulph de Hen^ham 

and Beginald de Legh to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by William son of Michael de Morton against Thomas son of 
Bobert de Wodecote and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. Idd. (57). Linford, Great (Bucks) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapelton and 

Elias de Bekinfham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by Bichard, of Great Linford, chaplam, agamst Badulph Pipard 
and others, touching a tenement in. 

IB. 9d. (27). Linfdrd (" I-ymesford "), Great (Bucks); appointment of Bobert 

Fulconis and Geoffrey de Leukenore to take the assise of novel 
disseisin arraigned by Simon Faket against Gilbert Paket and 
others, tonching a tenement in. 



108 APPENDIX TO THE FOBTT-NINTH BEPOBT OF THE 

No. 1. — Calendar of Patent Bolls : 8 Edward I. — continued, 

ni. 4d. (18). Linfoid, Great (Bucks) ; appointment of Bobert Fnleonis and 

Geoffrey de Leukenore to take the assise of novel disseisin ar 
raigned by William son of Bichaid, of Great linford, against 
Badulph Pipard and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 24d. (18). Lingfield (Surr.) ; appointment of John de Cobham and Boger do 

L^cester to take the assise of novel disseisin artaigned by Bema 
daughter of Nicholas de Linchefeld against Stephen de Bnre and 
others, touching a tenement in. 

m. I9d. (69). Lingfield (Surr.) ; appointment of same to take the assise of mort 

dancestor arraigned by Isabel de LnUingden against William atte 
Welde, touching meadow in. 

Lingfield (Surr.) ; ««« Crowhurst. 

m. l*2d. (54). Linsheeles (" Lynneshelis ") (Northnmbr.) ; appointment of Geoffrey 

Aguilion and Alan de Walkingham to take the assise of novel 
disseisin arraigned by Thomas de la Chanmbre against Gilbert do 
Umfraunvill and others, touching a tenement in. 

Linstead (Suff.) ; tet Hnntingfield. 

m. Id. (68). Lintefeud (Surr.) ; appointment of John de Cobham and Boger de 

Leicester to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned bv Bobert 
do Stanigrave against Hubert de Hanle and Clemency his wife, 
touching land in. 

m. 18d. (83). Lisangton (Line.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias 

de Bekingham to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by 
llliomas son of Badulph de 0>tes, of Lissington, and Agnes his 
wife against Amice late wife of William de Burton, touching land 
in. 

m. 96d. (60). Litoham ('^Lncham ") (Norf.) ; appointment of Boger Lovedajr and 

Bobert de Ludham to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned 
by William son of Alan de Bydon against Alan son of Alan de 
Bydone and Matilda late wife of Alan de Bidon, touching a 
mesuage and land in. 

m. 28d. (46). Littelbir', Bobert de ; appointment of, to tax in cos. Somerset, Dor- 
set, Devon, and (}omwa]l all amercemeuts in which the men of the 
said COS. were amerced before the justices of common pleas in the 
years 2, 4, 5, and 6 Edw. L Windsor, 26th November. 

m. JI8d. (47). Similar appointment of Elias de Bekingham in cos. Leioestor and 

Warwick. 

m. 80d. (39). Littleton (Wore.) ; appointment of Bobert Fulconis and Hiomas de 

S. Vigor to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by 
Alexander le Chapeleyn a^^ainst the abbat of Evesham and Bobert 
(fie), touching a mesuage in. 

m. 82 (24). Llandaff, William bishop of; mandate to, to levy and deliver, without 
fhrther delay, the whole of the tenth of ecclesiastical benefices in 
his bishopric to Alianor, the Queen-Mother, he having been 
appointed by Henry III. and Ottobon cardinal-deacon of S. Adriani 
to collect the said tenth, which was granted by Pope Clement [IV.], 
for tlie behoof of the said Queen-Mother, the whole of such tenth 
being still unpaid to her. Down Aropney, 4th March. 

m. 19 (29). Llandaff, W[illiam] bishop of ; licence to, with the consent of Edmund 
the King's brother, to take up his abode, whenever he shall come 
to London, in the house of the Canons of the Order of the Holy 
Sepulchre of Warwick (<* Warrewicbie ")> opposite S. CJlement's 
without Temple Bar. Westminster, 25th May. 

m. 19 (88). Llantony Prima, in Wales, the prior of, staying in England ; letters 
of attorney to, in favour of Nicholas de Bos and Stephen Bansan 
for Ireland. Westminster 18th May. 

m. 17 (6) Llanvays (" Lanuuays 'Oi near Brecknock (" Breghenogh ") ; pre- 
sentation, directed to the keeper of the spiritualities of the bishopric 
of S. David's, of John de Badenor' to the church of, void and in 
the King's gift by the voidance of the said biidiopric, which is in 
the Kin^s hands. Westminster, 86th May. 



BEPUTY KEEPEH OT THE PUBLIC nECOKDS. 109 

No. 1. Calendar of Patent Rolls : 8 Edward l.~^ontinued. 

Bi. Sd. (26). IiOddi§w€ll (Devoo) ; appointment of Walter de Wimborno and 

Thomas de S. Vigor to take the assise of mort danoestor arraigned 
by Millicent de Montalt and John de Hasting' against Gilbert de 
Knoayll, touching possessions in. 

D. 19d. (55). Loddon (" Lodne ") (Norf.) ; appomtment of Ro^r Loveday and 

Robert de Ludham to take the assise of noTel disseisin arraigned 
by Adam le Scot of Saltmere and Matilda his wife against Robert 
de Lodne and others, touching a tenement in. 

BL. aid. (16). Loenhalis (Heref.) j appointment of Robert Fuloonis and Giles do 

Berkeley to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Peter 
of the home against Geoffrey de le Mareis, touching a tenement in. 

ID. 19 (18). Logan, Alan de \ simple protection to, in Ireland. Westminster, 

17th May. 
m. 4d. (10). Lolworth (Cambr.) j appointment of Roger Loveday and Robert de 

Ludham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by John son 

of William Abovetonn against Henry parson m the church of 

Lolworth, touching a tenement in. 

in. S3 (17)* London, cong^ d'41ire to John Luuel, archdeacon of Colchester, and 

Geoffi^y de Mortimer, archdeacon of London, canons of S. Paul's, 
vice J[ohn] bishop of, deceased. CHarendon, 18th February. 

m. 83 (8i)> London ; commisimns, during pleasure, to Walter de Essex and 

Nicholas de Dyham, of the custody of the bishopric of, void and in 
the King's hands. Clarendon, 18th February. 

mt* 93 (25)* Concurrent mandate in pursuance of intendence to the tenants of the 

bishopric. 
m. SO (6). London, S. Paul's ; the canons of, repeated petitions of, for a oong^ 

d'flire " prout patet in littera subsequenti." 
m. SO (7). London, S. Paid's, the dean and chapter of ; eong^ d'^lire to, the 

church being void. Bristol, 19th April. 

m. 19 (*)• London ; assent to the election of Master Richard de Gravesend, 

canon of S. Paul's Cathedral, as bishop of. Windsor, 9th May. 

m 19 (!!)• London; restitution of temporalities to Master Richard de Graves- 

hende, bishop-elect of, his election having been confirmed by J. 
archbishop of Canterbury, and his fealty taken ; and mandate of 
intendence and respondence in £ftvour of, to the tenants of the 
bishopric. Westminster, 17th May. 
m. 19 (18). CJoncurrent mandate of livery in pursuance to Walter de Essex. 
m. 4 <ll)- London, the Friars Preachers of? grant to, towards the construction 

of their new church there, of 100 marks in which John de Polingfeld 
was lately amerced before John de Reygate and his colleagues, 
the justices last in eyre in co. Sussex for common pleas, for certain 
trespasses of which he was convicted, and of a like sum out of 
100/. in which Henry Huse was amerced for trespasses of the 
forest before Roger de Clifford and his colleagues, justices last in 
eyre in co. Southampton for pleas of the forest. Rokingham, 
11th October. 

A. 1 (H). London, the master, and brethren and sisters, lepers, of the Hospital 

of S. Giles without; licence to, to exchange, with Grerinde S. Giles, 
two acres of their land which lie in the parish of S. Giles-without- 
liondon for two acres of the land of the said Gerin which lie between 
the lands of the said master and lepers in the vills of Westminster 
and Totenbale and to hold them in mortmain. Westminster, 
15th November. 

ID S4(12). London, S. Martin's le Grand of. being a free chapel of the King; 

grant to Geoffrey de Neubaud, clerk, of the deanery of, void by the 
resignation of Lodowic de Savoy, late dean of, and in the King's 
bauds. Lindhurst, 20th January'. 

m. S4 (18). Concurrent mandate of livery in pursuance to the constable of the 

Tower of London. 

an. S4 (14). CJoncurrent mandate of intendence and respondence in pursuance to 

the canons of the place. 



110 APPENDIX TO THE FOBTT-NINTH BBPOBT OF THE 

No. 1. — Calendar of Pateai Bolls : 8 Edward I.— oofifintfecf. 

m. 88 (t). London ; tlM prior, canons, and fraternity of the New Hospital of 
S. Mary wiUiont Bishopsgate in, and the infirm poor therein lying, 
their men, lands, things, rents, and all possessions, protection to, 
with the clause : Rogamut, Windsor, ^th November. 

m. 18 (IB). London, the mayor and dtijeens of, and the cpminooalty.of the. said 
city ; inspezimns and confirmation of a chaster of Boger de Clifford, 
senior, granting to them all his land with the houses built thereon, 
&c., late of John Fita-Qeoflrey in the said city and las. of 
annual quit*rent from two tenements the boundaries of the said 
land, and the site of the said tenements being specified and the 
charter witnessed by Bobert bishop of Bath and Wells, then 
chancellor, Antony Bek, archdeacon of Durham, and many others. 
Westminster, 10th June. 

m. Sd. (68). London, the mayor and sheriffs of; appointment of , together with 

Stephen de Fenecestre, to inquire as to certain evildoers unknown 
who broke by night the windows of the houses of Biathew de 
Colnmbers in London, the ironwork of tiiie said windows, and the 
leaden gutters of the said booses, aad took and carried off the said 
iionwou and lead and other goods of the said Mathew< West- 
minster> 28th October. 

m. 14d. (20). London ; appointment of Badolph de Hengham to hear and examine 

the record and process of an assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Bobert deClopton before the mayor and sheriffs of, in the hustings 
court of, against Henry de Lobiry, touching a tenement in, and 
to eoirect the error, if any, in the said process, the said Heniy 
having made plaint that it was irregular. Westminster, 1 1th June. 

nu 25d. (54). London ; association of Thomas de Wevland with the mayor and 

sheriffs of London to hear, £tc. a suit between John Laurence and 
Philip le Taillur in the hustings court of London, touching a 
mesuagein. 

m. 24 (5). London, Thomas de ; grant to, during good behavionr, of the office 
of chirographer oif the King's Court in Ireland. Winchester, 
6th January. 

m. 17d. (77)i London, Tower of; commission of gaol delivery for, to Hamo Hauteyn 

and John Horn. 

m. 15d. (81). London, Tower of; commission to Hamo Hauteyn aad John Horn to 

deliver the gaol o( of Geoffrey de Drayton. 

qi* lOd. Xl^)* X^ndoi^ Tower of ; commission of gaol delivery for, to Hamo Haatein 

and John Horn. 

m* Id. (46). Longdon (" Langedon ")> near Liehfield (Staff.) $ appointment of 
Badnlph de Hengham and Beginald de Leye to take the assise of 
mort dancestor arraigned by William atte Orene, of Longdon, near 
Lichficdd, against Henry Aunfi^, touching a mesusge and land in. 

ffl, 21d. (50). Longdon (Wore.) ; appointment of Bobert Fulconis and Giles de 

Berkeleyto take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Bobert 
son of William Bele against Badnlph de Litlington and Millicent 
his wife, touching a tenement in. 

Lophamj North (Norf .) ; see Garboldiaham. 

m. 19d. (25). Lordygrene (Salop) ; appointment of Badnlph de Hengham and 

Begmald de Iiegh to ts^e the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Agnes daughter of William de Lordygrene agiunst Saer Mauneisui 
and Nicholas de Biriton^ touching a tenement in. 

m. 2 (14). Lorciaco, (" Yrciaco " in maisinal title), Henry de ; surrender to/of the 
advoWson of the church of Coryreuel (Somers.) which he had given 
up to the King, who had impleaded him before the Justices last in 
eyre in co. Somerset thereon, he pleadi^ a charter of Bichard I. 
enfeoffing Us ancestors of the manor of Coryreuel with its appur- 
tenances and giving up tl\e said advowson because no mention of 
it was made in the said charter and putting himself tmder the Klng^s 
grace. Westminster, 10th Norembler. 



DBPUTT K6BPBB OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS. Ill 

Uo. !• — Calendar of Patent Bolls : 8 Edward I. — continued. 

m, 18 (64). Ijongbton (" Lughtou ") (Bueka.) ; t^pointinent of Robert FaJconis 

and Robert Mftlet to tiike the assise of noTel disseisin arraigned by 
WiUiam le Despenser against Henty son of John de Shanle, touch- 
ing a tenement in. 

XBU 21d. aS). LoBghton (* Loghton ") (Salop) ; appointment of Radulph de Henjj- 

ham and Reginald de Legh to take the assise of noyel disseisin 
•Biraigned by the abbat of Shrewsbury against Adam (os Ada) de 
Mongomery, touching a tenement in« 

m. 8 (16)* Iiouth CLuneth'")* v^ Ireland » mandaie to Robert de Ufford, 

justiciar of Irelaad» or his locnm4enenSy to give the royal assent 
to the election made without the King's licence of John del Cnok, 
a canon of the abbey of the Mount of the Apostles of, as abbat of, 
vice John the late abbat of, ceded* in case it should be confirmed, 
and to take his fealty, and restore the temporalities to him, with the 
usual proviso. Langley, 20th July. 

BU 9 (19)* I^tith C* Luuetlt' ")» ^ convent of the Apostles of; assent to the 

election of. John Tarran, as abbat of, and significamus thereof to 
^[ieholasj archbishop of Armagh. Langiey, I7th July. 

m. 18 (87). Louth (<*Luda") (Line.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapletonand 

Blias de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by lobster Peter de Wysebech against Gilbert Rosel, of Louth, 
and others, touching a tenement in. 

m, )6d. (86). Loveday, Roger, and Robert da Ludham ; i^pointment of, to inquire 

as to, hear and determine the trespass of certain evildoers unknown 

in breaking by night the doors and hedges of the fjark of Richard 

- de Breuse, of Stradbroke [Suff.], hunting in the said paik without 

his licence, and taking and carrsring away beasts. Westminster, 

• - arthMay.' 

m. Sd. (37)* Loveday, Roger, and Henry de Reueshal' ; appointment of, to in- 
quire as to, hear, &c. the trespass of certain evildoers unknown 
in breaking the park of Roger de Valeyns, at Parham [Suff.J, 
huntting tnerein without his licence, and taking and carrying off 
his beasts. Westminster, Idth October. 

m. 97d. (11)*' Lovetot, John de, and Roger de Leicester ; appointment of, to exa- 
mine and correct, if necessary, the record and process of a suit 
in the hustings court of the city of London, wherein John de 
Boyvill andDionlSia his wife impleaded Osbert de Suthfolk', 
touching a mesuage and four shops in the said city as of the right 
and inheritance of the said Dioniaia as heiress of Walter le 
Deuenys her father, the said Osbert claiming the premises by 
feofinent of the said John and Dioniraat which feofment the sind 
John and Diimisia alle^ to have been made by fraud during the 
minority of the said Dionisia and while she was in the custoay of 
Robert le Peytevin, in co. Devon, to whom the said custody was 
demised hr BOenry III. ; but the said court, insisting on the en- 
rolment of the said feofment, refusing to admit such exception. 
Windsor, 26th November. 

m. 27d. (62). Lovetot, John de, and William de S. Ciate j appointment of, to in- 
- ' quiie and do justice as to certain alleged attempts against the 

peace committed by Hugh de Crepping', during the King's absence 
beyond seas, in buying horses and arms and making assemblies, 
for which the said Hugh was imprisoned at Colchester. Win- 
cheater, 1st January. 

m. 2dd« (40- Lovetot, John de, and Richard de Boy land ; appohitment of, to inqutre 

and do justice as to the trespass of certain evildoers unknown in 
breaking the houses of Master Geoffirey de Aspal', clerk of AHanor, 
the Queen-Consort, at Cowlinge (** Culing ") [fluff.], carrying 
away goods and ill-treating his men. Bown. Ampney; ! ISth 
March. 



112 APPENDIX TO TUE FOKTl'-Nli^TU KBFUKT OF THE 

No. 1. — Calendar of Patent Rolls : 8 £dward I. — eoniinued. 

m, S3d. (58). Lovetot, John de, and John de Mctingham ; appointment of, as 

justices, to bear and determine the trespasseA of Gilbert le Forester 
and Henry Spar we In forcibly depasturing their beasts in the 
meadow and seTeral pasture of John de Bede at Rede [Soft.], 
and ill-treating the men of the said John. Down Ampney, 12th 
March. 

m. 14d. (56). Lovetot, John de, and Elias de Bekingham ; appointment of, together 

with the mayor and sheriffs of London, to examine the recora and 
process of an inquisition and other particulars touching the plaint 
of Thomas de Basing', a drixen of LondoUf that one Robert de 
Rokesle procured such inquisition to be taken in his absence and 
by certain of his enemies and certain strangers who were ignorant 
of the facts before the said mayor and aherufs, and in conseqaenoe 
a part of a house of the said Thomas in Thames Street, which he 
had had repaired at the instance of his fellow-citizens because it 
threatened with ruin the neighbouring houses, was destroyed, and 
the timber thereof carried away, and his men arrested and im- 
prisoned on the ground alleged by the said liobert that he had 
been disseised of his freehold by the said repair. Westminster, 
10th June. 

m. lid. (83). LoTetot, John de, and Roger de Leicester ; appointment of, to hear 

and determine the appeal of Agnes late wife of Geofflrey Duwe in 
the county court of Lincoln against Radulph Cartels, of Hinton, 
touching the death of the said Geoffirey. Laogley, 16th July. 

m. 8 (99). Lovetot, John de ; ^rant to, of the custody of the lands and tene- 
ments late of William de Wodeham, deceased, daring the minority 
of his heirs. Langley, 20th July. 

m. 4d. (15)* Lovetot, John de, and R. de Suehirche ; appointment of, to in- 
quire as to certain evildoers unknown who lately took and carried 
off goods and ehatels of Simon de Pilardinton, parson of the church 
of Bulingeworth, and to hear and determine the said suit. Lang- 
ley , 16th October. 

in. Id. (70). Lovetot, John de, and William de Brampton ; appointment of, to 

examine more fully the probate of the will of Walter le Poter as 
admitted in the hustings court of London, and to correct the 
errors (if any) therein ; Alexander le Poter, kinsman and heir 
of the said Walter complaining of injury to himself in the said 
probate. 

SL 28d. (5). Loxley {** Lokesle ") (Sta£) ; appointment of Radulph de Hengham 

and Reginald de Legh to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by Wilham son of Matilda de Uttokeshather against lliomas de 
Feres, of Loxley, touching a tenement in. 

m, 6d. (28). Loxley ('* Lockesleye ") (Sta£) ; appointment of Radulph de 

Hei^am and Reginald de Legh to take the assise of novel dis- 
seisin arraigned by William son of Matilda de Uttokeshather 

m. 5d. (2d). against Thomas de Ferres, touching a tenement in ; and a similar 

assise arraigned by the said William and Jul[iana] his wife against 
William son of Roger le Feure and others^ touching common of 
pasture in Colton. 

Loxley (Warw.) ; Bee Walton DeyviU. 

m. 27 (11). Lucan ("Luiekan") ; presentation, directed to the archbishop of 
Dublin, of Master Henry Surle, to the church of, void and in the 
King's gift by reason of the lands and heirs of William Pecche, 
deceased, being in the King's hands. Winchester, 26th December. 

Lucham (Korf.) ; see Litcham. 

m. 18d. (18). Lucton-near-Prestemede (Heref.) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis 

and Giles de Berkeley to take the assise of mort dancestor ar- 
raigned by John le Esturmy against Roger de Mortimer, touching 
rent in. 

m, 11 (5). Lucy, Geoffrey de ; pardon to, in consideration of a fine of 100/. of 
all trespasses committed by him in any of the forests of Henzy IDL 
in taking venison without licence. Odiham, 28th Jane. 



DEPUTY KEEPEB OP THE PUBLIC RECORDS. 113 

No, 1. — Calendar of Patent Eolls : 8 Edward I. — continued. 

m. 8 (25). Lucy, Geffrey de ; pardon to» for all the trespasses committed in the 

forest« of the King or Henry III. in taking venison therein without 
licence. Westminster, 15th November. 

m. lid. (51). Ladham (Snff.) ; appoiotraent of Roger Loveday and Robert de 

Ludham to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by Wil- 
liam le Frannkeleyn against Richard Boycy and others, touching a 
mefluage and land in. 

lo. 21 (7). Ludlow ; grant of murage to, for five years. Gloucester, 3rd April. 

m. 24d. (77). Ludlow (Salop) ; appointment of Radulph de Hengham and Reginald 

de la Legh to take the aasise of novel disseisin arraigned by Philip 
le Bnm and Cecilia his wife against John Moseye and others, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 18d. (19). Ludlow (Salop) ; appointment of Radulph de Hengham and Reginald 

de Legh to take the jury arraigned by Adam Huberd against Alice 
FitzHerbert and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 2d. (I). Lndlow (Salop) ; appointment of Radulph de Hengham and Reginald 

de liCgh to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Adam 
Huberd against Alice FItz-Herbert and others, touching a tenement 
in. Westminster, 8rd November. 

in. 9d. (13). Ludlow (Salop) ; appointment of same to take a similar assise ar- 
raigned by Adam Hubert against Alice daughter of Herbert de 
Ledewich and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 22 (I). Luffield; cong^ d'^lire to the suT>-prior and convent of vice WiUiam 

de Esteneston', the late prior o^, resigned. Marlborough, 26th 
February. 

m. 22 (9). Luffield; the priory of S. Mar^ of, assent, signified to O [liver] the 

elect of Lincoln, to the election of Adam de Heured, a monk of , 
to be prior of. Down Ampney, 2ud March. 

ID. 21 (1). Luffield ; restitution of temporalities to Adam de Hanred, the prior- 
elect of, his election having been confirmed by O [liver] the bishop- 
elect of Lincoln, and his fealty taken ; and mandate of intendence 
and respondence in pursuance to the tenants of the priory. Down 
Ampney, 8th March. 

m. 21 (2). Concurrent mandate in pursuance to Richard de Holebrok', the 

King's seneschal. 

Lnghton (Salop) ; see Loughton. 

m. 9d. (8). Luton (Beds) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and Robert Malet ta 

take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Henry le Feure 
against Henry Fatrich, touching a tenement in. 

m. 4d. (5). Lydd (** Lid ") (Kent) ; appointment of John de C-obham and Roger 

de lieicester to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
John FitzBlakeman and William FitzBlakeman against Thomas le 
Brid and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 4d. (6). Lydd (** Lide ") (Kent) ; appointment of same to take a similar 
, assise arraigned by Albre^ late wife of Blakeman Brid against 

Thomas le Brid and others, touching a tenement in. 

in. 4d. (8). Lydd ("Lyde**) (Kent); appointment of same to take a similar 

assise arraigned by William Teppe and C!elestris his wife against 
William son of John A vice, of Lydd, and others, touching a tene- 
ment in. 

m. 9*\, (22). Lydlinch (" Lidelunche ") (Dors.) ; appointment of Walter de Wim- 

bome and Thomas de S. Vigor to take the assise of novel dis- 
sdsin arraigned by Agnes late wife of John le Waleys against 
Henry de Haddon and John de Dereby, touching a tenement in. 

m. 17d. (7). Lyfoid (Berks); appointment of Robert Fulconis and Robert Malet 

to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by John son of 
William de Lyford against John son of Robert de Bachous, touching 
common of pasture in. 
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114 APPENDIX TO THE FORTY-NINTH REPORT OP THE 

No. 1. — Calendar of Patent Soils : S Edward I^ — continued* 

m. 15d. (65). Ljme (Dora.) ; appointment of Walter de Wimborne and Thomas 

de S. Vigor to tsike the assise of noTel disseisin arraigned by Peter 
Tros against William le Fevere, touching a tenement in. 

Lymesford (Bucks) ; see Linford. 

m. 22 (6). Lynde, Richard de la, going to Ireland ; letters of attorney to, in 
favour of Adam de Cosham and Thomas de Bastelden for England. 

Lynneshelifi (Northumbr.) ; see Liushceles. 

m. 21 (11). Lyre, the abbat of; simple protection to. Doirn Ampney, 23rd 
March. 

m. 7 (2). Machmorth, Moriortach', Artmacmorth*, Carewell, and John Mach- 
morth', Irishmen, bronght with him into England by Roger Bygod, 
earl of Norfolk and marshal of England ; safe-conduct to. New- 
port* Fagnel, 24th July. 

m. 2d. (72). Madley (** Maddeley **) (Heref.) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis 

and Qiles de Berkeley to take the'assise of mort dancestor arraigned 
by Nicholas son of Juliana de Apbruge against Stephen de Stretton 
and John de Apbruge, touching possessions in. 

m. 3d. (27). Maidstone (Kent) ; appointment of John de Cobham and Roger de 

Leicester to take the assise of norel disseisin arraigned by Gilbert 
le Brok' against Anselm atte Delle and Sibil his wife, touching a 
tenement in. 

m. 2d. (73). Maidstone ('' Meydenstan ") (Kent) ; appointment of John de Cob- 
ham and Roger de Leicester to take the assise of mort dancestor 
arraigned by Philip de Dilewisse against Richard le Engleys, touch- 
ing a mesuage in. 

m. 16d. (6). Maidstone ; commission of gaol delivery for, to R. de Norwod and 

John de Cobham. 

m. 23d. (48). Malet, Robert, and Robert Fulconis ; appointment of, to inquire us 

to the liability of Peter de Berghefeld to contribute to the repair of 
a certain bridge beyond the water of the abbat of Readmg in 
Burghfield ("Berghefeld") [Berks], as claimed by Theobald le 
Carpenter to whom a precept was issued for the repair of the said 
bridge ; and to inquire and do justice as to all matters concerning 
the said repair. Down Ampney, 12th March, 

m. 28d« (3). Mailing {*' Melling '') (Kent) ; appointment of John de Cobham and 

Roger de Leicester to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned 
by Thomas son of Thomas fiz le Chevaler against Philip de Deniam 
and Isabel his wife and Henry de Legham, touching a toft and 
land in. 

m. 16d. (14). Malmerloo (Derb.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and 

Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by John son of Peter de Bakepus against Roger de Mertinton, 
touching common of pasture in. 

m. 14d. (29). Malvern, Great (Wore.) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and Giles 

de Berkele to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by William 
le Porter against the prior of Great Malvern and others, touching 
a tenement in. 

m. 20d. (55). Mangotsfield (" Maingodesfeld '*) (GIouc.) ; appointment of Robert 

Fulconis and Giles de Berkeley to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Amabil Arthur against Gilbert de Clare, earl of 
Gloucester and Hertford, and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 3d. (74). Mannington, Woltertou, Saxthorpe, and Corpusty (Norf.) ; appoint- 
ment of Roger Loveday and Robert de Ludham to take the assise 
of novel disseisin arraigned by Walter FitzWalter against Walter 
Tyrel, touching a tenement in. 

m. 7d. (91). Mansergh (Westmorel.) ; appointment of Master Thomas de Sodington 

and Hugh de Kendal to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned 
by Roger FitzGamael and Matilda his wife, Michael FitzEmma 
and Goditha his wife, Christiana de Blabet, and John de Brochol- 
bain against Walter Boues, touching land in. 



I>EPUTT KEEPEB OP THE PUBLIC KECOBDS. 115 

No. 1.— Calendar of Patent Rolls : 8 Edward I. — continued^ 

nu 6d. CB^y* Mansergh (Weatmorel.) ; appointment of Geoffrey Afirnillon and 

Alan de Walkingham to take a similar assifie arraigned by the said 
Roger, Matilda, Michael, and Qoditha, Christiana de Blabek', and 
John de Brokholbank' against the said Walter, tonching land in. 

m. 14d. C^^- Manton (Rati.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapelton and Elias de 

Bekingham to take the assise of mort daneestor arraigned by 
Henry atte Well' against Heniy de Stoke, parson of Manton, 
toudung a mesnage and land in. 

m. lOd. C^^)* Mapperton (" Mapelerton ") (Dors.); appointment of Solomon de 

Rochester and William de Brayboef to take the assise of noTel 
disseisin arraigned by John Grouse and Christiana his wife against 
William le Bret, touching common of pasture in. 

m. 16 (!)• Marchingelee, Hugh de, and Geoffrey de Gatesfeld ; demise to &rm 

to, for the seven years for which a certain custom was granted to 
the men of Neweastle-on-Tyne in aid of the enclosure of that Till, 
of the said custom, out of which one moiety is to be delivered by 
them to the sheriff of Northumberland for the repair of the castle 
of the said vill, and the other to be applied, by the view and testi- 
mony of the mayor and bailiffs thereof, to the works of the wall; 
the said custom to be levied on the burgesses and merchants 
trading in the said vill. Westmim>ter, 29th May. 
' [Crossed out. In margin of entry are the words:—'* Vacat quia 
restituta fuit Httera et cancellata."] 

m. 16 (2). Marchingle, Hugh de, Nicholas le Escot, and Thomas son of Henry 

de Cariisle, collectors and keepers of the murage granted by Heniy 
III. for five years to the men of Newcastle-on-Tjrne ; acquittance 
to, of the arrears of the said murage which it appears bv the audit 
of their account of receipts and expenses by Thomas de Normanvill', 
appointed to audit and receive the said accounts, amount to 7Ss. 9d.y 
on payment of a fine to the King of ten marks ; and of all their 
receipts of the said murage. Westminster, 29th May. 

m. 27d. C9)i Marcle, Much ('< Magna Markeleye") (Heref.) ; appointment of 

Robert Fulconis and Giles de Berkeley to take the assise arraigned 
by Reginald Fauncefot and Joan his wife against Walter de Balen 
and o&ers, touching a fosse destroyed in. 

m. 2dd. (47). Marcle, Much (Heref.) ; appointment of same to take the assise of 

novel disseisin arraigned by Stephen Auenel against Cecilia 
daughter of Walter de Balun, touching a tenement in. 

m. 26d. (51). Marcle, Much (Heref.) ; appointment of same to take the assise of 

mort daneestor arraigned by the said Stephen and Alice his wife 
against the said Cecilia and Lucy de Wurmeleye, touching land and 
rent in. 

m. 3 (22). Mare, Peter de la, constable of Bristol Castle, and of the King's 

exchange there ; mandate to, to pay, out of the King's moneys 
therein, to Gregory de Rokesle and Orlandino de Podio, the keepers 
of the King's exchange in London, 2,500/. to be paid to certain mer- 
chants, as the King has enjoined. Westminster, 10th November. 

m. 3 (28). (Concurrent and similar letter to the major of Lincoln and Radulph 

de Raby, keepers of the exchange of Lincoln, to pay to the afore- 
said Gregory de Rokesle and Orlandino de Podio, 1,000/. as 
above. 

m. 11 (25). Marescbal, Henry le, citizen and merchant of Dublin ; simple pro- 
tection to. Scleburn', 6th July. 

m. 11 (26). The same ; safe-conduct to. Same date. 

ID. 8 (25). Marescbal, John le, son of Elias le Marescai ; grant to, at the in* 
stance of his father, for life, of the ballivate of the marshalsea of 
the bishopric of y^inchester, void and in the King's hands, and 
lately held by the said. Elias, of the grant of Henry ni.,1}ut sur- 
rendered to the King. Westminster, 8th November. 

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116 APPENDIX TO THE FORTY-KINTH BEPORT OF THE 

No. 1. — Calendar of Patent Eolls : 8 Edward J. — continued. 

m. ISd. (5). Mareschal, Badalpb le ; grant to for life, of a shop in Bristol, lately 

held by Peter le Barbur, for his life by a grant from the King, and 
now in his hands by the death of the said Peter. Westminster, 
10th June. 

m. 6 (27). Mareys, William de, staying by licence in England ; protection to» 
in Ireland, with clause : Vuiumus, York, 19th Angost. 

m. 4 (S7). Mareys, William de, staying by licence in England ; letters of attor- 
ney to, in favour of Thomas de Glastonbury and Robert le Bo for 
Ireland. Westminster, 27th October. 

m. 19 (9). S. Mario, Master Peter de, ^oing to parts beyond seas; [protection 
to], with clause. Westmmster, 16ui May. 

m. 19 (10). The same, archdeacon of Surrey ; letters of attorney to, In favour of 
Philip, the parson of Coneham and Hugh de S. Mario for England. 
Westminster, 16th May. 

m. 19 (14). The same ; pardon to, of all trespasses alleged to hare been com- 
mitted by, in the King's forests in co. Surrey and Southampton, of 
which he was indicted before Boger de Clifford and hii colleagues^ 
justices last in eyre for pleas of the forest in those counties. 
Westminster, 17th May. 

m. 22 (2). Marisco, Christiana de ; letters of attorney to, in favour of William 
de Hispania and Gilbert de Ipre for Ireland. Marlborough, 26th 
February. 

m. 22 (8). The same ; protection to, with the clause : Volumus. Same date. 

m. 18 (95). Markham, Great (Notts.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton 
and Elias de Bekingham to take the assise arraigned by John 
de Cestrefeld and William son of Banulph Burdun against Geoffrey 
de Langcl', touching a watercourse diverted in. 

m. 20 (9). S. Mark's, Bristol, the master and fraternity of ; simple protection to. 
Bristol, 22nd April. 

m. 12d. (77). Markshall (Essex) ; appointment of John de Lovetot and Boger de 

Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by John 
de Sutton against Alan de Markeshale and others, touching a tene- 
ment in. 

m. 27d (4). Marlow, Great (Bucks) ; appointment of Bobert Fnlconis and 

Bobert Malet to take the assise of mort danccstor arraigned by 
Thomas de Chissebech against Bichard dn Burgh, touching land in. 
Windsor, 26th November. 

Marlston (Berks) ; see Eling. 

m. 7 (29). Marmyon, Philip ; grant to, tbat his heirs shall be bound to pay all 
his debts due to the King at the time of his death, and that they 
shall not be levied on his goods and chattels after his death, nor 
shall his executors be compelled to pay them. Newstead-in-Shcr- 
wood, 8rd August. 

m. 22d. (63). Marsh ("Mershe") (Salop) ; appointment of Badnlph de Hengham 

and Reginald de la Leye to take the jury arraigned by William ab 
Ithel and Cecilia his wife against William de Eyton, touching a 
tenement in. 

m. 28d. (26). Marston Maisey (Wilts) ; appointment of Bobert Folconis and 

William de Brayboef to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
John le Moyne against John son of William de Meisy and Bichaid 
son of Thomas Attesherde, touching conmion of pasture in. 

Martham (Norf.) ; see Somerton, East 

m. 28d. (2). Massingham, Little (Norf) ; appointment of Bog[er Loveday and 
Bobert de Ludham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by Gilbert Doune against Alexander de Elingham, and others, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 7d. (16). Matessalebergh (Norf.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday and Bobert 
de Ludham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
William Bernard against Boger de Cycester', and others, touching 
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DEPUTY KEEPER OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS. 117 

No. 1. — Calendar of Patent Rolls : 8 Edward I. — continued. 

23d. C'^)- MauboeV (Heref.); appointment of Robert Fulconis and Giles de 
Berkeley to take the assise of mort danctfstor arraigned by Walter 
9on of David Lar against Henry son of Philip le Whyte, touching 
land in. 

m. 24 (8). Maulere, Radulph ; grant to, for life, of custody of the forest of Rut- 
land. Winchester, 7th January. 

m. 8 (10)- Mautrarers, John, going by licence to Ireland ; protection to, with 

clauf e : Volumus. Langley, 20th July. 

m. 15d. (26). Maweston (Southt.) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and William 

de Brayboefto take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Jul [i^na] daughter of Nicholas Barun against Richard Barun and 
others, touching a tenement in. 

ID* 6 (15). Maydenhaithe, Thomas de; grant to, of the custody of lands and 

tenements late of Thomas de Lanereleye, deceased, and of the 
ballivate of the forestry of Whicchewod Forest, in the King's 
hamls by reason of the minority of the heir of the said Thomas, 
who is in the custody of the King. Pontefract, 13th August. 

m. 2d. (48). Mayfield (Suss.) ; appointment of John de Cobham and Roger de 

Leicester to take the assise of mort daocestor arraigned by Nicholaa 
daughter of Walter de Bynelham against Robert de Fasseleye^ 
touching a mesuage and land in. 

m. 4d. (29). Mayland (Essex) ; appointment of John de Lovetot and Roger de 

Leicester to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by 
Jul[iana] daughter of John Filmleyn and Olivo her sister against 
Roger Boynhard, touching possessions in. 

m. 27d. (85). Mayneston (Ileref.) ; appointment of Walter de Hopton and Robert 

Fulconis to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by John 
le Clerc against John, vicar of the church of Frome and others, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 12d. (55). Meburn Matiir (Westmorel.) ; appointment of Geofifrey Aguillon 

and Alan de Walkingham to take the attaint arraigned by John le 
Fraunceis against Peter de Reysebeck and others, touching a 
mesuage and laud in. 

m. 25d. (69). Medboume (Leic.) ; appointment of Radulph de Hengham and Roger 

le Waleys to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
John de Burneby against John Fitz William and others, touching 
common of pasture in. 

IB. 16d. (68). Megham (Suss.) ; appointment of John de Cobham and Roger 

de Leicester to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by 
Michael de Loxebech against Robert Lynet and others, touching 
land and marsh in. 

Melding (Sufif.) ; $ee Milden. 

m. t7d. (76). Melksham (Wilts) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and William de 

Brayboef to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Richard 
de lioscruk' against Roger le Gras and others, touching a tenement 
in. 

m. 2d. (17). Melksham (Wilts); appointment of Robert Fulconis and William 

de Brayboef to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by 
Richard do Wyke against Roger le Gras and others, touching a 
mesuage and land in. 

Melling (Kent) ; see Mailing. 

m, 7d. (89). Melmerby (Cumbr.) ; appointment of Geoffrey Aguillon and Alan 

de Walkingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Sirretha de Kirkeoswold against Jul[iana] daughter of AdUim (or 
Ada) de Ullesby and Rob^t le Mazun, touching a tenement in. 

m« 7d. (94). Melmerby (Cumbr.) ; appointment of same to take the assise 

of mort dancestor arraigned by Sieretha de Melmorby and Elena 
de Skirewich against Wedter de Wygeton, touching a mesuage and 
land in. 



118 APPENDIX TO THE FORTT-NINTH REPORT OF THE 

2^0. I.— Calendar of Patent Rolls : 8 Edward I. — continued. 



m. 25d. (50). Melton, Great (Norf.) ; appointment of Roger Loyeday and Robert 

de Ludham to take the asBine of mort dancestor arraigned bj 
Geoffrey son of Matilda le Cnute against John le Dene, and others, 
touching land in. 

Melwod (Norf.) ; see Somerton, East. 

m. 18 (11). Mendham (Suff.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday and Robert de 
Ludham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Roger 
Alwy against John de Mendhnm and others, touching a tenement 
in. 

m. 4d. (68). Mendham (Suff.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday and Robert de 
Ludham to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by Maigery 
Payok against Robert Copping' and Agnes his wife, touching land 
in. 

m. 18d. (5). Meopham ('^Mepeham") (Kent) ; appointment of John de Cobham 

and Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Henry de Norwod against Thomas de Westlond and 
Walter dc Isebergh, touching a tenement in. 

m. 27 (21). Mercer, Robert le, burgess and merchant of Southampton, who is 
going to divers places in the kingdom, and to Gascony, Ireland, 
and elsewhere, and who sends his merchants to do his business ; 
protection to, and to his men and servants, and to his things 
merchandise, and business. Winchester, 1st January. 

m. 16d. (18). Merdesfen' (Northumbr.) ; appointment of Geofi^y Aguillon and 

Alan dc Walkingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by John Wodeman against William de Valence, touching a tenement 
in. 

m. 9d. (36). Mere, Forton, and Sutton (Staff.) ; appointment of Radulph de 

Hengham and Repnald de Legh to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by William de W^eston, chaplain, against Roger de 
Somery and others, touching common of pasture in. 

Mernigthorp' (Norf.) ; see Boylunde. 

m. 18d. (65). Mersham and Braboume ("Braburk"') (Kent); appointment of 

John de Cobham and Roger de Leicester to take the assise of novel 
disseisin arraigned by John Reynaud against Alice late wife of 
Reginald le Pestour and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 22d« (39). Messing (** Mesling **) (Essex); appointment of John de Lovetot 

Roger de Leicester to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned 
by George son of Gilbert de Tudeham against William le Conestable, 
touching possessions in. 

m. 27d. (21). Messiugham (Line.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday and Master 

Thomas de Sodington to take the assise of darrein presentment 
arraigned by Peter son of Henry de Messingham against the prior 
of Thomholm, touching the church of. 

m. 15d. (39). Messingham (Line.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and 

Eliaa de Bekingham to take the attaint arraigned by Richard de 
Creuker against Philip de Creuker, touching a tenement in. 

m. 5 (27). Micklemarsh ; presentation, directed to the keeper of the spiritualities 
of the bishopric of Winchester during the voidance of the see, of 
Simon de Neele to the church of, void and in the gift of the King. 

Middelton (Bucks) ; see Milton. 

Middeltou (Devon) ; see Milton. 

Middle (Salop) ; see Newton. 

m. 22d. (42). Middleton and Crick (" Crek' ") (Northt.) ; appointment of Nicholas 

de Stapleton and Elias de Bekingham to take the assise •f mort 
dancestor arraigned by William son of William le Vineter against 
Adam son of Adam le Vineter and William de la Leye, touching 
possessions in. 



DEPUTY KEEFEB OF THE PUBLIC BEGOBDS. 11& 

No. l.-— Calendar of Patent Rolls : 8 Edward I. — continued. 

m. 24d. (12). Middleton-near-Rockiugham (Northt.) ; appointment of Nicholas de 
I Stapleton and Elias de Bekingham to t^e ihe assise of novel disseisin 

I arraigned by Peter de Middelton against the abbat of Peterborough 

I and others, tonchiug a tenement in. 

m. 21d. (9). Middleton (Salop) ; appointment of Radulph de Hengham and 

Reginald de la JiCgh to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by Henry de Drayton and Jul[iana] his wife against Bobert le 
Breton and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 15d. (53). Middleton (Westmorel.) ; appointment of Geofi&ey Agnillon and 

Alan de Walkingham to take the assise of novel disseism arraigned 
by Adam del Eskes against Badnlph de Berbum and Walter le 
Mouner, touching a tenement in. 

m. 13d, (31). Midgham ("Migham") (Berks) ; appointment of Qeoflfrey de Pyche- 

ford and S. Folyot to take the assise of novel disseisin ar- 
raigned by Peter Bluet against Roland de Erleye and William 
his son, touching a tenement in. 

m. ISd. (50). Midgham (** Migham ") (Berks) ; appointment of Geoffrey de Pyehe- 

ford and Walter de Agmodesham to take the assise of novel dis- 
seisin arraigned by Peter Bluet against Roland de Emlee and 
William his son, touching a tenement in. 

in. 20 (22). Mignot, Roger; simple protection to. Bristol, 22nd April. 

m. 23 (30). Mildeby, John de ; pardon to, for having killed Geoffrey Suckling, as 

it appears by the testimony of John des Yaux and his colleagues, 
the justices itinerant in co. York, that he caused the death of the 
said John by misadventure Upauene, 23rd February. 

m. 24d. (10). Milden (" Melding "), Great Waldingfield, and Edwardstone (Suff.) ; 

appointment of Roger Loveday and Robert de Ludham to take the 
assise of uovtl disseisin arraigned by Joan daughter of John de 
Hodbouill against John de llodbouill, touching a tenement in. 

m. 12d. (12). Mildenhall (Suff^.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday and Robert 

de Ludham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
William son of Walter Page and Henry his brother against John 
de Northwold and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 19d. (36). Milton ("Middelton") (Bucks) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis 

and Robert Malet to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by 
John le Walleye, of Newport, against Hugh ov la Barbe, touching 
land in. 

m. 19d. (59). Milton (*' Middelton ") Keynes (Bucks); appointment of Robert 

Fulconis and Robert Malet to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Hugh son of William Basely against Hugh ov la 
Barbe, touching a tenement in. 

m. 18d. (21). Milton Keynes (Bucks) ; appointment of same to take a similar 

assise arraigned by William de Jarpinvill and Joan his wife against 
John de Milton Keinys and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 18d. (77). Milton Keynes (Bucks) ; appointment of same to take the assise of 

mort dancestor arraigned by John de Jarkenvill and Joan his 
wife, Peter de Flette and Alice his wife, Adam de Fortho and 
Helewise his wife, Hugh de Bray and Sibil his wife, against John 
de Keines, touching possessions in. 

m. 17d, (SO). Milton (** Middelton ") (Devon) ; appointment of Waher de Wimborne 

and Thomas de S. Vigor to take the assise of novel disseisin ar- 
raigned by Jordan de la Roche and Isabel his wife against William 
Bachel, touching a tenement in. 

m. 23d. (15), Milton-near-Peterborough (Northt.) ; appointment of Nicholas de 

Stapleton and Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of mort 
dancestor arraigned by William son of Richard de Milton against 
Richard son of Richard de Milton and Agatha late wife of Richard 
de Milton, touching possessions in. 



120 AP^E^DIX to THK FORTr-NINTH BEFOBT OF THE 

Xo. 1. — Calendar of Patent Rolls : 8 Edward I. — continued. 

HL fd. (7). Milton-near-Fifield (" Middelton juxta Fifyde ") (Oxf.) ; appoint- 
ment of Bobert FalconiB and GeofTrej de Leukenore to take the 
assise of mort dancestor arraigned by Isolda daughter of Alice de 
Fifjde against Richard de Molton, touching a mesaage and land 
in. 

m. 18d. (52). Milwich C'Mulewyz") (Stafif.) ; appointment of Badulph de 

Hengbam and Reginald de Legh to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Simon son of Simon del Celer against the prior of 
Stone ('* Stanes *') and John de Tany, touching a tenement in. 

Minster (Kent) ; see Stsnorc. 

m. 18 (93). Mlutem (Dors.) ; appointment of Walter de Wimbome and Thomas 
de S. Vigor to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
the abbat of Cerne against Clarice late wife of John de la Lindc 
and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 2d. (62). Missenden, Great (Bucks) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and 

Walter de Amundesham to take the assise of mort dancestor 
arraigned by William DereviJl against William abbat of Great 
Missenden, touching possessions in. 

m. 9d. (31). Missenden (" Massenden "), Little (Bucks); appointment of Robert 
Fulconis and Geot^ey de Leukenore to take the arsiso of ! novel 
disseisin arraigned by Robert Mauncel against Hugh del Brok*, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 25d. (61). Mitcham (Surr.) ; appointment of John de Cobham and Eiias de 

Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Walter Adelard against William Adelard, touching a tenement in. 

m. Id. (12). Mitcham (Surr.) ; appointment of John de Cobham and Ro^er de 

Leicester to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by Richard 
Suel against Robert Ic Breton, touching a mesuage and land in. 

m. 6d. (87). Mitton (*'Moiton'0 (Lane.) ; appointment of Geoffrey Aguillon and 
Alan de Walkingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by Hugh son of John del Hacking* against Hugh sod of Hugh de 
Clyderhowe and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 28d. (37). Mitton, Over, and Eghey (Wore.) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis 

and Giles de Berkeley to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by John de Herwynton and Margaret his wife against Walter de 
Cositon, touching a tenement in. 

m. 24 (24). Mohun, William de; letters of attorney to, in favour of Robert 
Smale, for Ireland. Lindhurst, 20th January. 

m. 23 (31). Mohun, William de, going by licence to S. James [of Compostella] ; 

protection to, with the clause : Volumus. Marlborough, 26th 
February. 

Moiton (Lane.) ; see Mitton. 

m. 12 (9). Molwyn, William, of Dodington; simple protection to. 

m. 17 (6). Montagu, the prior of, going by licence to parts beyond seas ; pro- 
tection to, with clause : Volumus. Westminster, 26th May. 

m. 17 (8). Montagu, Guy, the prior of, going by licence to parts beyond seas ; 
letters of attorney to, in favour of William de Burewardeslegh his 
fellow-mook and Humphrey de Cael for England. Westminster, 
27th May. 

m. 19 (86). Montalt, Millicent de; letters of attorney to, in favour of [no 
attorneys mentioned] for Ireland. Westminster, 25th May. 

m. 19 (37). The same ; simple protection to. As above. 

m. 12 (7). Mont-Chesney, William de ; letters of attorney to, in favour of 
Thomas de la Comere for Ireland. Westminster, 10th June. 

m. 7 (14). Mont-Chesney, William de, of Edwardeston ; acknowled^ent of a 
debt to, of 295 marks and a promise to repay the same m the next 
parliament, i.e., in the quinzaine of next Michaelmas. X/eicester, 
a7th Jnlv. 



DEPUTY KEEPER OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS. 121 

No, 1. — Calendar of Patent Rolls : 8 Edward I. — continued, 

m. 1 (8). MoDt-ChesDey, William de ; restitatiou to, of the view of frank- 

pledge and sheriffs' turn in all his lands and fees, which were 
recovered against him by the King by a judgment of the King^s 
court before the justices last in eyre in co. Kent, by reason of 
the abuse of certain liberties granted to Radulphde Mont-Chesney, 
his cousin, whose heir he is, by Henry [II.] or [I.], in rirtae of 
the grant of which liberties he had always had the said view and 
turn. Westminster, 15th November. 

m. 4 (14). Mont-Ferrand, Imbert de, goinf by licence to parts beyond seas ; 

protection to, with clause : Fo/»tnais. Langley, 18th October. 

m. 4 CI 5). The same ; letters of attorney to, in favour of William de Sheyles 

and Qilbert de Grafham. Langley, 18th October. 

m, 12 (23). Moutibus, Bernard de, citisen and merchant, of Cork; licence to, to 

go with his things and merchandise throughout the kingdom and 
to trade ; and exemption to, from distraint for any debt of which he 
IS not chief debtor or surety. Westminster, 10th June. 

m. 11 (16). Moutibus, Bernard de, citizen and merchant, of Cork; simple pro* 

tection to. 

m. 11 (20). The same; simple protection and safe-conduct to. Odiham, 29th 

June. 

m. 6d. (55). Moor (-* La More ") (Salop) ; appointment of Radulph de Hengham 

and Reginald de Lcgh to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by Richard son of Reginald Rud against Fromund son of Reginald 
de Erditon and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 23d* (86). Morcott (Rutl.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias de 

Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Clement son of John de Morcote against Thomas Baiun and 
others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 17d. (23). Morden, Guilden (Cambr.) ; appointment of John de Lovetot and 

William de Brampton to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Nicholas de Wendeye and Alice his wife against John 
Bastard and Hamo Pychard, touching a tenement. 

m. 13d. (25). More, la (Oxf.) ; appointment of Geoffrey de Pycheford and 

8. Foliot to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by John 
son of Stephen de la More against Eustace Clement and Richard 
in la Hume, touching possessions in. 

m. 13d. (84). More, hi (Oxf.) ; appointment of Geoffrey de Pycheford and 

Walter de Agmodesham to take the assise of mort dancestor 
arraigned by John son of Stephen de la More against Eustace 
Clement and Richard in la Hume, touching possessions in. 

m. 20d. (9). More, La, near-Babbelak' (Oxf.) ; appointment of Robert Fulconisand 

Robert Malet to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by the 
prior of Deerhurst against Elena Waltereswyf and others, touching 
a tenement in. 

m. 3d. (53). More-near-Eardington, Ha} -near-Eardingtou, Newton, and Oldbury 

(Salop) ; appointment of Radulph de Hengham and Reginald de 
Legh to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by Master 
Richard Roed against Fromund Roed and others, touching posses- 
sions m. 

m. 10 (5). Morel, Richard, usher of the chamber of Alianor, the Queen-Mother, 
exemption to, during life, at her instance, from serving on assises, 
juries, or recognitions against his will. Selehurn*, 8th July. 

m. 3d. (72). Morcton, South (Berks) ; appointment of Robert Fulconisand Robert 

Malet to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by William 
son of John de Nevill against Stephen Ic Totte and Joan his wife, 
touching rent in. 

m. 8d. (37). Morley (Derb.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Radulph 

de Amhal' to take the assise arraigne<l by Master Richard de 
Moreley, clerk, against Richard son of Hugh de Moreleye and others, 
touching a fosse destroyed in. 



122 APPENDIX TO THE FOBTY-NINTH BBPOBT OP THE 

No. 1. — Calendar of Patent Rolls : 8 Edwaixl I. — continued, 

m. 5d. (91). Morley (Norf.); appointment of John de Cobham and Bobert de 

Ludham to take the assise of norel disseisin arraigned by Alan son 
of Ive de Morlee a^inst Bobert de Bacounesthorp and others, 
touching a tenement m. 

m. 19 C^^)' Morone, Albert, Guy his brother, and Donatus de Cremonia ; pardon 

to, for having killed Leonard de Casal Motant, the King's moneyer. 
Westminster, 1 7th May. 

m. 17 (10.) Mortimer, Agatha de, going by licence to the parts of Ireland ; letters 

of attorney to, in favour of Bobert de Assheburn and Aylleward 
Bisshop. Westminster, 27th May. 

m. 15d. (50.) Morton (Westmorel.) ; appointment of Geoffrey Aguillon and Alan 

de Walkingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Thomas de Mussegrave against Thomas de Helton, touching a 
tenement in. 

m. 3d. (67). Morton (Westmorel.) ; appointment of Geoffrey Aguillon and Alan 

de Walkingham to take the assise of mort danoestor arraigned 
by Adam de Morton against Thomas de Mussegrave, touching land 
in. 

m. 22d. (58). Morton (Wore.) ; appointment of Bobert Fulconis and Giles de 

Berkeley to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by William 
Oter, of Morton Folet, against Bichard de BuyhaP, touching a tene- 
ment in. 

m. 22d. (61). Morton, Birts ("le Bret") (Wore.) ; appointment of Bobert Fulconis 

and Giles de Berkeley to take the jury of 24 knights arraigned by 
William son of William de Saumareys against Walter le Bret to 
convict the jury of an assise of novel disseisin taken between them, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 17d. (56). Morton, Birts ("Brettes Morton") (Wore.) ; appointment of Bobert 

Fulconis and Giles de Berkeley to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Badulph de Askerigge and Alice his wife against the 
abbat of Westminster and Walter Ailing', touching a tenement in. 

Morton (Wore.) } see Clodeshar. 

m. 7 (3). Mosse, Master, a Jew, of London, Master Elias son of ; licence to, to 
sell out of his debts to whomsoever he can get as a purchaser up to 
the sum of 500/, Newport Pagnel, 24th July. 

m. 28d. (30). Moulton (" Mouton ") (Norf.) ; appointment of Boger Loveday and 

Bobert de Ludham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by Boger son of Hugh Aldich against Humphrey Aldich and others, 
touching a tenement in. 

ra. 22d. (40). Moulton (" Mouton "), Great (Norf.) ; appointment of Boger Loveday 

and Bobert de Ludham to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Boger de la Makel' against Adam prior of Wymond- 
ham and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 16d. (28). Moulton ("Mouton") (Norf.) ; appointment of Boger Loveday and 

Bobert de Ludham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Bobert de Brundal against Henry son of Beginald Huberd and 
others, touching a tenement in. 

m. lOd. (22). Moulton (" Mouton ") (Norf.) ; appointment of same to take a 

similar assise arraigned by Bobert de Brundale against Henry 
son of Beginald Hubert and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 7d. (6). Moulton (" Mouton ") (Norf.) ; appointment of same to take a 
similar assise arraigned by Bobert de Brundale against the said 
Henry and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. lOd. (30). Moulton ("Meuton"), Great (Norf.); appointment of Boger Loveday 

and Bobert de Ludham to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Bartholomew de Bedham against William Bardolf and 
others, touching a tenement in. 



DBFUTr KEEPEB OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS. 128 

No. 1.— Calendar of Patent Rolls : 8 Edward l,—co?itimted, 

xn. 28d. (67). Mudgley (" Mndesley ") (Somers) ; appointment of Walter de Wim- 

bome and Thomas de 8. Vigor to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Master Edward de Knole, dean of the church .of Wells, 
against the abbat of Glastonbury and others, touching a tenement 
in. 

m. 16d. (47). Munden Furnival (Herts); appointment of John de Cobham and 

Ellas de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by John de Cateloyne against Richard de la Wodecroft and Henry 
de la Wodecroft, touching a tenement in. 

m. 15d. (54). Munden Furnival (Herts) ; appointment of John de Lovetot and 

Roger de Leicester to take a similar assise between same, touching 
a tenement in. 

m. 7 (11). Mymmes, Thomas de; grant to, for long and laudable service in Ire- 
land, of Bd. a day for life. Leicester, 27th July. 

m. 17 (13). Mynot, Roger ; ratification and acceptance of the demise and grant 

lately made to, by John des Yauz and his colleagues, justices 
itinerant in co. York, of the custody of the land and heirs of 
Thomas de Stodhagh' (which Rowald deRychemund, of whom the 
aforesaid Thomas held his land by knight service, sold to John 
Armestrange, beheaded for felony and which pertains to the King, 
by reason of the said felony) during the minority of the heirs afore- 
said for 22s. yearly. Westminster, 27th May. 

m. 19d. (I). Naseby ("Nauisby") (Northt.); appointment of Nicholas de Staple- 
ton and Elias de Bekiugham to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by William son of John de Nauisby against Robert son 
of Adam le Marchaunt and others, touching a tenement in 
Bristol, 24th April. 

m. 1 (17). Neath, the abbat of; simple protection to. Westminster, 18th 

November. 

in. 12d. (36). Neithrop-near-Banbury (Oxf.) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and 

Robert Malet to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by 
GeoflPrey sou of Thomas Dreng against Richard son of Simon de 
Sannford, touching land in. 

m. 20d. (21). Netherehyneton-in-Straddle(Heref.) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis 

and Giles de Berkeley to take the assise of mort dancestor 
arraigned by William Yagon against Philip Coly, touching land in. 

m. 14d, (60). Nether Orton (Oxf.) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and Robert 

Malet to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Robert 
Attehalle against Osbert Giffard and others, touching a tenement 
in. 

m. 20d. (33). Netherton (Wore.) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and Giles de 

Berkeley to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Richard 
Prodman a^inst the prior of Maiden Bradley and others, touching 
a tenement in. 

m. 15d. (42) Netherton ("le Nethereton ") (Wore); appointment of Robert 

Fulconis and Giles de Berkeley to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Andrew Derre against John de Theshal' and others, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 25 (5). Netley (" Letteleye*0» the abbat and convent of; grant to, at the 
instance of R[obert] bishop of Bath and Wells, the chancellor, 
that the cask of wine granteid to, by charter of Henry III., yearly) 
within the Nativity and the Puridfication, shall be received by them 
at the hands of the buyer ("captoris") of the King^s wines at 
Southampton (Matthew de Columbers) without a special letter or 
petitioning for a mandate from the King ; and mandate in pursuance 
to the said Matthew. Winchester, 4th January. 

m. 28d. (50). Nevil*, Robert de, and Alan de Walkringham ; appointment of, to take 

all assizes, juries, and attaints arraigned before Roger Loveday and 
John de Metingham in cos. Northumberland, Cumberland, West- 
moreland, and Lancaster. 



124 APPENDIX TO THE FOBTY-NINTH BEPOBT OF THE 

No. 1. — Calendar of Patent Rolls : 8 Edward I. — continued. 

m. 28d. (23). Nevill, Robert de, and Alan de Walkingham ; appointment of, to take 

all assises, juries, and recognitions arraigned before Roger Loveday 
and John de Metingham in cos. Xorthumberland, Camberland, 
Lancaster, and Westmoreland. 

m. 6d. (17). Newbiggin (^*Neubigging") (Cumbr.) ; appointment of Geoffrej 

AguiUon and Alan de Walkingham to take the assise of mort 
dancestor arraigned bj Robert del Bank*, Alice his wife, and 
William son of John le Clerc against Robert le Timpaurun and 
others, touching two mesaages and land in. 

m. 27d. (31). Ncwbarjr (Berks); appointment of Robert Fulconis and Robert 

Malet to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Thomas de 
Micheldeuere and Margery his wife against John Pirlite, touching 
a tenement in. 

m. 21 d. (41). Newbury (Berks) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and Giles de 

Berkeley to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by William 
James against John le Cur, touching land in. 

m. 16 (13). Newcastle-on-Tyne ; grant of murage to the men of, for seven years. 

Westminster, 2$th May. 

m. 14 (6). Newcastle-on-Tyne ; remission and pardon to, in consideration of a 
fioe of 50 marks, which the King desires to be delivered to the 
constable of the castle of the said vill for the repairs of the said 
castle, of their account, which they are bound to render at the 
King's will, of their receipts of the murage granted to them by 
Henry III. in his 49th year for seven years, and of their expenses 
in enclosing the said vill. Westminster, &th June. 

m. 5 (20). Newcastle-on-Tync, the friars preachers of; licencd to, to make a 
gate through the new wall surrounding the said vill which will have 
to be made, as is alleged, through the garden of the said friars, for 
ingress into the said garden, and to hold the same in mortmain. 
Durham, 18th September. 

m. 5 (21). The same ; grant to, of the moiety of that street which adjoins their 
own place on the west for the enlargement of the same, in mortmain. 
Durham, 18th September. 

m. 27d. (14). Newcastle-on-Tyne (Norlhumbr.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday 

and John do Metingham to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by William Calf and Alice his wife against John le 
Teinturer and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 18 (46). Newcastle-on-Tyne (Northumbr.) ; ap]>oiDtment of Geoflfrey AguiUon 

and Alan de Walkingham to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Simon le Caudruner and Elena his wife against 
Alexander le Carpenter and Elena his wife, touching a tenement in. 

m. lid. (28). Newcastle-on-Tyne (Northumbr.) ; appointment of Geoffrey Agnillon 

and Alan de Walkingham to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Richard FitzRoger against Peter Wodeman, touching 
a tenement in. 

m. lid. (42). Newcastle-on-Tyne (Northumbr.); appointment of same to take a 

similar assise arraigned by Isolda Russel against Roger Russel 
and Mariota de Dusciuton, touching a tenement in. 

m. lid. (46). Newcastle-on-Tyne (Northumbr.) ; appointment of same to take the 

assise of mort dancestor arraigned by Hugh Ferthing against John 
de Pippewell and others, touching a mesuage in. 

m. 8d. (43). Newcastle-on-Tyne (Northumbr.) ; appointment of same to take the 

assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Peter Wodeman against 
Thomas de Karl' and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 6d. (52). Newcastle-on-Tyne (Northumbr.) ; appointment of same to take the 

assise of mort dancestor arraigned by Thomas de Neuton against 
Isolda late wife of Henr}' de Burintoo, touching a mesuage and two 
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m. 6d. (60). Newcastle-on-Tyne (Northumbr.) ; appointment of same to take the 

afisise of novel disseisin arraigned by John de Fomival and 
Christiana his wnfe against Peter de Ncuton and others, touching a 
tenement in. 

m. 6d. (70). Newcastleon-Tyne (Northumbr.) ; appointment of same to take a 

similar assise arraigned by Robert Sautemareis against Thomas de 
Neuton and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 6d. (74). Kewcastle-on-Tyne (Northumbr.) ; appointment of same to take 9 

similar assise' arraigned by Peter Wodeman against Thomas de 
Carlisle and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 3d (80\ Newca8tle>on-Tyne (Northumbr.) ; appointment of Geoffrey Aguillou 

and Alan de WiJkingham to take the assise of nov^ disseisin 
arraigned by Henry Page against Hugh de Carlisle and others, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 15d. (25). Newcastlo-on-Tyne ; commission of gaol delivery for, to John de 

Haulton, William de Middelton, John de Woderingtom, and 
Michael de Killum. 

m. 6d. (69). Newcastle-on-Tyne ; commission of gaol delivery for, to William de 

Middelton, John de Haulton, Hubert Bertram^ and John de 
Woderington. 

m. 2d. (74). Newcastle-on-Tyne'*' (Staff. ** ?) ; appointment of Radnlph de Hen^- 

bam and Reginald de Legh to take the assise of novel disseism 
arraigned by Lenota Shepisheye against Richard Slebrid, touching 
a tenement in. 

m. 24d. (20). Newdigate (Surr.) ; appointment of John de Cobham and Elias de 

Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
William le Suour against William de la Here and Gilbert de la 
Wytecrofte, touching a tenement in. 

m. 12d. (7). Newdigate (" Nyudegate ") (Surr.) ; appointment of John de Cob- 
ham and Elias de Bekiz^e^ham to take the certification arraigned by 
William le Suur against William atte Bere, touching a tenement in. 

m. 20d. (28). Newent, Stinchcombe, and Throppe-near-Winchcombe (Glouc.) * 

appointment of Robert Fulconis and Giles de Berkeley to take the 
assise of mort dancestor arraigned by Robert de Scalling* against 
Elias de Haydon and others, touching land in. 

m. 25d. (11). Newgate ; commission of gaol delivery for, to Hamo Hauteyn and 

Greg<try de Rockesl'. 

m. 25d. (12). Newgate ; commission of gaol delivery for, to Roger le Estraunge 

and Gregory de Rockesl'. 

m. 24d. (5). Newgate ; commission of gaol delivery for, to John de Cobham and 

Hamo Hautein. 

m. 18d. (92). Newgate ; commission of gaol delivery for, to Hamo Hauteyn and 

John Horn. 

m. 7d. (53). Newgate ; commission of gaol delivery for, to Hamo Hautein and 
John Horn. 

m. 4d. (12). Newgate ; commission of gaol delivery for, to Roger de Northwod 

and Hamo Hauteyn. 

m. iSd. (16). Newington (Kent) ; appointment of John de Cobham and Roger de 

Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Bfululph 
Smart against Robert le Clerk', touching a tenement in. 

m. 4d. (25). Newin^on ('*Neweton") and Halstow (*'Halghestou") (Kent); 
appointment of John de Cobham and Roger de Leicester to take 
the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Alan son of Alan de 
Maidenestan against Radulph Finceloc and others, tonehing a 
tenement in. 

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m. 2d* (71). Newington (Kent) ; appointment of John de Cobham and Roffer do 

Leicester to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by «fordan 
Belegaomb'y Bartholomew de Welwych and Is. his wife afainst 
Robert le Baker, of Newington, and Radulph Smart, toachmg a 
toft and land in. 

m. 2d. C77). Newington (Kent) ; appointment of same to take the assise of novel 

disseisin arraigned by Roger de Newenton against Joan ]ate wife 
of John atte Helle and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 18 (48). Newport (Bucks) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and Robert 
Malet to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Elias de 
Neuport and Agnes his wife against Thomas le Porter and others, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 19 (27). Newport-Pagnell, the prior of ; simple protection to. Westminster, 
21st May. 

m. 24d. (45). Newport Pagnell (Bucks) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and 

Robert Malet to take the jury arraigned by Alexander Fortet and 
William Bisshop against Stephen Fortet and Matilda Fortet, 
touching a tenement m. 

m. 17d. (82). Newport Pagnell (Bucks) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and 

Robert Malet to take the assise of norel disseisin arraigned by the 
prior of Tickford against Roger de Somery and others, touching 
conunon of pasture in. 

m. 9d. (18). Newport Pagnell (Bucks) ; appointment of liobert Fulconis and 

Geofii-ey de Leukenore to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by the master of the Hospital of S. John, of Newport 
Pagnell, against Roger de Somery and Martin le Clerkj touching 
common oi pasture in. 

m. 9d. (70). Newport Pagnell (Bucks) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and 

Robert Malet to take the assise arraigned by Martin le Clerk, of 
Newport Pagnell, against Humphrey le Pestur, touching a fosse 
levied in. 

m.'8d. (76). Newport and Birchanger (Essex) ; appointment of John de Lovetot 
and Roger de Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by Henry Pelryn against Biichael de Wenden and others, touching 
a tenement in. 

Newport (Essex) ; see Wendon. 

m. 7d. (76). Newport-near-Lenhales (Heref.) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis 
and Giles de Berkeley to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Adam le Fevre against William de Eve reus and 
others, touching a tenement in. Skelton, 3rd September. 

m. lid. (27). Newsham (" Newesom**) (Lane.) ; appointment of Geoffrey Af^uillon 

and Alan de Walkingham to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Adam de Rediford against Richard FitzBibby, 
touching common of pasture in. 

m. 17 (20). Newstead ; cong^ d'elire to the canons of the church of S. Mary and 
S. Thomas the Martyr at, vice Geoffrey de London, the prior of, 
ceded. Westminster, 29th May. 

m. 7 (4). Newstead (" de Novo loco ")f the prior of S. Mary and S. Thomas 
the Martyr of; restitution of temporalities to Walter de Chap- 
mannesford, the prior-elect of, his election having been confirmed 
by J. archbishop of Canterbury, and his fealty taken ; and mandate 
of intendence and respondence in pursuance in his fftvour, to the 
tenants of the priory. Newport Pagnell, 24th July. 

in. 7 (5). Concurrent mandate of livery in pursuance to William de Hamelton, 
the keeper of the bishopric of Winchester. 

m. 7 (80). Newstead-in- Sherwood, the prior and convent of ; licence to, to 

enclose vnth a small fosse and a low hedge a meadow granted to 

them by the charters of the King's predecessors in Boskwood in 

' ~ Sherwood Forest and hold it in mortmeiu. Newstead-ia-Sherwood, 

4th August. 



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No. L—Calendar of Patent RolU : 8 Edward I.—eonHnued. 

m. Si. (8), Newton (Cambr.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday and Robert de 

Ludham to take the aseUe of novel i'ssetsm amLned ^ Roben 
mm of RiohMd de Tyd against Adam (or Ada) de Tyd and oSer^ 
touchiog a tenement in. ^ y j «"" wi,uc«j, 

m.7d. (rs). NeTrton Regny ("Nenton Reyny") (Combr.) , appointment of 

Qeof&wy AgmUon and Alan de Walkingham to take the asg!>e S 
mort d«n«»tor arraigned by GUbert de Nenton and Al cl Kfe 
Adam de Leche and Lucy hi, wife. Mariota daughter of AdLm(^' 
Ada) de Neuton Reyni and Agne. her sister and Ive wn of 
Michael de Katerlyn and Emma hig wife against 'nomas Tn of 
Alan de Capella, touching two mesuage. andland in. 

Newton (Line.) ; see Rasen, West. 

Newton-near-West Rasen (Line.) ; see Toft. 

m. Si. (87). Newton (Northt) , appointment of Nichola* de Stapleton and Elias 

de Bekingham to take the assise of norel disseisin am^ed b^ 

^^^Jn tTr'''? agamst Richard son of Richard de STand 
Stephen FitsLecia, touching a tenement in. 

m. aid. (14), Newton (Salop) , appointment of Radulph de Henghamand Reirinald 

de Legh to take the assise of novel disseisin ar1«igned bywSter 
wn o? Robert do Neweton against Thomas son of Robert de 
Nenton, tonchmg a tenement in. nooert ae 

m. aid. (21). Newton (Salop) ; appointment of rame to take a simitar assise 

between same, touching a tenement in. 

m. 19d. (9). Newton and MMe (Salop) j appointment of Radulph de Heneham 

and Reginald deWh to take the assise of mort daJbestor amffi 
^Richard son of Sichard EUewin against Roger Z^f^SK 
Eilewyn, touching a mesuage and land in. »>onara 

Newton (Salop) ; tee More-near-Eardington. 
m. 874. (88). Norton (Staff.) , appointment of Hadnlph de Hengham andReirinald 

deLeye to toke the assise of mort dancestor arraigned bt^ce 
^agh er of Hugh de Neuton against WiUiam le Mess^ and Alim 
le Lnttle, toucfamg a mesnage and land in. 

m. aSd. (84). Noneley (Salop) ; appointment of Radulph de Hengham and Reirinald 

de Legh to take the assise of mort dancestor «5iignedby rC 
son of Robert Pride against Huyh de Lumbale ^ %toS w? 
wife, touchmg a mesuage and land in. ■'^gnes ms 

ni.ld.(25). Norm^by (Line.); appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias 

de Bekmsham to take the assise of novel disseisin aw^ed bv 

twe^tnt Ui * '^'"" ^'"^"^ ^* '^'* *'*^"'' ™Sg a 

n. 24d. (28). Normanvill, Thomas de, and Radnph de Amhale, appointment of 

to hear and determme the appeal of EU«abeth dan|ht«r ™Hen?T 
de Foulholm m the county court of Notts, agaiiSt Andrew i^ 
Grove and Walter his son, John de Grove, anTHenry l^rrtw 
tonchmg the death of William son of Henry de FoVoK^ 
brother. Kingston, 4th Februaiy. -^^uu aev 

m. 15d. (34). Normanvill, Thomas de, Thomas Folejaumbe, and Robert dP 

Arnehale appointment of, as juBtfees, to hear and determb" the 

«L^nf ""l?"^^ '?? ^- ^u^° ^' ¥'^t* ^^°«* «o^«rt ao™of John 
8on of Alan de Bekingham and others, touching the deaA n^ 

Geoffrey de Fulholm, his kinsman. WestminstelJ^rd j„ne 
m. 27d. (20). Northampton ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias d^ 

Bekmgham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Ive 
le Coteler against Agnes late wife of Samuel le Chirpenter of 
Northampton, and others, touching a tenement in. ' 

m. 27iL (48). Northampton ; appointment of same to take a eimUar assise arraimied 

by Henry FitzRobert against John FitzNigel and Robert ]Kn 
touching a tenement in. ««"«" ais son, 



128 APPENDIX TO THE FORTr-HINTH KEPORT OF THE 

No. 1. — Calendar of Patent Rolls: 8 Edward J. — coniinued. 

m. 25d. (7). Northampton ; appointment of same to take a similar assise ar- 
raigned by Lecia lato wife of William le Vineter against Robert 
Kote and Margery his ivife, touching a tenement in. 

m. 25d. (5). Northampton, the suhurb of (Warw. sic) ; appointment of Nicholas 

de Stapleton and Elias de fiekingham to take the assise of novel 
disseisin arraigned by L«cia late wife of William le Vineter against 
Nicholas son of John Sampson and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 2 Id. (13). Northampton ; appointment of Nicholas do Stapleton and Ellas de 

Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Isolda 
late wife of William le Mercer, of Northampton, agiunst John de 
Qaerindon and Isabel his wife and Henry'do Winchecumb, touching 
[a tenement in]. 

m. 21d. (27). Northampton ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias de 

Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
William Carp, of Little Houghton, against the prior of S. Andrew's 
Northampton and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 20d. (26). Northampton ; appointment of same to take a similar assise arraigned 

by William Putel against Avice Dyngel and William Shirewod, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 19d. (49). Northampton (Warw. sic) ; appointment of same to take a similar 

assise arraigned by Thomas Patrik' against Alice daughter of John 
Sampson and others, touching a tenement in the suburb of. 

m. 15d. (30). Northampton ; appointment of Roger Loveday and Robert de Ludham 

to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Simon son of 
Simon Wisman against Bernard prior of S. Andrew Northampton 
and others, touching a tenement in the suburb of. 

m. 9d. (43). Northampton ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias dc 

Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by William 
de Wisebeche against Richard de Northampton, the master of the 
Hospital of S. John Northampton, and Simon de Cotisbrok', 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 5d. (41). Northampton ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias de 
Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Adam 
de la Fermerie against Anora late wife of Simon le Champyun and 
others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 27d. (59). Northampton ; commission of gaol delivery for, to Robert Fits Walter, 

John le Lou, Robert le Baud, and Geoffrey de S. Mark. 

m. 25d. (36). Northampton ; commission of gaol delivery for, to John le Lou, 

Robert FitzWalter, Robert le Baud, and Geoffrey de S. Mark. 

m. 24d. (82). Northampton ; commission of gaol deli%-ery for, to Robert Fitz Walter, 

Robert le Baud, Philip de Quenton, and Geoffrey de S. Mark. 

m. 23d. (22). Northampton ; commission of gaol delivery for, to Robert Fitz Waller, 

John le Lou, Robert le Baud, and Geoffrey de S. Mark. 

m. 19d. (28). Northampton ; commission of gaol delivery for, to R. Fitz Walter, 

John le Lou, Robert le Baud, and G. de S. Mark. 

m. 9d. (74). Northampton ; commission of gaol delivery for, to Robert Fitz Walter, 

John le Low, Robert le Baud, and Geoffrey de S. Mark. 

m. 7d. (82). Northampton j commission of gaol delivery for, to Robert Fitz Walter, 

John le Lou, Robert le Baud, and Geoffrey de S. Mark. 

m. 4d. (30). Northampton ; commission of gaol delivery for, to Robert Fitz Walter, 
John le Lou, Robert le Bind, and Geoffrey de S. Mark. 

m. 2d. (66). Northampton ; commission of gaol delivery for, to Robert Fitz Walter, 

Robert le Lon, Robert le Baud, and Geoffrey de S. Mark. 

m. 27d. (8). Northbourne (Kent) ; appointment of John de Cobham and Elias de 

Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned bjClolard 
de Cayncurt and Meliora his wife against Robert son of Walter de 
Gimeweye and others, touching a tenement in. 



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No. 1. — Calendai- of Patent Rolls: 8 Ed word I. — continued. 

m. S7di (51). Nortbesby (Northt.) ; appointmeot of Nicholas de Stapleton and 

Elias de Bekingbam to take the aitsise arraigned by William Fitz- 
Warin against John son of Robert de Mares, of Northesbj, toaching 
a pond leyied in. 

m. 18d. (98). Nortbfleet (Kent) ; appointment of John de Oobham and Roger de 

Leieester to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by Avelina 
daughter of William Dures against Gregory de RockesP, toaching 
land in. 

m. I5d« (3S). Northfleet (Kent) ; appointment of same to take the assise of novel 

disseisin arraigaed by Andrew le Moaner against Geofirey son 
of John Springet and others, toaching a tenement in. 

ID. Id. (58). Korthwode, Roger de, appointment of, to inquire as to who ought to 

repair the bridge and qu:iys of Rochester, with mandate to the 
sheriff of Kent to distrain the persons found liable by such in« 
quisition to repair the said bridge and quays. Westminster, 11th 
November. 

m. 8d. (15). Korthwold (Norf.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday and Robert de 

Ludham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Andrew 
Gilbert against Margery late wife of Thomas de Mundeford, 
touching two mesuages and land in. 

Di. 25td. (48). Northwood (Salop) ; appointment of Radulph de Hengham and 

Reginald de la Leyc to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by Hugh de Wlonkeslewe against Theobald de Verdun, of North 
Stoke, and others, touching common of pasture in. 

m. 9d. (89). Norton, East (Leic.) ; appointm7nt of Nicholas de Stapleton and 

Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned 
by Radulph de Martinaus against William de Boyvill, touching 
land in. 

m. 12d. (68). Norton (Line.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Eliaa 

de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Stephen de Graueshend against John de Park, touching a tene- 
ment in. 

Norton-near-Galby (Leic.) ; see Stretton. 

m. 2d. (81). Norton (Salop); appointment of Radulph de Hengham and Reginald 

de la Leye to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Alice de Madine against John de Preez and others, touching a 
tenement in. 

Norton (Sufif.) ; see Hunston. 

Qi. 16 (4). Norwich, W[illiam] bishop of; licence to, to buy from John de 
Neketon his manor of Terling, to hold to him and his successors 
in frankalmoign. Westminster, 29th May. 

[Crossed out. In margin of roll are the words : — " Vacat quia 
** aliter inferius."] 

m. 15(6). Norwich, W[ilUam] bishop of; licence to, to buy from John de 
Neketon his manor or Terling, to hold to him and his successors 
in frankalmoign. Westminster, 2cd June. 

m. 23d. (20). Norwich ; commission of gaol delivery for, to Robert de Valoynes, 

Hervey de Stan ho we, Robert du Bois, and Henry de Reueshal. 

m. 2ld. (87). Nor^vich ; commission of gaol delivery for, to R. de Valoignes, 

Hervey de Stanhowe, Robert du Bois, and Henry de Reueshale. 

n. 14d. (40). Norwich; commission of gaol delivery for, to Robert de Valoynes, 

Hervey de Stanhou, Robert du Bois, and Henry de Reueshal*. 

m. 8d. (6). Norwich ; commission of gaol delivery for, to Roger de Toftes, 
Hervey de Stanhowe, Robert du Bois, and Henry du Reueshal. 

Norwich (Norf.) ; see Cruchestok*. 
m. 8 (1). Nostel, the prior and convent of S. Oswald*s of ; grant to, of the two 
annual marcates of rent due to them from the church of Langelegb 
Thenedno, the advowson of which they have granted to the King 
by charter, reserving the said rent to themselves. Westminster, 
27 th October. 

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130 APPENDIX TO THE FORTY-NINTH REPORT OP THE 

19 o. 1. — ^Calendar of Patent Rolls : 8 Edward 1,^^-continued, 

m. 7 (24). Nottingham ; extension for five years of the mnrage granted to the 
men of, for a like period from the Ascension 3 Edward I. New- 
atead in Sherwood, 8rd Aagust. 

m. 28 (9). Nottingham, Master William de; going hy licence to parts beyond 
sea for the sake of study, in favour of Adam de Bengham and 
Richard de Stapelford. Lindhurst, 20th Jannary. 

m. 8d. (8). Nottingham ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias de 
Bekmgham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Robert son of William Daft and Matilda his wife against Henry 
Ponterel, touching a tenement in. 

m. 28 d. (80). Nottingham ; commission of gaol delivery for, to Thcmias Folejamb, 

William de Memhill, John de Lisurs, and William de Staunton. 

m. 2 Id. (22). Nottingham ; commission of gaol delivery for, to Th. Folejaumb, 

and William de Meiny, J. de Lisurs, and William de Staunton. 

m. 20d. (47). Nottingham ; commission of gaol delivery for, to Thomas Folejamb, 

William de Meinhill, John de Lysurs, and William de Staunton. 

m. 8d. (39). Nottingham ; commission of gaol delivery for, to Thoibas Folejambe, 
William de Menull, John de Lysurs, and William de Staunton. 

m. 8d. (28). Nottingham ; commission of gaol delivery for, to Thomas Folejamb, 
William de Meinhill, John de Lisurs, and William de Staunton. 

m. 8 (17.) Notus Notinus Chinus Nosus de Burgo Kosa Fulcon' and their 
partners, citizens and merchants of Florence ; acknowledgment of 
a debt to, of 460 marks sterling of new money of the residue of 
2,700 marks in which the King was bound to Jacopo Spinelli and 
his said partners bv his letters patent, which they have restored 
to him ; and promise to pay the same in a manner specified. 
Langley, 20th July. 

[Crossed out. In margin of roll: — ''Vacat quia postea fuit 
'* restituta et cancellata et pecunia soluta per breve de liberate.'*] 

m. 27 (22). Nute, Alice ; pardon to, on the ground of insanity, of the homicide 
of her son, Richard Enmewode. Winchester, 2nd January. 

m. 18 (65). Nutley (Southt.) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and William de 
Brayboef to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Alan 
de Sutton and Alice his wife against John de Wyndelsfor* and 
Fetronilla his wife, touching a tenement in. 

Nyudegate (Surr.) ; »ee Newdigate. 

m. 9d. (91). Oakham ("Okham") ; commission of gaol delivery for, to Robert 

FitzWalter, John le Lou, Robert le Baud, and GeoSrty de S. 
Mark. 

m. 8d. (16). Oakham ; commission of gaol delivery for, to Simon de Lindon, 

Philip de Paunton, John Sampson, and Radulph de Bello sago 
[Hago]. 

m. 8d. (56). Oakham ; commission of gaol deliveiy for, to Richard de Semliz, 

Radulph de Beaufou, Robert de Skultorp', and John Sampson. 

m. I7d. (45). Oakington (" Hokyton ") (Cambr.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday 

and Robert de Ludham to take the assise of mort dancestor 
arraigned by Thomas Wombe against Mathew de Northampton, 
touching land in. 

QL 16d. (9). Oakin^on (Cambr.) ; appointment of same to take a similar assise 

arraigned by the said Thomas against the said Mathew and Joan 
his wife, touching land in. 

m. 19d. (77). Oakley (<*Acle") (Bucks); appointment of Robert Fulconis and 

Robert Malet to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
William Turvey and Jul[iana] his wife against Nicholas le Bruyn, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 16d (26). Oakley (*' Acle '*)» Great, and Wikes (Essex) ; appointment of John 

de Lovetot and Roger de Leicester to take the assise of mort 
dancestor arraigned by Ro^er FitzRichard against Roger son of 
Roger de Danshewell, touching possessions in. 



DEPUTY KEEPER OF THE PUBLIC BECORDS. 131 

No. 1. — Calendar of Patent Bolls : 8 Edward I. — continued, 

m. 2&d. (48). Oaklej ("Ocle") (Staff.) ; appointment of Badulph de Hengham 

and Reginald de Legh to take the assise of novel disseisin ar- 
raigned by Robert son of Adam de Waleton and Joan his wife 
against Henrj de Ocle, touching a tenement in. 

m. 28d. (51). Oaks ('* Okes ") (Salop); appointment of Radnlph de Hengham 

and Walter de Cockeseye to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Richard son of Geoffrey de Okes against Richard 
Bumel, of Langley, and others, touching a tenement in. 

Ocle (Staff.) ; aee Oakley. 

Ocsted (Snrr.) ; see Oxted. 

m. 22d. (7). OflTchurch (Warw.) ; appointment of Radulph de Hengham and 

Robert de Waleys to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Agnes la Rodknith against the prior of Coventry and others, 
touching a tenement in. 

Offington (Berks) ; see Uffington. 

« 

Offinton (Berks) ; see Uffington. 

m. 3 (7). Offinton, David de ; pardon to, of all trespasses committed by, during 
the Barons' War, and also in time of peace in the receiving of his 
brothers and other evildoers, and admission of, to the Kine*s 
peace ; and remission to, of all the anger conceived against him 
by the King by reason of such trespasses. Westminster, 2nd 
November. 

m. 27 (19). Ogashin (« Oicassyn ")f ^^^ cantred of, and Drothkedoblic, the half 

cantred of ; presentation, direoted to M[atthew] bishop of Killaloe 
(" Laon' "), of Master John le Fleming to the ecclesiastical 
benefices of, void and in the King's gift. Winchester, 26th 
December. 

m. 23 (14). Ogashin ('^Ocassyn") ; presentation, directed to th^ bishop of Kil- 
laloe (" Laon' "), of Master Radnlph de Bruges, to the benefices 
of, void and in the King's gift. Clarendon, 12th February. 

m« 8d. (60). Okeford, Shilling (Dors.) ; appointment of Walter de Wimbome and 

Thomas de S. Vigor to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned 
by Robert de la Lee against William de Turbehull, touching a 
mesuage and land in. 

m. 29d. (48). Okenebothem (Lane.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday and John 

de Metinj^ham to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by 
Roger FitzGilbert against Elecot de Okenebothem, tonchmg two 
mesuages and land in. 

Okested (Surr.) ; see Oxted. 

Okham ; see Oakham. 

m. 8d. (20). Okthorp' (Leic.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias 

de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Roger la Zusche against John le Sage and Nicholas son of Elias 
de Okthorp', touching a tenement in. 

m. 8d. (29). Okthorp' (Leic.) { appointment of Radulph de Hengham and Robert 

le Waleys to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by John 
le Sauvage and Nicholas FitzElias, touching a tenement in. 

m. 18 (6). Oldberrow (" Holebarewe ") (Wore.) ; appointment of Robert Ful- 
conis and Giles de Berkeley to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by John de la Marche and Fiona his wife against 
Alice late wife of William de Stok' and others, touching a tene- 
ment in. 

Oldbnry (Salop) ; see More-near-Eardington. 

m. iSd. (84). Oldham ("Oldum") (Lane.) ; appointment of Qeoffirey Aguillon 

and Alan de Walkingham to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by William son of Adam de Oldum against Adam (or 

m. 18n. (85). Ada) de Oldum, touching a tenement in ; and a similar assise 

arraijped by the said William against Geoffrey de Chaderton, 
touching a tenement in the same vill. 

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No. 1. — Calendar of Patent Rolls : 8 Edward I. — continued. 

m. 9d. (25). Olnej (Backs) ; appointment of Robert Fulconie and Geoffrey d^ 

Lenkenore to take the assise of mort dancestor arnugned by 
Thomas Petit against Jal[iaiia] Petit, tonching a mesoage in. 

m. Id. (37). Olney (Bucks) ; appointmeDt of Robert Fulconis and Walter de 

Aumundesham to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by 
William do Olneye against John de Jerdeleye and Isolda his wife, 
tonching a moiety of a mesuagc in. 

m. 16d. (70). Ongar, High (" Heghangre ") (Essex) ; appointment of John de 

Lovetot and Roger de Leicester to take the assise of novel dis- 
seisin arraigned by Radulph son of William de Pebnesse against 
Gabiena de Merk' and others, toucluDg a tenement in. 

m. 5d. (78). Ongar, High ('* Heghangr* ") (Essex) ; appointment of John de 

Lovetot and Roger de Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Radulph son of William de Pelenesse against Anas- 
tasia de Merk' and others, touching a tenement in. 

' Oppingham [Rutl.] ; see Uppingham. 

Opmimjugham (Kent) ; see Shelneston. 

m. lOd. (20). Orford (Suff.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday and Robert de Lud- 

ham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Nicholas 
Comin and Emma his wife against Nicholas Wynter and others, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 6d. (30). Orton (" Ouerton ") and Kelleth (" Keldelith *♦) (Westmorel.) ; ap- 
pointment of Geoffirey Aguillon and Alan de Walkingham to take 
the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by William Fitzlve against 
Thomas de Musegrave, touching four raesuages and land in. 

m. 4d. (31). Osboumby (Line.) ; appointment of Nicholas de iStapleton and Elias 

de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Richard de Somercotes against Hugh son of Hugh de Bussy and 
others, touching a tenement in. 

Osboumby (Line.) ; see Threckingham. 

m. 6d. (64). Osburgwik* (Northumbr.) ; appointment of Geoffrey Aguillon and 

Alan de Walkingham to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned 
by John Baisy against Robert de Clifford and Margaret late wife 
of Radulph Gaugy, touching land in. 

Oseburn, the manor of; see Wirkesworth. 

Oselby (Line.) ; see Usselby. 

Oscnerse (Suss.) ; see Worth. 

m. 22d. (32). Osgodby (Line.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias 

de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
the prioress of Stixwould agiunst Geoffrey de S. Mark and Walter 
le Forester, touching common of pasture in. 

m. 18d. (48). Ospring (Kent) ; appointment of John de Cobham and Roger de 

Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Robert 
King against Thomas le Cok* and others, touching a tenemest m^ 

m. 16 (12). Ossulston ; cong6 d'^lire to the canons of, vice Ive the late abbat of, 
ceded. Westminster, Ist June. 

m. 14 (13). Ossulaton (" Osolueston* ") ; assent to the election of John Chaum- 
berleyn, canon of the abbey of, as abbat of; and siguificamus in 
pursuance to the bishop of Lincoln. Westminster, 10th June. 

m 12 (25). Ossulston (" Osolueston' ") ; restitution of temporalities to John le 

Chaumberleyn, formerly a canon of, as abbat-elcct of, his election 
having been confirmed by O. bishop of Lincoln, and his fealty 
taken ; and mandate of intendence and respondence in favour of, to 
the tenants of the abbey in pursuance. Odiham, 23rd June. 

m. 12 (26). Concurrent mandate of livery in pursuance to Richard de Holebrok% 
the King's seneschal. 

m. 22d. (3). Otford (Kent) ; appointment of John de Cobham and Roger de 

Leicester to take the jury arraigned by William de Longcharap 
against John de Gisorz and others, touching a tenement in. 



D£FUTV KEEPEB OF THE PUBLIC BEGOKDS. 133 

No. 1. — Calendar of Patent Rolls : 8, Edward I. — continued. 

m. I6d. (7). Otford (Kent) ; appointment of John de Cobkam and Boji^er de 

Leicester to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by Walter 
Becy and Thomas his brother against Dionisia late wife of Adam 

m. 16d. (8). Scot, touching a mesuage in ; and a similar assise arraigned by the 

said Walter and Thomas against Knima late wife of John Becy, 
touching a mesuage and land in. 

Ouerton (WestmoreL) ; see Orton. 

m. Id. (60). Oumbresleys (Slaop) ; appointment of Badulpb de Hengham and 

Begiuald de Leye to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Philip de Draycote and Alice his wife against Th. Tochet, touching 
a tenement in. 

m. 5d. (SI). Oundle (** Undele ") (Northt.) ; appointment of Nichoks de Stapleton 

and Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of mort dancestor 
arraigned by Bichard de Coventry and Adelina his wife against 
Bichard le Yineur, touching a mesuage and land in. 

Ouneby (Line.) ; aee Owmbj'. 

Over (Cambr.) ; see Stanton, Long. 

m. 20d. (2). Overtcn (WestmoreL) ; appointment of Bobert de Nevill and Alan 

de Walkingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Is. de Overton Thomas de Musegrave against Bichard de Musegrave 
and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 12d. (69). Overton (WestmoreL) ; appointment of Geoffrey Aguillon and Alan de 

Walkingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Is. de Overton a^inst Bichard de Musegrave and others, touching 
a tenement in. Selboroe, 7th July. 

XXL. 25d. (18). Overwyard (Wore.) ; appointment of Bobert Fulconis and Giles de 

Berkeley to take the assise of novel disseisin arrai^ed by Nicholas 
son of Henry de Turbervill against Badulph Fitz William, John 
Baret, and others, touching a tenement in. 

ID. lid. (3). Owmby (''Ouneby") (Line.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton 

and Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Master Boger de Ouneby and Theophania his wife 
against William de Perham and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 5d. (17). Owmby (** Ouneby ") (Line.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton 

and Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Master Boger de Ouneby and Theofiinia his wife against 
William de Perham and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 5d. (48). Owmby (Line.) ; appointment of same to take a similar assise 

arraigned by Christiana Monhardy against William de Pereham, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 5d. (60). Owmby (Line.) ; appointment of same to take a similar assise 

arraigned by Avice late wife of Bobert Monhardi against Badulph 
de Horkestowe, touching a tenement in. 

in. 9d. (29). Oxendon, Gn^at (Northt.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton 

and Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Edmund de Neuporth against John de Oxendon, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 9d. (51). Oxendon, Great (Northt.) ; appointment of same to take a similar 

assise arraigned by Edmund de Neuport against John de Oxendon, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 27d. (28). Oxford ; appointment of Bobert Fulconis and Bobert Malet to take 

the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Boger de la Bose and 
Alice his wife against Bobert le Notour and others, touching a 
tenement in. 

m. 27d. (55). Oxforrl ; appointment of same to take a similar assise arrai^ed by 

William le Tayllur, of Woodstock, against Nicholas de Kingeston 
and others, touching a tenement in. 



134 AFPEKDIX TO THE FOBTY-NINTH REPORT OP THE 

No. 1. — Calendar of Eatent Rolls : 8 Edward I. — continued, 

m. 22d. (28). Oxford ; appointment of same to take a similar assiBe arraigned 

by Thomas son of Peter le Panmer, of Oxford, against Cecilia 
daughter of Peter le Paumer and Matilda her sister, touching a 
tenement in. 

ro. 9d. (41). Oxford ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and Geoffirey de Xieukenore 

to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by William de 
Gloaccster and Emma his wife and Richard son of William de 
Gloacester against Nicholas de Kengeston and John Sewy, tonching 
a tenement in. 

m. 7d. (10). Oxford ; appointment of Robert Pnlconis and Geoffrey de Leukenore 

to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by William de 
Gloucester and Emma his vife and Richard son of William de 
Gloucester against Nicholas de King'ton and others, touching a 
tenement in. 

m. 4d. (34). Oxford ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and Robert Malet to 

take the attaint arraigned by Philip le Waleys against William 
de Hasele and Thomas de Sewy, touching a tenement in. 

m. 8d. (8). Oxford ; appointment of same to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Stephen the Bocbinder and Agatha his wife against 
Thomas de Orliens and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 28d. (45). Oxford ; commission of gaol delivery for, to Robert Malet, Sampson 

Folyot, Fulk de Rucote, and John de Bagepuz. 

m. 22d. (9). Oxford ; commission of gaol delivery for, to Roland de Erie, John 

de Bagepuz, Thomas Huscarle, and Nicholas de Tedmerth. 

m. 19d. (41). Oxford j commission of gaol delivery for, to Roland de Herley, J. de 

Bakepuz, Th. Huscarl, and John de Tedmersh. 

m. 8d. (22). Oxford ; commission of gaol delivery for, to Sampson Foliot, William 

le Poure, Walter de Wychthull, and Thomas Huscarle. 

m. 20d. (34). Oxted (**Ocsted") (Surr.) ; appointment of John de Cobham and 

Roger de Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by Geofirey son of Geoffirey le Taillur against William de Chiuill 
and William son of Simon Flok', touching a tenement in. 

m. 20d. (61). Oxted (" Okested **) (Surr.) ; appointment of same to take a similar 

assise arraigned by the said Geoffrey against William le Hoder and 
others, toncning a tenement in. 

m. 22d. (37). Faccleshull (Staff.) ; appointment of Radulph de Hengham and 

Reginald de la Legh to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by William Bagot against John de Picheford and others, touching 
a tenement in. 

Pakefield (Suff.) ; see Kirkley. 

m. 6d, (63). Paneby (Line.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias 

de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
William Run, of Paneby, against Geoffrey de Redon and Agnes his 
wife, touching a tenement in. 

m. Id. (42). Parchull (Heref.) ; appointment of Walter de Hopton and Reginald 

de Leye to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by William 
de Evereus and Cristina his wife against John Maniword and others , 
touching a tenement in. 

m« 1 (18). Pateneye ; presentation, directed to the bishop of Sarum, of Andrew 
le Afforte to the church of, void and in the King's gift by the void- 
ance of the bishopric of Winchester, wliich is iu the King's hands. 
Westminster, 18th November. 

m. 27d. (43). Patney (Wilts) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and William de 

Brayboef to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by John 
son of Nicholas Patene^ against Auyelina late wife of Walter de 
Wyk' and others, touching a tenement in. 



DEPUTT KEEPEB OF THE PUBLIC RBGOBDS. 135 

No. 1. — Calendar of Patent Bolls: 8 Edward I. — conHnt$ed, 

m, 18 (14). Pattin^ham (Staff.); appointment of Radolph de Hengham and 

Reginald de la Legh to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned 
by Richard son of William de Patingham against William de 
Yalentys and William his son, toaching land in. 

Pauelesholt (Wilts) ; see Poulshot. 

m. 28 (4). Pauncefot, Grimbald, grant to, for a fine of 200/., of the maritage of 
the heir of Henry de Penebrugg', deceased. Windsor, 28th 
November. 

m. 24d. (24). Paxton (<<Pakiston"), Little (Hants); appointment of Roger 

lioveday and Robert de Ludham to take the assise of novel dis* 
seisin arraigned by Agnes de Denton against Geoffrey le Moyne 
and William le Criur, toaching a tenement in. 

m. 28d. (87). Pembrid^e("Penebrugg**)(Heref.) ; appointment of Robert Fnlconis 

and Giles de Berkeley to take the jury arraigned by Isabel Fit2- 
John against John FitzSimon and William & Amndell, toaching 
a tenement in. 

m. 28 (12). Penebrok', David de ; licence to, at the instance of Walter de Pene- 

brok', to appoint attorneys or an attorney who shall act for the 
said Walter in the chancery of Lreland. 

m. lOd. (57). Penecestre, Stephen de, John de Wanton, and Radolph de Bemers ; 

appointment of, to hear and determine the appeal of Dionisia late 
wife of Richard Everard in the county court of Sussex against 
William Graundyn and John le Some . . ., touching the death of 
the said Richard. Langley, 20th July. 

m. 8 (2). Penecestre, Stephen de, warden of the Cinque Ports ; mandate to, to 
cause proclamation to be made at each of these ports inhibiting 
any person from molesting, by land or by sea, the merchants of 
the count of Seland, he having promised to make amends for the 
trespasses committed against the merchants of the Km£ by his own 
merchants, and a day having been appointed by the mng to do so. 
Langley, 17(h July. 

m. 5d. (69). Penecestre, Stephen de, and John Bek' ; appointment of, to inquire 

as to, hear, and determine the trespass of certain evildoers unknown 
in burning the houses of Robert Greffe at Manchester and taking 
and carrymg off his com^ and other goods and chattels. Lincoln, 
6th October, 8 £dw. I. 

m. Id. (19). Penecestre, Stephen de, and Roger Loveday ; appointment of, to 

inquire as to, hear and determine the trespasses of certain evil- 
doers unknown in entering the free chases and parks of John de 
Warenne, earl of Surrey, of Worth, Cuckfield ("Cokefeld"), and 
Ditchling (" Dichening ")* i^ co. Sussex; Reigate, in co. Surrey; 
and Roothing (" Royug* ''), in co. Essex, and hunting therein, and 
fishing in his vivaries of the said manors, and taking and carrying 
off beasts and fish. Westminster, 11th November. 

m. 18d. (72). Penkridge (*'Penkriz") (Staff.) ; appointment of Radulph de Heng- 
ham and Reginald de Legh to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by John de Waltham against Robert de Teueray and 
others, touching a tenement in. 

m. Sd. (49). Penkridge (Staff.) ; appointment of Radolph de Hengham and 

Reginald de Legh to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
WUliam son of William de Coppehale against William de Leche, 
canon of the church of S. Michael, of Penkridge, and others, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 6d. (42). Penrith, commission of gaol delivery for, to Robert de Mulcastr*, 

William de Boyvill, Hugh de Multon, and Alan de Walkingham. 

m. 2d. (29). Pensham (" Pendesham ") (Wore.) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis 

and Giles de Berkeley to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by the prioress of Nuneaton against Peter de Lenche and 
others, toaching a tenement in. 



136 APPEXDIX TO THE FORTY-NINTH REPORT OP THE 

No. 1. — Calendar of Patent Rolls: B Edward I. — continued. 

m. 8 (25). Percy, John de ; pardon to, at the instance of William de Warenne, 
the King*8 cousin, of the tre9pa8s committed by, in the company of 
Geoffrey de Lucy, by taking a hind and *' unnm feconem" in 
Wlneraere Fore8t, of which be vas lately convicted before Roger 
de Qifford and his colleagues, late justices itinerant of the forest 
in CO. Southampton. Langley, 20th July. 

m. 18d. (7). Peterborough (Northt.); appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and 

Elias de Bek'ngbam to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned 
by William le Convers and Petronilla his wife and Basilia her 
sister against Clemency late wife of Thorward de Burgh, touching 
a mesuage in. 

m. 18 (51). Peterborough (Northt.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and 
Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by Robert le Keu against the abbat of Peterborough and others, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 18 (80). Peterborough, commission of gaol delivery for, to Robert Fitz Walter, 
John le Lou, Robert le Baud, and Greoifrey de S. Mark. 

m. 7d. (1). Peterborough, commission of gaol delivery for, to Robert Fitz Walter, 
John le Lou, Robert le Baud, and Geoffrey de S. Mark. Goning- 
burgh, 8th August. 

m. 1 (2^. Peuerel, Hugh, going by licence to parts beyond seas ; letters of 
attorney to, in favour of Geoffrey de Blilton and Henry de 
Barsham. Westminster, 5th November. 

m. 16d. (30). Peuerwich (Derb.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias 

de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Henry son of Thomas de Alsop agaiost Nicholas de la Dale and 
others, touching common of pasture in. 

m. 22 (8). Peyteuyn, Bartholomew le, going by licence to S. James [of Com- 
postella] ; protection to, with clause : Volumus, 

m. S8d. (SO). Picheford, Geoff'rey de, and Walter de Aiimundesham ; appointment 

of, to inquire by a jury of the hundreds of Offlow and Seisdon 
(Staffl), whether William dc Paries, who was hung for felony, was 
seized in fee of the manor of Honeworth on the day when he com- 
mitted the felony, and as to certain other matters touching Uie said 
manor. Windsor, 26th November. 

m. 22d. (33). Picheford, Geoffirey de ; appointment of, to inquire as to the guilt of 

Radulph Bagot, who was indicted for breaking the park of Alianor, 
the Queen-Mother, of Aston Cantlow, in co. Warw., and hunting 
and taking beasts therein, and whether Edmund Russel and others 
have been accustomed to commit similar offences in the same and 
other parks in the said co. Cirencester, 31st March. 

m. 8 (8). Picheford, Geoffrey de ; appointment of, to sell old oaks in Windsor 
Forest, in the King's park, and without it ; and the alder-woods 
and the mushrooms in the said park by view of the verderers and 
foresters of the said forest to the King's best advantage. Langley, 
20th July. 

m. 8 (24). Picheford, Geoffrey de ; appointment of, to inquire touching all the 
purprestures and done by divers constables of Windsor 

Castle and other bailiffs there, temp. Henry III., and before the 
custody thereof had been committed to him in the King's demesne 
lands within the metea of Windsor Forest, and to measure and 
arent the same. LangUy, 20th July. 

m. lid. (78). Pichelesthorn (Bucks) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and Robert 

Malet to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Thomas 
Fedekyn against Richard Cheuery and others, touching a tenement 
in. 

m. 25d. (48). Pickenham, North (Norf.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday and 

Robert de Ludham to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned 
by Simon son of Richard le Fraunkeleyn against Radulph le 
Fraunkeleyn and others, iouching a mesuage and land in. 

Pickstock (Salop) yiee Edgmond. 



DfiPUTT KEEPER OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS. 137 

f^o» 1. — Calendar of Patent Rolls : 8 Edward I. — continued^ 

m. 5d. (IS). Pick worth ('* Pike word '*) (Line); appointment of Nicholas de 

Stapleton and Elias de Bekingfaam to take the assise of novel dis- 
seisin airaigne*! by Beatrix de Elwerede against Robert Elorede 
and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 21 (5). Pikering, Master William de, going by licence to parts beyond seas ; 

letters of attorney to, in favour of Robert de Pykering and Hugh 
de Keweton' for England. Down Ampney, 13th March. 

in. 21 (6). The same; protection to. Same date. 

hl. 5d. (1). Pilbeleye (Derb.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Thomas 

Folejamb to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Geoffrey 
de Becton against Thomas Branting', touching a tenement in. 

m. 13d. (65). Pillerton (" Pilardinton' "),Over (Warw.) ; appointment of Nicholas 

de Stapelton and Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of mort 
dancestor arraigned by John son of Richard Kita-Stephen against 
Walter le Taillur, of Pillerton (" Pilardinton* "), touching land in. 

Pillerton, Over (Warw.) ; tee Walton Deyvill. 

m. 3d. (34). Pinner (Mldds.) ; appointment of John de liOvetot and Roger de 

Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigpied by Richard 
son of Robert de Wodehalle against Alice daughter of Robert de 
Wodehalle and Richard Osbem, touching a tenement in. 

Pipwell (Leic.) ; tee Wodecote. 

m. 19 (S5). Piriton, William de, clerk, and Master James, keeper of the King's 

works of Rhuddlan ; appointment of, to assess the lands and places 
in Rhuddlan (not yet assessed by certain persons already ap- 
pointed to do so, and to deliver them to all persons willing to 
receive and to hold them for the King at a sufficient service), and 
to deliver them as above, except the King's meadow there, which 
is to be reserved as his demesne. Westminster, 9th May. 

m. 33d. (23). Pleystowe (Heref.) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and Giles de 

Berkeley to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by Robert 
de Staneford against Walter le Bret and others, touching posses- 
sions in. 

m. 16 (11)* Plugenet, Alan, grant to, that if the Crown shall recover by a judg- 
ment against John le Mareschal or his heirs the manor of Hasel- 
berg', as the right or the escheat of the Crown, the said Alan shall 
hold the same from the Crown in fee simple ; and if the aforesaid 
John or his heirs can show their right to retain the said manor, 
the Crown will assign to the said Alan in other its lands, waids, or 
escheats an equivalent to its value ; the said manor having been 
granted to him in fee simple by Ilenry III., so that the Crown 
should not disseise or permit to be disseised the said Alan of the 
said manor before it had made a reasonable exchange therefor, and 
having been once held by William le Mareschal ; and John le 
Mareschal, son and heir of the said William having applied to the 
Court of K. B. that the said manor should be restored to him in 
pursuance of the ** Dictum de Kenilworth " as having been held 
by his said father, an adherent of Simon de Montfort in the 
Barons' War, and the said Alan, at the instance of the King, having 
surrendered the said manor in the K. B. into the King's hands, who 
granted to the said John such seisin thereof as his said father had 
of it at the time of his ejectment therefrom by reason of the 
Barons' War. Westminster, 27th May. 

m. 20d. (56). Plympton (" Plumpton ") (Devon) ; appointment of Walter de 

Wimbome and Thomas de S. Vigor to take the assise of novel 
disseisin arraigned by John le Smale against Richard de Holc- 
cnmbe and others, touching a tenement in. 

01.' 94 (28). Podio, Orlandino de, and his partners, merchants of Loeca; man- 
date to, to pay, out of the King's money or theirs, the price of the 
King's wines, in pursuance of the information given to them by 
Matthew de Columbers, appointed purchaser ('< captorem ") of 
the King's wines throughout the kingdom. Lindhnrst, 20th 
January. 



138 APPENDIX TO THE FORTY-NINTH REPORT OP THE 

No. 1.-— Calendar of Patent Bolls : 8 Edward J. — continued. 

m. 18 (18). Pole, La (Deyon) ; appointment of Walter de Wimborne and Thomas 
do S. Vigor to take the assise arraigned by Walter de la Pole 
against William Graunt and others, touching a fosse destroyed in. 

m. 8 (14). Popyote, Edelina, sister of John Tilyet, and ** domicella " to Alianor, 
the Queen-Consort ; mandate to John de Sandwich, seneschal of 
Ponthieu, to permit to be received by, all the money which, 
according to the custom of the parts of Ponthieu, pertains to the 
King by reason of the purchase made by the said John from Hugh 
de Nomun of a certain piece of land therein. Langley, 20th July. 

m. 4 (19)* Portland ; presentation, directed to the Bishop of Salisbury, of Wil- 
liam de Perton tc^ the church of, void and in the King's gift, by 
reason of the voidance of the bishopric of Salisbury, which is in 
the King's hands. Westminster, 25th October. 

m. 9 (9). Portsmouth, Walter de, parson of Codington ; simple protection to. 
Selebum, 10th July. 

m. 22d. (49). Portsmouth (Southt) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and William 

de Brayboef to take the assise of novel disseisin arraiffned 
by Richard le Panmer and Christiana his wife and Alice her sister 
against Richard le Blund and others, touching a tenement in. 

Poteham (Surr.) ; see Puttenham. 

m. 12d. (4). Potton (Beds) j appointment of Robert Fulconis and Robert Malet 

to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Robert Lote and 
Elias Lote against Peter le Mareschal and Everard his son, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 20d. (I). Poulshot (*' Pauelesholt ") (Wilts) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis 

and WiUiam de Brayboef to take the certification arrayed by 
Richard son of Radulph de Fauelesholt and John son of Radulph 
de Pauelesholt against Radulph de Wyleton, touching a mesuage 
and land in. 

m. 21d. (6). Powick (** Poywjk' ") (Wore.) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and 

Giles de Berkeley to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by Adam le Blunt against Walter de Beauohamp and others, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 16 (15). Poylle, Walter de la, going by licence to parts beyond seas ; pro- 
tection to, with clause : Volttmus, Westminster, 2 June. 

Prest Hoton (Lane.) ; see Button, Priest. 

m. 5 (12). Preston, Jordan de, Richard, son of; pardon to, for havbg killed 
Roger Pacok', as it appears by the testimony of Alan de Walking- 
ham and Gilbert de Torewen, justices, late of gaol delivery for 
Carlisle, that he did so by misadventure. Carlisle, 10th Sep- 
tember. 

m. 28(40). Preston Bissett, Hiileston (** Hildeston ")i and Cowley (« Couell ") 

(Bucks) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and Robert Malet to 
take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by Matilda de Inygge* 
ham and A vice her sister against Henry de Cramesby and Gilbert 
de Gremesby, touching possessions in. 

m. 2d. (64). Preston (Heref.) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and Giles de 
Berkeley to take the assise arraigned by Robert de Fyleby 
against Robert le Wynne, touching a way stopped in. 

m. 16d. (86). Preston-near-Hitchin (" Hicche ") (Herts) ; appointment of John de 

Lovetot and Roger de Leicester to take the assise of mort dan- 
cestor arraigned by Thomas son of Silvester de Preston against 
Jordan FitzSilvester, touching a mesuage and land in. 

m. 22 (18). Prestre, Donemannus le, a Jew, of Winchester; licence to, to 
sell to Master Radulph le Sauser a certain solar in the ci^ of 
Winchester, adjoining the house of Deudeney de Wynton', a Jew, 
lately hanged, in that citj, to hold according to the conditions 
contained in a charter made to the said Radul]^ by the said Done- 
mannus. Down Ampney, 4th March. 



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No. 1. — Calendar of Patent Rolls : 8 Edward I. — continued. 

m. 4d. (27). Pridewell (Essex) ; appointment of John de Lovetot and Roger de 

Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by John 
Swilce against Stephen Crapmel and Heniy Crapmel, touching a 
tenement in. 

m. lOd. (27). Prilleston near Little Thorpe (Norf.) ; appointment of Roger Love- 

daj and Robert de Ludham to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned bj Roger de CoIevUl and Agnes his wife against Radnlph 
de Mendham and Is. his wife, touching a tenement in. 

m. 3 (19). Prittlewell, the prior of, going by licence to parts beyond seas; 

letters of attorney to, in favour of ]Ma8ter Alexander de Lalling 
and John de Roydon. Westminster, 5th November. 

m. 28d. (d5). PnUoxhill (Beds) ; appointment of Robert Fulconisand Robert Kalet 

to take the jury arraigned by Richard Wischard against Walter de 
la Haye and Matilda his wife, touching common of pasture in. 

m. 19d. (88), Purston (" Pirston") (Northt.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Staple- 
ton and Elias de Bekingham to take the jury arraigned by Laurence 
Page against John Iche and others, touching conunon of pasture 

in. 

m. 17d. (73). Puttenham (''Poteham") (Surr.) ; appointment of John de Ck>b- 

ham and Roger de Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Robert de Hamley and Emma his wife against the 
prior of Albury ('* novus locus ")-near-Guildford, touching 'a tene- 
ment in. 

m. 12d. (3). Puttenham (** Poteham ") (Suss.) ; appointment of John de Cobham 

and Roger de Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Robert de Homlegh and Amice his wife against 
Geoffrey de Lond* and others, touching a tenement in. 

Pycheford, Geoffrey de ; see Picheford. 

tn. 28 (13). Pycot, William ; oommisimus to, during pleasure, of the custody of 

the office of the remembrancership (" remembrancie '') of the 
Exchequer of Dublin. Windsor, 26th November. 

xn. 6d. (90). Quadring (<' Quadauering ") (Line.) ; appointment of Nicholas de 

Stapleton and Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of novel 
disseisin arraigned by William son of Reginald de Doninfft^n and 
Margery his wife against Thomas son of John del Wro and others, 
touching a tenement in. 

Quantoxhead (Somers) ; see Bicknoller. 

xn. 9d. (82). Quarendon (" Querindon ") (Leic.) ; appointment 'of Nicholas de 

Stapleton and Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of novel 
disseisin arraigned by William son of William Ouotte against 
Henry de Cyrinton and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. i7d. (58). Qoatford (Salop) ; appointment of Radulph de Hengham and Regi- 
nald de Legh to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Roger de Hotot against Master Fromund de Erdington, touching a 
tenement in. 

m. 4 (12). S. Quintin, Master Bonettus de, parson of Scriuelesby in Lindeseve, 
gone in the King's suite to parts beyond seas ; simple protection 
to. Langley, 16th October. 

xn. 18 (18). Quinton (*' Quenton ") (Northt.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Staple- 
ton and Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by William de Hayes against Humphrey de Hastinges, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 11 (2). Rabayne, Elias de ; pardon to, of his taking sanctuary in the church 
of Dorchester for certain trespasses put upon him before John de 
Reygate and his colleagues, justices in eyre in co. Dorset, and of 
the trespasses of which he was indicted before them in their eyre 
aforesaid and of the amercements for the same. Odiham, 27th 
June. 



140 APPENDIX TO THE FORXr-NINTH REPORT OP THE 

No. 1. — Calendar t>f Patent Bolls: 8 Edward I. — continued, 

01. 12d. (47). Backenford (Devon) ; appointmeut of Walter dc Wimbome and 

Thomas de S. Vigor to take tlie assise of novel dbseisin arraigned 
by the prior of tne Hospital of S. John of Jerusalem in England 
againt^t Philip de Sidenbam, touching a tenement in. 

m. 7d. (44). Radford (Warw.) ; appointment of Nicholan de Stapleton and EUias 
de Bekingham to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by 
Robert le White, of Wollescote, against Robert de Chilton, touching 
land in. 

m. 5d. (49). Radford-near-Coventry (Wanr.) ; appointment of Radulph de Heng- 

bam and Henry de Sheldon to take the assise of mort dancestor 
arraigned by Robert le Whyte against Robert de Chilteme, 
touching land in. 

m. 22d. (52). Radboum (<<Rodbum") (Warw.); appointment of Radnlph de 

Hengham and Robert [le] Waleys to take the assise of novel 
disseisin arrai^ed by Eliiabeth daughter of Thomas Swalwe and 
Matilda her sister againiit Nicholas son of Thomas Swalwe and 
others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 21d. (48). Radboume C* Rodburn") (Derb.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Staple- 
ton and Elias dc Belungham to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by William de Boys, of Dalbury Lees, against Henry de 
Chaundos and others, touching common of pasture in. 

m. lOd. (29). Radcot (" Ratcote *') (Oxf.) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and 

Robert Malet to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Matilda late wife of John le Mowere against Henry de Hengsteseye 
and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. lOd. (49). Radcot (Oxf.) ; appointment of same to take a similar assise arraigned 

by Christina late wife of John le Mowere against the said Henry 
and others, touching a tenement in. 

Radebnrn (Wilts) ; see Rodbourn. 

m. lid. (15). Rainford (Lane); appointment of Qeoffrey Aguillon and Alan de 

Walkingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
John son of Radnlph de. Rayneford against Adam son (or Ada 
daughter) of John de Rayneford and others, touching common of 
pasture in. 

m.lld. (19). Rainford (Lane.) ; appointment of same to take a similar assise 

arraigned by Alice iate wife of Richard Wythond against the said 
Adam (or Ada) and others, touching common of pasture in. 

m. lid. (21). Rainford (Lane.) ; appointment of same to take a similar assise 

arraigned by Richard de Lasceles against the said Adam (or Ada) 
and others, touching common of pasture in. 

m. 18 (19). Rainham ("Renham") (Kent); appointment of John de Cobham 

and Roger de Leicester to take the assise of mort dancestor 
arraigned by Hugh son of Thomas le Bygod against Roger de 
Lucy, touching possessions in. 

m. 4d. (17). Ramsey (Hunts) ; appointment of Roger Loveday and Robert de 

Ludham to take the assise arraigned by Peter Feysaunt against 
John CTrane and others, touching a fosse destroyed in. 

m. 5 (5). Randolf, Henry, of Dilham, chaplain ; pardon to, for having caused 
the death of John son of Henry atte Mille, of Eccles, and reversal 
to, of the outlawry published against him therefor. Carlisle, 7th 
September. 

m. 20d. (46). Rangeworthy ('' Rengeworth **) (Qlouc.) ; appointment of Robert 

Fulconis and Giles de Berkeley to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Alice de Burgh against William de Burgh, touching 
a tenement in. 

m. 18 (15). Rasen, East (Line.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and 
Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by Osbert son of William Motekan against William prior of Sixhill 
and others, touching a tenement in. 



DEPUTY KEEPEB OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS. 141 

1^0. 1. — Calendar of Patent Rolls: 8 Edward I. — continued, 

m. 12d. (31). Rasen, West, Middle Rasen, Newton, and Toft-near-West Rasen 

(Line.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Sta'))Ieton and Elias de 
Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Osbert Fitz William against William Motekan and others, tonching 
a tenement in. 

nu 6d. (11). Raughton (" Kathton ") (Cnmbr.) ; appointment of Geoffrey Agnillon 

and Alan de Walkingham to take the assise of novel ^sseisin 
arraigned by Matilda late wife of Walter Curtais against Robert 
Curtais and William Prat, touching a tenement in. 

m. 6d. (SI). Raughton (" Raghtou ") (Cnmbr.) ; appointment of same to take the 

assise of mort dancestor arraigned by Thomas le Breton against 
Thomas Sironbal, touching a toft and land in. 

m. 6d. (34). Raughton (" Rauhton ") (Cumbr.) ; appointment of same to take 

a similar assise arraigned by John son of William de Dalaton 
against Ranulph le Provost and others, touching a mesuage and 
land in. 

m. 18d. (17). Raveningham (Norf.); appointment of Roger Loveday and Robert 

de Ludham to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by John 
son of Simon Roys against William Rojs and Walter his brother, 
touching possessions in. 

m* 19d. (47). Rawreth (" Rauerethe ") (Essex) ; appointment of Roger Loveday 

and Robert de Ludham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by Henry de Witham, clerk, against John de Apetton and others, 
[touching a tenement] in. 

m. led. (58). Rayne (" Reynes ")» Little (Essex) ; appointment of John de Lovetot 

and Roger de Leicester to take the assise of mort dancestor 
arraigned by Anketin de Westheye and Amice his wife, Gervase 
Barun and Agnes his wife, and John FitzKobert against Henry de 
Welles, touching a mesuage and land in. 

m. 4d. (48). Rayne Q* Reynes ")> kittle (Essex) ; appointment of John de Lovetot 

and Roger de Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by Richard son of Walter de Thorp* against William Belet, touching 
a tenement in. 

m. 22 (4). Reading, the abbat of; mandate to, to deliver, in pursuance of a man- 
date previously directed to him, to the sheriff of Berks Albert Moryn, 
Guy his brother, and Adam (or Ada) de Pauye, lately taken at 
Reading for having caused the death of Gerard de Cremon lately 
killed there and there detained in prison, without prejudice, &c. 
Down Ampney, 28th February. 

m- 19d. (81). Reading (Berks) ; appointment of Geoffrey de Picheford and W. de 

Hamelton to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Thomas 
Bumel against John Fachel, touching a tenement in. 

m. 18 (40). Reading (Berks) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and Robert Malet 

to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Thomas le Dubbere 
against William le Dubbere and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. I7d. (10). Reading (Berks) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and Robert 

Malet to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by John 
Fachel against Walter Fachel, parson of the church of Purley,and 
Thomas Bumel, touching a tenement in. 

m. 23d. (9). Reading ; commission of gaol delivery for, to Roland de Erie, John 

de Bakepnz, Robert Malet, and Sampson Folyot. 

IS. 23d. (21). Reading; commission of gaol delivery for, to Roland de Erie, John 

de Bakepuz, Thomas Huscarle, and John de Tedmcrshe. 

m. 13d. (63). Reading; commission of gaol delivery for, to Nicholas de Stapelton 

and Peter Coudray. 
m. lid. (85). Reading ; commission of gaol delivery for, to Peter Coudray, Henry 

de Sotebrok', Thomas Huscarle, aid Thomas Daunvers. 

m. 9d. (10). Redbourn (" Redbum '*) (Hert.s) ; appointment of Roger Loveday 

and Roger de Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraign^ by Isabel daughter of Adam (or Ada) de la Hull against 
the abbat of S. Albans and others, touching a tenement in. 



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142 APPENDIX TO THE FORTY-NINTH BEPOBT OP THE 

No. 1. — Calendar of Patent Rolls : 8 Edward I. — continued, 

m. 18 (87). ReddLsh ("Bediche") (Lane); appointment of Geoffrey AgoUlon 

and Alan de Walkingham to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by John de Bedichc against Mathew de Bediche and 
others, touching common of pasture in. 

m. 28d. (16). Beddre (Cambr.) ; appointment of John de Loretot and William de 

Brompton to take the jary arraigned by Walter de Oxecroft £^;ainst 
Altec daughter of William Oyerthebrok', touching a tenement in. 

m. 4d. (61). Beddre (Cambr.) ; appointment of John de Lovetot and William de 
Brompton to take the jury arraigned by Walter de Osecroft against 
Alice daughter of William Overthebrok\ touching a tenement in. 

m. 2]d. (42). Bedmarley (" Budmarleg*") (Wore.) ; appointment of Bobert Ful- 

conis and Giles de Berkeley to take the assise of mort dancestor 
arraigned by Walter Greye against William Geye, touching a 
mesuage and land in. 

m. 16d. (39). Beed, East (Herts) ; appointment of John de Cobham and Boger de 

Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Michael 
de Bede against Margery daughter of Simon Fits-Alexander and 
others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 13d. (3). Beed, East ('* Estred"') (Herts.) ; appointment of John de Ck>bham 
and Boger de Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by Micnael de Bede against Margery daughter of Simon Fitz- 
Alexander and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 12d. (17). Begg* and Udimore (Suss.) ; appointment of John de Cobham and 

Boger de Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by Stephen Gerard against Thomas de Begg' and others, toucning 
a tenement in. 

m. 17 (15). Beigate, John de, late a justice itinerant in cos. Herts., Kent, Sussex, 

Surre}', and Dorset ; mandate to, to cause to be delivered all the 
rolls of his iters of the counties aforesaid to Walter de Wymburn, 
vhom the King has commanded to receive them from him. West- 
minster, 27th May. 

m. 17d. (67). Beigate (Surr.) ; appointment of John de Cobham and Boger de 

Leicester to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by Thomas 
de Ode a^inst Oohn de Beygate, goldsmith, touching a mesuage 
and land m. 

Benge worth (Glouc.) ; see Bangeworthy. 

m. 22d. (58). Betford (Notts) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias de 

Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Thomas son of Adam son of Bobert son of Hugh de Betford 
against Henry son of Adam son of Bobert son of Hugh de Betford 
and William raulin, junior, touching a tenement in. 

m. 8d. (18). Betford (Notts) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias de 
Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Thomas 
Prat against Adam le Clerc and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. I7d. (46). Beydon (Su£f.) ; appointment of Boger lioveday and Bobert de 

Ludham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Boger 
prior of Beeston a^inst Boger de Colvill, senior, and others, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 7d. (29). Bcymerston (Norf ) ; appointment of Boger Loveday and Bobert de 
Ludham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by John de 
Calnele against Badulph Gildram and others, touching a tenement 
in. York, 16th August. 

m. 7d. (36). Beymerston (*' Baymerston ") (Norf.) ; appointment of same to take 
a similar assise arraigned by John de Calneley against Hugh le 
Fevre and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 28 (26). Beymundi, William, of Miramont ; attorney general of the King's 
cousin, Constance late wife of Henry de Almain, ratification of 
the sale, proposed by, of the custody of the lands and heir of Wil- 
liam de Hoton', and of the maritage of the said heir, whichpertain 
to the said Constance by reason of the death of the said William. 
Clarendon, 20th February. 



DEPUTY KEEPER OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS. 143 

Hfo. 1. — Calendar of Patent Bolls : 8 Edward I^ — continued. 

Reynes (Essex) $ee Rayne. 

Rhuwyk' (Suss.) ; see Radgwick. 

m. 7d. (12). Ribchester (*' Ribbelchestr* ") (Lane.) ; appointment of Geoffrey 

Aguillon and Alan de Walkingbam to take the assise of nove 
disseisin arraigned by Margery dauf^hter of Adam (or Ada) Fitz- 
fiemard against Robert son of Adam (or Ada) de Preston and 
others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 7d« (17). Ribchester (Lane.) ; appointment of same to take the assise of mort 

dancestor arraigned by Robert son of William Motun against Alesia 
late wife of Edmund de Lascy, touching a mesuage and land in. 

m. 5d. (16). Ribchester (" Rybcestr* ") (Lane.) ; appointment of Geoffrey Aguillon 

and Alan de Walkingbam to take the assise of noTel disseisin 
arraigned by Robert son of William Moton against Aleysia do Lacy, 
touching possessions in. 

m. 2dd. (54). Rickmansworth (Herts) ; appointment of Thomas de Weyland and 

John de Lovetotto take the jury arraigned by Sabina de Wodebam 

and John de Wodebam against Jolm de Brutewell, touching a 

in. 2dd. (55). tenement in ; and the jury arraigned by the said Sabina and John 

against Robert son of Robert 1e Mareschal and Magaret his wife 
and Margery daughter of the said Margaret, touching a tenement 
in. 

Ridebitbeking, Alice see ; Doddington, Little (Northt.). 

m. 2d. (27). Ridemere (York) ; appointment of John de Reigate and Geoffrey 

Aguillon to take the attaint arraigned by Alan de Walkingbam 
against Isman de Ridemere, touching a tenement in. 

m. 18d. (10). Ridge ("Rugge") (Herts); appointment of John de Lovetot and 

Roger de Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by Geoffrey de Wrobbeleye against Robert de Wrobbeleye, touching 
a tenement in. 

m. 28d. (6). Ridge ("Rigge") (Wilts.); appointment of Robert Fulconis and 

William de Brayboef to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned 
by Thomas Spayne against Geoffrey le Shepehird, touching a 
mesuage and land in. 

Ridlington (Rutl.) ; see Uppingham. 

ID. 18 (78). Rigsby (Line.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias de 

Bekingham to take the assise of noTel disseisin arraigned by 
Walter parson of the church of Well against Thomas son of John 
de Riggesby and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 18d. (54). Ringshall (*' Ringesell") (Sufl.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday 

and Itobert de Lndham to take the assise of mort dancestor 
arraigned by Thomas de Kent and Alice his wife, Ranulph de 
Arderne and Katherine his wife, Edmund de S. Clare and Matilda 
his wife against Radulph de Lyndes', touching land in. 

Ringstead, Great (Norf.) ; see Holme by Sea. 

m. 2 Id. (29). Ringstead ('* Ringorste "), Little (Norf.); appointment of Roger 

I^veday and Robert de Ludham to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by William Tristrem against Richard de Holland and 
Matilda his wife and others, touching a tenement in. 

Risby (Line.) ; see Stapleton, Nicholas de. 

in. 18 (84). Riseley (Beds) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and Robert Malet 

to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Nicholas 
Deribocht against Robert Peteuyn and others, touching a tenement 
in. 

m. 9d. (62). Riseley C'Rjsle") (Beds); appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton 

and Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of mort dancestor 
arraigned by Nicholas Deiyboutht against Ranulph Fitz Walter and 
others, touching wood in. 



144 APPEXDIX TO THE FORTY-NINTH REPORT OF THE 

No. 1. — Caleadar of Patent Bolls : 8 Edward I.^^eontitiued. 

m. 7d. (11). Risendon Basset (Glouc.) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and 

Giles de Berkeley to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by Jobn de Briwes against Lettice de Teyden and others, touching 
a tenement in. 

m. 7d. (46). Bisbton ("Riston") (Lane); appointment of GcofFrey Agnillon 

and Alan de Walkingham to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Adam de Riston against Henry de Riston and others, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 12d. (63). Rishton-near-Harwood (*<Ruiston juxta Harewod*') (Lane); ap- 
pointment of Geoffrey Aguillon and Alan de Walkingham to take 
the assise of novel disseinin arraigned by Henry de Ruiston against 
Adam son of Gilbert de Ruiston and others, touching a tenement 
m. 12d. (64). in ; and a similar assise between same, touching common of 
pasture in. 

Riston (Northt.) ; see Rnshton. 

Roade ; (Northt.) ; see Hartwell. 

m. 1 (1). Robert, called " Jurenis," a vagabond canon of Tonbridge ; precept 
for the arrest of. Westminster, 15th November. 

m. 10 (3). Robcrtsbridge, the prior of, going bv licence to parts beyond seas ; 
letters of attorney to, in fkvour of Xaurence de Canterbury, bis 
fellow monk, and Simon de Esede. Seleburn*, 8th July. 

m. 13 (4). The same ; acquittance to, of 100 marks, being the amount of a fine 
paid to the King for an alleged entry without licence, into a Royal 
fee, which sum the King had given to the Queen-Consort and the 
receipt of which had been acknowledged by her. Same date. 

m. 12 (19). Rocedeuair, the prior of the hospital of; letters of attorney to, in 

favour of Henry son of William de Smalcbrok* for England. Dor- 
chester, 17 th June. 

m. lOd. (19). Roche, La, in Parkesokne (Herts) ; appointment of John de Lovetot 

and Roger dc licicester to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by John Skele and Amice de la Roche against Alan de la Roche 
and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 11 (13). Rochester, Salomon de, Richard de Boyland, Robert Fulconis, and 
William de Braiboef ; appoiutmeiit of, fk& justices itinerant in cos. 
Devon. Cornwall, Wilts, and Southampton. Odiham, 27th June. 

m. Id. (28). Rochford (Essex); appointment of John de Cobham and Roger de 

Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by John 
de Luuetot and Margery his wife against Thomas de Stodham, 
touching a tenement in. 

Rockesden (Beds) ; see Roxton. 

m. 18d. (70). Rockland (*< Rokelund '*) Surlingham (Norf) ; appointment of Roger 

Loveday and Robert de Ludham to take the assise of mort 
dancestor arraigned by Roger son of Gocelin Peck' against the 
abbat of Langley, touching land and marsh in. 

Rodbum (Derb.) ; see Radbourne. 

m. 23d. (33). Rodbum (" Radebum »*) (Wilts) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis 

and William de Brayboef to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Juliana daughter of Richard le CUrk, of Radbom, 
against Robert le Chaun, touching a tenement in. 

m. 12d. (49). Roprge (Southt.) ; appointment of Itobert Fulconis and William de 

Brayboef to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Thomas 
del Molyns and Albreda his wife against Gilbert de Teye and 
others, touching a tenement in. 

Rokeby (Warw.) ; see Rugby. 

m. 12 (10). Rokel', Philip de la, staying by licence in Ireland ; simple protection 

to. 

m. 4 (23). Rokele, Philip de la, staying in Ireland ; letters of attorney to, in 
favour of John de S. Amand and John le Hey ward for England. 
Westiiioster, 25th October. 



DEPUTY KEEPEB OF THE PUBLIC HECORDS. 145 

No. 1. — Calendar of I'atent Rolls : 8 Edward I. — continued, 

m. S4 (29). Rokesle, Gregory de, and Orlandino de Podio ; keepers of the 

Exchange of London ; mandate to, to pay to Master Thomas Bek, 
keeper of the Wardrobe, 200/. for the expenses of the King*s 
household. Lindburst, 20th January. 

m. 28 (13). Rokesle, Gregory de, and Orlandino dc Podio, keepers of the 

Exchange of London ; to pay out of the issues thereof to Master 
Bertram, the King's engineer, IOO5. to the behoof of a certain 
Spaniard, of the gift of the King. Ohirendon, 12th February. 

m. 21 (9). Rokesle, Gregory de, and Orlandino de Podio, keepers of the 

Exchange of London ; mandate to, in repetition of a previous 
mandate, to cause to be sent to Oxford by some trusty merchant 
3,000/. of the new money at present in their custody, to be 
** exchanged " for the advantage of the scholars there, which has 
been neglected, to provide such a merchant, who will go to 
(*' apud ") Oxford without delay, to exchange that money there, as 
the said Gregory and Orlandino shall enjoin, on the King's part ; 
and to deliver the said sum to the said merchant and to two of the 
masters of the University of Oxford, who will be sent to them, 
according to the King's injunctions, by the siud merchant in the 
said viU to be exchanged so that the scholars of that university 
have the preference over others in the said exchange ; a mandate 
having been given to the sheriff of Oxford to give safe-conduct to 
the said merchant and masters for the conveyance of the said sum 
to the said vill. Down Ampney, 14th March. 

01. 21 (15). The same ; mandate to, to pay, out of the "old money " coming to 

the Exchange aforesaid, to Thomas Bek', keeper of the Wardrobe, 
200/. for the expenses of the Great Wardrobe by the hands of 
Giles dc Audenard and Meneteus, the King's tailor. Cirencester, 
29th March. 

xn. 20 (21). The same ; mandate to, to send 200/., out of the old and good money 

coming to said Exchange, to the King, by John Convert ('* Conuer- 
sum ") with all speed, as he wants money for the expenses of the 
household. By R[obert] bishop of Bath and Wells, the chan- 
cellor. Westminster, 1st May. 

m. 19 (IS). The same ; mandate to, to pay, out of the old and good money 

coming to the said Exchange, 1,00U/. to Master Thomas Bek, 
keeper of the Wardrobe, towards the expenses of the household. 
Westminster, 7th May. 

m. 19 (26). The same ; mandate to, to pay to Peter Vile, and his colleagues, 

merchants, 366/. 13«. id. in part payment of one moiety of 
733/. 6«. 8</., which they lent to the King. Westminster, 2l8t 
May. 

in. 18 (42). Rokesle, Gregory de, and Henry le Waleys ; appointment of, to hear 

and do justice as to the plaint of the abbat of Bittlesden, touching 
trespasses and injuries done to him in his house in London by 
Master Robert de Lindeseye, Gilbert his brother, and John de 
Newenton. Westminster, 19th May. 

in. 15 (1). Rokesle, Gregory de, and Orlandino de Podio, keepers of the 

Exchange of London ; mandate to, to pay to Edmund earl of 
Cornwall 1,000 marks in part payment of 3,000 marks lent by him 
to the King. Westminster, 3rd June. 

HI. 14 (7). Rokesle, Gregory de, and Orlandino de Podio, keepers of the 

Exchange of London ; mandate to, to pay to Pondus Elie, mer- 
chant, of Cahors ('' C^aors "), 400/. out of the new money and 
830/. 69. 8d, to Alphonsus Moryn for 400/. which the aforesaid 
Poncius and 830/. 68. 8e/. which the aforesaid Alphonsus delivered 
as a loan in the Wardrobe, with which Master Thomas Bek» 
keeper thereof, will be charged. Westminster, loth June. 

1x1. 14 (9). Rokesle, Gregory de, mayor of London ; grant to, of all the issues of 

the custody of the lands and tenements late of Nicholas de Crioll', 
deceased (in the King's hands by reason of the minority of Nicho- 
las son and heir of the said Nicholas, who is in the wardship of th 

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King), during the minority of the said Nicholas. Westminster, 
8th June. 

m. 14 (11). Bokesle, Gregory de, and Orlandino de Podio, keepers of the 
Exchange of London ; mandate to, to pay to Thomas Bek, keeper 
of the Wardrobe, l,500i. out of the old money towards the ex- 
penses of the household, and if there should not be such a sum in 
old money, to make up the deficiency out of the new. West- 
minster, 8th June. 

m. 14 (15). Rokesle, Gregory de, and Orlandino de Podio, keepers of the 
Exchange of London ; mandate to, to pay to Matthew de Golum- 
bers, taker of the King's wines, 123/. 98. to be delivered to the 
King*s merchants of Lucca for a hke sum paid by them for 118 
casks of wine taken in London by the said Matthew. West- 
minster, 10th June. 

m. 18 (14). Rokesle, Gregory de, and Orlandino de Podio, keepers of the 
Exchange of London ; mandate to, to pay to Maurice de Credonio 
out of the new money 300/. for the custody of the lands and heirs 
of Roger de Montalt, which he has sold to the King. West- 
minster, 10th June. 

m. 18 (18). Rokesle, Gregory de, and Orlandino de Podio, keepers of the 
Exchange of London ; mandate to, to pay, ont of the new money 
therein, to Guy count of Flanders 150 marks for Easter term last 
past out of his annual fee of 300 marks, granted to him by the 
King. Dorchester, 17th June. 

m. 8 (7). Rokesle, Gregory de, and Orlandino de Podio, keepers of the 
Exchange of London ; mandate to, to pay, out of the old moneys 
coming in tbere, to Master Thomas Bek, the keeper of the Ward- 
robe, 1,000 marks for the acquittance of the purchases of the Great 
Wardrobe. Langley, 20th July. 

m. 8 (18). Rokesle, Gregory de, and Orlandino de Podio, keepers of the 
Exchange of London ; mandate to pay, out of new moneys therein, 
to John Vicomte of Tartars', yeoman of the King, 40 marks of the 
King's gift. Langley, 20th July. 

m. 8 (19). The same ; mandate to, to pay, in the same manner, to Eschinatus 
comte of Bigorre 100/. Same date. 

m. 8 (20). The same ; mandate to, to pay, in the same manner, to Iter de 
Angoul^me 10/. towards his expenses in expediting certain business 
of the King. Same date. 

m. 8 (80). Rokesle, Gregory de, and Orlandino de Podio ; mandate to, to pay, 
in the same manner, to Master Adam de Norfolk, constable of the 
castle of Bordeaux, 300 marks for buying wine with, to the King's 
behoof. Langley, 20th July. 

m. 7 (15). Rokesle, Gregory de, and Orlandino de Podio, keepers of the 
Exchange of London ; mandate to, to pay, out of King's moneys 
therein, to Richard de Exeter 20 marks in aid of his expenses in 
the King's service. Leicester, 27th July. 

m. 7 (19). Rokesle, Gregory de, and Orlandino de Podio, keepers of the 
Exchange of London ; mandate to, .to pay, out of the old money 
therein, to Matthew de Columbers, the King's butler, 154/. 16s. 4d. 
of good money, not clipped, by weight and number, to pay for the 
wines bought for the King's behoof. Newstead-in-Sherwood, Srd 
August. 

m. 7 (20). The same ; mandate to, to pay, out of the old money therein, to 
Thomas de Pampesworth' 150/. of good money, not clipped, by 
weight and number, for the expenses of Alphonso the King's son. 
Newstead-in-fcf her wood, 3rd August. 

m. 6 (16). Rokesle, Gregory de, and Orlandino de Podio, keepers of the 
Exchange of Ix>ndon ; mandate to, to lend to Alianor, the Queen- 
Mother, 350 marks of new money (the King having lately com- 
manded the treasurer and chamberlains [of the Exchequer] to pay 
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which she could not receive there because the Exchequer was 
shut), and as soon as the Exchequer shall be open thej will reoeWe 
the said loan irom the said treasurer and chamberlains otherwise 
the King will make the said keepers due allowance for it. York, 
16th August. 

[Crossed out. In margin of roll :— " Vacat quia restituta fait 
** htera et cancellata."] 

m. 6 (18). Rokesle, Gregory de, and Orlandino de Podio, keepers of the 
Exchange of London ; mandate to, to pay to Thomas Bek', keeper 
of the Wardrobe, 200/. of new money and 200/. of old and good 
money, by weight and number, for the acquittance of the purchases 
of the Great Wardrobe made in the fair of Boston by the hands of 
Giles de Oudenard. York, 16th August. 

m. 6 (24). Rokesle, Gregory de, and Oriandino de Podio, keepers of the 
Exchange of London ; mandate to, to lend to James de Pistor*, 
merchant, 500/. of new money, to be repaid to the King in 
Michaelmas term next. York, 18th August. 

[Crossed out. In margin of roll ; — ** Vacat quia restituta fuit 
" btera quia nichil inde actum fuit."] 

m. 6 (24a). The same $ a concurrent and similar mandate to. 
(cedule.) 

x», 5 (2). Rokesle, Gregory de, and Orlandino de Podio, keepers of the 
Exchange of London ; mandate to, to pay, out of the moneys 
therein, to Matthew de Columbers, the taker of the King's wines, 
20/. for the acquittance of wines " de recta prisa" taken at London. 
Ripon, 24th August. 

m, 8 (8). Rokesle, Gregory de, and Orlandino de Podio, keepers of the 
Exchange of London ; mandate to, to pay to Richard de Arraz 
and John Dnrand and the other procurators of the King's mer- 
chants of England and Ireland 1,000/., granted to Guy count of 
Flanders by the King, in pai-t subvention of the money in which 
he was bound to the said merchants for the arrest of Flanders 
(" arrestamento Flandr* "). Westminster, 2nd November. 

m. 3 (15). Rokesle, Gregory de, and Orlandino de Podio, keepers of the 
Exchange of London $ mandate to, to pay to various persons 
named various sums of money. Westminster, 5th November. 

[Crossed out. In margin of roU : — ** Vacat quia restituta fuit 
" littera et cancellata et pecunia est soluta."] 

m* 1 (8). Rokesle, Gregory de, and Orlandino de Podio, keepers of the 
Exchange of London ; mandate to, to pay, out of the moneys 
belonging to the King in their hands, to Bonruncinus, a merchant 
of Florence, 100 marks in part payment of 300 marks which he 
deUvered, by the King's precept, to John GiflGard, of Brumesfeld. 
Westminster, 15th November. 

m. 14d. (1*). Roksdon* ; association of John de Louetot with Elias de Beking- 

ham to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by Peter 
son of Giles de Gousle against Radulph de Gousle, touching a 
mesuage and land in. 

m. 27 (24). Romsey, the church of 8. Mary of; significamus of an inspeximus of 
a charter of Henry [II.], grantiug to, all their wood of "North- 
wod' " as King Edward gave it to them and confirmed it. Wit- 
nessed by Thomas archbishop of Canterbury, and R[oger] arch- 
bishop of York, and R[obert] bishop of Lincoln, and Th[oma8] 
the chancellor, and Master Aluer, and R. Fitz-Hamo, and Hamo 
Boter' at Sarum. Winchester, 4th January. 

m. 27d. (69). Romsey (Southt) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and William de 

Brayboef to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Nicholas 
Corbyn and Alice his wife against Peter Lainecliekere and Henry 
le Saghere, touching a tenement in. 

m. lid. (9). Romsey (Southt.) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and William de 

Brayboef to take the jury arraigned by Amies daughter of William 
le Cordwaner, Nicholas Winestr*, and Isabel his wife against John 
le Rous, touching two mesuages in. 

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Ronewik (Suit.) ; see Runwick. 

m. 18 (85). Ropsley (" Roppele ") (Line.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapletoo 
and EHas de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Peter de Lekeburu against Alan FitzRoald and 
Matilda his -wife, touching common of pasture in. 

m. 14 (23). Rose^, Peter de, merchant of Bayonne; safe-conduct to, and to his 
men in coming to the kingdom vith his things and merchandise,, 
staying there, and returning thence, and trading. Westminster, 
10th June. 

m. 24d. (55). Rosliston (*' Rostlaxton ") (Derb.) ; appointment of Nicholas de 

Stapletou and EHas de Bekingham to take the assise of mort 
dancestor arraigned by Nicholas de Segrave against Adam (or Ada) 
son (or daughter) of Radnlph Harlew^ne and Christiana late ^vife 
of Radulph Herlewyne, touching land in. 

m« 16d. (11). Rotherhithe ('* Ritherhethe ") (Kent); appointment of John de 

Cobham and Roger de Leicester to take the assise arraigned by 
Robert bishop of Bath and Wells against the prior of Bermondsey 
and others, touching a watercourse diverted in. 

m. 28d. (81). Rotherwas (Heref.) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and Giles de 

Berkeley to take the assise arraigned by Richard de Welles against 
John de Bradenham and others, touching a fosse destroyed in. 

m. 2 (1). Rouen, W. archbishop of ; letters of attorney to, in favour of Philip 
de Soteys, pamon of Bynteworth (? Bentworth). Westminster, 
7th November. 

m. 28 (S). Rouen, the abbat of S. Katherine '' de Monte " at ; letters of attorney 
to, in favour of Radulph de Frankenue and Richard le Keu for 
England. Windfior, 28th November. 

m. 2d. (20). Rougham (" Ruham ") (Norf.) ; appointment of Ro^er Loveday and 

Robert de Ludham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
John de Ruham and William son of (jeoffrey de Ruham against 
Nicholas de la Bruwere, touching common of pasture in. 

Roolowe (Leic.) ; see Aylestone. 

m. 8d. (14). Rowell (Northt.); appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias 

de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Richard de Clendon against Philip Suel, touching a tenement in. 

m. 6d. (99). Rowston (Line.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias 

de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
John son of John de Koueston and Kmma his -wife against the 
master of the Knights Templars in England and others, touching 
a tenement in. 

m. 25d. (65). Rozton (" Rockesden ") (Beds) ; apppointment of Robert Fulconis and 

Robert Malet to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Robert le Sauscr and Jul[iana] his wife against Hugh Lemmar 
and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 9d. (82). Royston (Cambr.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday and Robert 

de Ludham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Kathe- 
rine late wife of Walter le Mareschal against Isabel late wife of 
Richard de Hardeston and William Prichc, touching a tenement in. 

m. 19d. (48). Royston ; commission of gaol delivery for, to William de Aete, Lau- 
rence de Plumberwe, William de liodewyk, and John de Bretun. 

m. 20d. (15). Royton (" Roynton ") (Lane.) ; appointment of GeofiPrey A^ylun 

and Alan de Walkiugham to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Roger son of Richard de Itoynton against Alexander 
de Pulkinton and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 20d. (8). Ruardean (** Ruardyn **) (Glouc.) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis 

andf Giles de Berkeley' to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned 
by John Smod, of Ruardean, against Emma late wife of Robert 
Smod and others, touching two mesuages and land in. 

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m. ]2d. C^S)- Budgwick aud Slinfold (Suss.); appointment of John de Cobham 

and Roger dc Leicester to take the assise of mort dancestor 
arraigned by Richard son of Adam de la Hurlond against John de 
PoUingefaud, touching land in. 

m. 3d. (41). Rudgwick (*<Rhuwyk '') (Suss.) ; appointment of John de Cobham 

and Roger de Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin amugned 
by Henry Loue, Peter Bole and Agnes his wife against John de 
Pollingfaud, touching common of pasture in. 

m. Id. (4). Rudgwick (<* Regewik *') (Suss.) ; appointment of John de Cobham 

and Roger de Leicester to take the assise of mort dancestor 
arraigned by Richard Attehirlond against John de Pdingfold, 
touching possessions in. 

m. 14d. (17). Rndham, East (Norf.) ; appointment of Roger Loueday and Robert 

de Ludbam to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by John 
le Ponre, of Great Reynham, and Amice his wife against Robert 
son of Hubert le Kermisur', William Pykot and Beatrix his wife, 
touching a mesnage, land, and rent in. 

m. 6 (20). Rufford, the abbat of; licence to, to make in his own woods within 

Sherwood forest a trench along them, and take bis profit out of 
the wood and underwood thereof. York, 1 8th August. 

m. 28d. (38). Rugby O'Rokeby") (Warw.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton 

and Klias de Bekingham to take the assise of mort dancestor 
arraigned by William du Pont against Anabil de Rokeby and 
Henry de Freford, touching rent in. 

Ruggo (Herts) ; tee Ridge. 

Ruham (Korf.) ; see Rongham. 

Ruiston juxta Harewod (Lane.) ; see Risfaton-near-Harwood. 

m. 16d. (66). Runcton ("Rungeton") (Norf.); appointment of Roger Loveday 

and Robert de Ludham to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Cecilia late wife of John de Hulm* against John 
prior of Bromhill and others, touching a tenement in. 

Rungetonholm' (Norf.) ; see Holme by Runcton. 

jn. 15d. (58). Runwick (" Ronewik ") (Surr.) ; appointment of John de Cobham 

and Roger de Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Robert del Hek' and Alice his wife against Thomas 
dc la Chaumbre and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 4d. (53). Runwick ("Ronewych") (Surr.) ; appointment of John de Cobham 

and Roger de Leicester to take the certification arraigned by 
Thomas de la (Hiambre and others against Robert de Hethe and 
Alice his wife, touching a tenement in. 

m. Id. (50). Rushall and Great Barr (Staif.) ; appointment of Radulph de Hcn^- 

ham and Reginald de Leye to take the assise of novel disseism 
arraigned by Margery la Rouse against William de Boeles and 
others, touching common of pasture in. 

m. 25d. (4). Rnshton ('' Riston ") (Northt.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Sta- 
pleton and Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by William de Bores worth against William de Goldingham, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 18d. (79). Rnshton ("Riston*') (Northt.) j appomliaent of Nicholas de Sta- 
pleton and Klias de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Adam de Bradewell against William de Goldingham, 
touching common of pasture in. 

m. I8d. (88). Rushton (" Riston ") (Northt.) ; appointment of same to take a 

similar assise arraigned by Philip de la Croit against Richard 
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m. 23 (28). Russel, John, Juliana late wife of; commisimas to,' of the custody 
of two parts of the lands and tenements late of Richard le Mare- 
schal, deceased, in the manor of Chereberwe, during the minoritj of 
the heir of the said Richard, together with the maritage of the said 
heir. Clarendon, 22nd February. 

m. 20d. (10). Rycote (" Rucot ")» Little (Oxf.) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis 

and Robert Malet to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Robert de Stanford against Adam (or Ada) de Stanford and others, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 17d. (,41). Rysendon Basset (Gloac.) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and 

Giles de Berkeley to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by John de Brywes against Roger Sowy and others, touching a 
tenement in. 

m. 19 (34). Ryuere, Roger de la; exemption to, for two years, from serving on 
assizes, jaries, or recognitions, or from being made a sheriff, coroner, 
cscheator, forester, verderer, regarder, or other bailiff against his 
will. Westminster, 25th May. 

m. 17 (12). The same; similar exemption to, at the instance of Master Thomas 
Bek, treasurer of the Wardrobe, for three years. After the words 
" aut alius ballivus noster " follow " in Hibemia." 

[Crossed out In margin of roll are the words :— " Vacat 
quia aliter inferius."] 

m. 5 (7). Ryuere, Roger de la ; exemption to, at the instance of Master William 
de la Comere, from serving on assises, juries, and recognitions, or 
from being made coroner, cscheator, forester, &c. m Ireland 
against his will. Carlisle, 10th September. 

m. 5 (18). Ryuere, Roger de la ; exemption 1o, as above, for life, not confined 
to Ireland. Newcastle-on-Tyne, 20th September. 

m. 9d. (13). Salehurst (Suss.) ; appointment of John de Cobham and Roger de 

Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Alan 
de Horepol and Edith his wife against William de Echingham and 
Simon de Echingham, touching a tenement in. 

Salisbury (Wilts) ; see Sarum, New. 

m. lid. (55). Salkeld, Little (Cumbr.) ; appointment of Geoffrey Aguillon and 

Alan de Walkmgham to take the attaint arraigned by Walter son 
of Adam de Farmanby against William FitzJohn and Mabel [his 
wife], touching land in. 

m. 6d. (10). Salkeld (« Salgheld "), Old (Cumbr.) ; appointment of Geoffrey 

Aguillon and Alan de Walkingham to take the assise of novel 
disseisin arraigned by William son of Walter de Salgheld against 
Roger Kirkeman and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 6d. (88). Salkeld, Old (Cumbr.) ; appointment of same to take a similar 

assise arraigned by Adam de Caldebek' against William son of 
Adam (or Ada) de Wyndstales and others, touching a tenement 
in. 

m» 28d. (5). Sail (Norf.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday and Robert de 

Ludham to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by Robert 
de Manteby. William de Tyrington and Agatha his wife, John de 
Tysteshale and Juliana his wife, against Petronilla late wife of 
William de Fleg*, touching the manor of. 

xn. 20d. (65). Saltfleetby (Line.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Ellas 

de Bekmgham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Peter Fetherheg' against John Galle and others, touching a tene- 
ment in. 

m. 25d. (66). Saltford (Somers.) ; appointment of Walter de Wimborne and 

Thomas de S. Vigor to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned 
by Thomas Emith against Richard de Emmebergh, touching a 
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2M. (21). Sambrook (Staff.) ; appointment of Walter de Hopton and John 
FitzAer to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned bj Hugh 
son of Hugh le Jeuene against Adam le Bus, touching a mesuage 
and hind in. 

in. 16d. (47). Sambrook (Staff.) ; appointment of Walter de Hopton and John 

FitzAer to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned bj Hugh 
son, of Hugh le Jeovene against Henry le Bus, touching a mesuage 
and land in. 

m. 18d. (50). Sambrook (Staff.) ; appointment of same to take a similar assise 

arraigned by the said Hugh against Henry le Rous, touching a 
mesuage and land in. 

m. ISd. (60). Samelesbury (Line.) ; appointment of Geoffrey Aguillon and Alan 

de Walkingham to take the assise uf novel disseisin arraigned by 
Roger de Samelesbury against Margery late wife of B^>ert de 
Hampton, touching common of pasture in. 

ZB. 2d. (12). Sampford (** Saumfbrd ") (Essex) ; appointment of Joan de Cobham 

and Roger de Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Walter Matheu against William FitzRichazd and 
others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 3 (21). Sampson, John, and John le Especer, keepers of the Exchange of 
York ; mandate to, to pay, out of the King's moneys in their hands, 
to Gregory de Rokesle and Orlandino de Podio, keepers of the 
Exchange of London, 1,500/. to be paid to certain merchants, as 
the King has enjoined. Westminster, 5th November. 

m. 8d. (35). Sandiacre [Derb.] ; association of Radulph de Amhal' with Nicholas 

de Stapleton to take the attaint arraigned by Mabel de Stok' 
against John de Stok* and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 17d. (31). Sandon ("Sondon")> Great, Little Sandon, Smallrise ("Smahys"). 

and Whitenacr' (Staff.) ; appointment of Radulph de Hengham 
and Reginald de Legh to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by William son of William Trumwyne against William Trumwyne 
and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. I3d. (45). Sandridge (Standregge ") (Herts) ; appointment of John de Luvetot 

and Roger de Leicester to take the assise of mort dancestor 
arraigned by Robert del Ho against Richard de Trailly and others, 
touching land and rent in. 

in. 4d. (64). Sandridge and Bridel (Herts) ; appointment of John de Lovetot 

and Roger de J/eicester to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by William de Aet against William le Enueise and 
others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 1 (6). Sandwich, John de ; licence to, to grant in mortmain to the Car- 
melite Friars a place belonging to him in the vill of Sandwich, 
contiguous to their own, and to enfeoff them thereof. Westmin- 
ster, 15th November. 

m. 23 (21). Sandwich, Radulph de, the seneschal ; mandate to, to sell large 
timber and underwood in the forest of Dene up to the amount of 
200/., and out of the issues of the sale to do the works, already 
oxdered to be done by word of mouth, in the castles of Devizes and 
(Miham. Clarendon, 18th February. 

m. 20d. (50). Sandwich, Radulph de, and Giles de Berkeley ; appointment of, to 

inquire and make amends as to the heightening of weirs on the 
Wye between Monmouth and Strugoill. Bristol, 22nd April. 

m. 15 (2). Sandwich, Radulph de, the King's seneschal ; ratification and accept- 
ance of the demise made by, to the abbess and convent of Shaftes- 
bury (" Shaftebiry," and in side title " Shaftesbir' ") of all that 
part in the vill of Shaftesbury pertaining to the King in rents, 
tolls, pleas, and perquisites, to be held to farm for twelve years, at 
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m. 15 (5). Sandwich, Radulph de, the King's seneschal ; ratification and accept- 
ance of the demise made to Alianor late wife of Roger Lestraunge 
of the fifth part of the manor of Whitminster (Salop), late of 
William de Whitminster (which fifth part fell in purparty of 
Bertreda daughter and one of the heirs of the aforesaid William, 
and is in the King*s hands because she is " non compos," as is 
alleged), to hold at will at a rent of 17/. 12«. to the King, at which 
it is extended. Westminster, 2nd June. 

m. 15 (9). Sandwich, Radalph de,the King*s seneschal; ratification and accept- 
ance of the sale made by, to Robert de la Sale of the custody and 
maritage of the lands and heirs of Radulph le Rayer« of Bak- 
hampton (Berks), during the minority of the said heirs. West- 
minster, 3nl Jane. 

m. Id. (69). Sandwich, Radulph do; appointment of, to extend and buy or obtain 

by exchange certain lands of John de La . . herst and John [le] 
Bon which are suitable for the new town of Winchelsea, which is 
to be built upon a hill called Sham, the old town being for the 
most part submerged by the sea. Westminster, 1 Ith NoTcmber. 

m. l4d. (4). Sandy (Beds) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapelton and Klias de 

Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
John de Daundeuill* against Matilda le Tuppere and others, touch- 
ing a tenement in. 

m. 25d. (31). Sandyacre, Geoffrey de, and Andrew de Ely ; appointment of, to 

make inquisition as to knights' fees, &c. in the isle of Ely. Win- 
chester, 7th January. 

m. 2Sd. (68) Sanford (Beds) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and Robert Malet 

to take the assise of noTel disseisin arraigned by Simon de la 
Fermerye against the prior of the Hospital of S. John of Jerusalem 
in England and others, touching a tenement in. 

Santon (Line.) ; see Stapleton, Nicholas de. 

Sap* (Westmorcl.) ; see Shap. 

m. 7 (12). Sarum, New, the Friars Minors of; licence to, to receive from any 
friends who desire tu give or demise to them any houses or places 
adjoining their house there for the enlargement of their place, as 
it is stated that they have no property in donations, but use only. 
Leicester, 27th July. 

m. 24d. (48). Sarum, New (Wilts) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and William 

de Brayboef to take the attaint arraigned by Robert le Peyntur 
against Michael le Especer and Matilda his wife, touching a tene- 
ment in. 

m. 24d. (76). Sarum, New (Wilts) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and William 

de Brayboef to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Thomas de Erie against Edith Pycot and William Hildebrond, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 2ld. (12). Sarum, New (Wilts) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and William 

de Brayboef to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Thomas de Reygat" against William de Reygat', chaplain, touching 
a tenement in. 

m. 17d. (26). Sarum, New (Wilts) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and William 

de Brayboef to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Joetta daughter of Walter Pilke against Robert de Engelonde and 
others, touching a tenement in. 

m. Id. (21). Sarum, New (Wilts) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and William 

de Brayboef to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Robert Russel against William de Langford and John his son, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. fid. (24). Sarum, Old; commission of gaol delivery for, to Richard de Kolles- 

hull, John de Grimested, Walter Lillebon, and Robert de Popham. 



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m. 14d. (45). Sarum, Old ; commission of gaol delivcij for, to Iticbard de Coles- 
hull', John de Grimcstcd', Walter Lillebur, and Robert de 
Popham. 

iiL 6 (3). Saundebj, Master William de, going by licence to Scotland ; letters 
of attorney to, in favour of Elyas son of J ohn de Schatton for 
England. Coningburgh', 8th August. 

m. 7 (38). Saunford, Master John de, escheator in Ireland; grant to, of the 
custody of the lands and tenements of Thomas de Don', decease.i, 
during the minority of his heirs. Oddisake, 7th August. 

m. 25d« (1). Saunzanor, Hugh, and Luke Devienn* ; appointment of, as justices 

to deliver the gaol of Arundel of William Tosseman, who alleges 
that while he was in servitude in remote pnrts a presentation was 
made against him before the justices last itinerant in co. Sussex 
that he had killed one Richard de Garniges, but he, on being 
assured thereof by being put in exigent, gave himself up, and is 
still detained in prison. Winchester, 7th January. 

m. 24 (6). Sauser, Master Radulph le ; grant to, of the custody of the lands 
and heirs of John Loueraz, deceased, during the minority of bis 
heirs, with the maritage of the said heirs ; and of all the debts in 
which Richard de Carderuill was bound to Dewdone, a Jew, who 
was hanged, and the mortgage (" vadium ") which the said Jew 
had in the lands of the aforesaid Richard. Winchester, 6th 
January. 

m. 27d. (10). Sawston and Babraham (" Babenham ") (Cambr.) ; appointment of 

Roger Loveday and Robert de Ludham to take the assise of novel 
disseisin arraigned by Katherine late wife of John de Sauston 
against William de la Haye and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. I9d. (46). Sawston (Cambr.); appointment of Roger Loveday and Robert de 

Ludham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Katherine 
late wife of John de Sauston against William de la Haye and 
others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 18 (66). Sawston (Cambr.) ; appointment of Roger Loneday and Robert de 

Ludham to lake the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by Robert 
Bayard and Felicia his wife against Ilawise daughter of William 
de Chisbull, touching possessions in. 

m. lid. (5). Saxby (Line.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias de 

Bekingham to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by 
Thomas son of William son of Roger de Saxeby against Hugh 
Wicher and others, touching a toft aud land in. 

m. 8d. (32). Saxelby (Leic.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias du 

Bekingham to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by 
Alice daughter of Roger atte Stones against Thomas son of Roger 
atte Stones, touching land in. 

m. 19d. (57). Saxlingham (Norf.) ; appointment of Rocker Loveday and Robert de 

Ludham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Elena 
late wife of Radulph atte Croys, of Saxlingham, against John atte 
Croys, touching a tenement in. 

Saxthorpe (Norf.) ; see Mannington. 

o). 16d. (60). Scaunewell (Southt.) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and William 

de Brayboef to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by John 
atte Brok' against Robert de Clamorgan aud others, touching a 
tenement in. 

m. 4 (3). Scarborough (<* Scardcburg* ") ; grant to the bailiffs and men of, of 
a custom for five years on vessels entering the port there in aid of 
the strengthening of the said port ; another custom having been 
already granted by Henry III. for five years from 36 Henry III. for 
the same purpose. We8tmtn.stcr, 7th October. 

m. 3d. (52). Scameburn (Norf.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday and John de 

Metingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Geoffrey son of Geoffrey Curte Maunche against Andrew FitzPeter 
and others, touching a tenement in. 



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No. 1. — ^Calendar of Patent Rolls : 8 Edward 1. — continued. 

Schrintou (Bucks) ; see SherriDgton. 

m. 24d. (42). Scop wick ('* Scapewik* '*) (Line.) ; appointment of Nicholas de 

Stapleton and Elias de Bekingham to take the juiy arraigned by 
the prior of Thargarton against Edmund de Eyncourt, touching 
common of pasture in. « 

m. 5d. (58). Scotter (Line.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias de 

Bekingham to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by 
Adam son of Henry de Scoter against Badulph Kanon, touching a 
toft and land in. 

m. 5d. (56). Scotton (Line.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias 

de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Banulph son of Ranulph de Scotton against Bobert de Nevill and 
others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 17d. (8). Scottow (** Skothowe ") (Norf.) ; appointment of Roger Loyeday 

and Robert de Ludham to take die assise of noyel disseisin arraigned 
by Jul[iana] late wife of Peter le Neue against Simon de Biston 
and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 27 (2). Sootus, Albert, Opisto de Farynano, Beginald de Manaceto, Prouidal 
Bonus, John de Philippo, and their partners, of the society of the 
Scotti, of Piacenza ; protection to, their things, goods, and all their 
merchandise wherever in the kingdom they may be. Westminster, 
15th November, 7 Edward I. 

Scratby (Norf) ; see Somerton, East. 

m. 9 (21). Seelandt ; mandate to all bailiffs, &c., to protect all the merchants of 
the count of, coming through their parts with their merchandise, 
since the said count nas agreed to make amends at the will of the 
King for certain trespasses done by his own merchants ag^nst the 
King's merchants, by reason of which the King lately ordered all 
the bailiffs of the kingdom to seize all the goods of the merchants 
of the said count found in the vills situated near the sea or which 
should come thither until further orders ; and to safely keep all 
goods already seized in pursuance of the said mandate. Langley, 
17th July. 

m. 24 (21). Selby ; cong^ d'^lire to the monks of, rice Thomas de Wallaye, the 
late abbat of, ceded. Lindhurst, 20th January. 

m. 22 (22). Selby, the conventual church of; assent j signified to the archbishop 
of York, to the election of William dc Aselakeby, a monk of the 
house. [^Sic in orig.] Down Ampney, 4th March. 

m. 20 (16). Selby, the abbey of; restitution of temporalities to William de 

Aslakeby, the prior of, as abbat-^lect of, his election having been 
confirmed by W [illiam] archbishop of York and his fealty taken, 
with mandate of intendence and respondence in favour of, to the 
tenants of the abbey. Bristol, 2Srd April. 

m. 20 (17). Concurrent mandate of livery in pursuance to Thomas de Norman- 

uiir and Bichard de Holebrok'. 

m. 14d. (1). Senneyk (Line.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapelton and Elias 

de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Bobert son of Henry de Maneweden apiinst Edmund earl of Corn- 
wall, touching a tenement in. Westmmster, 1 1th June. 

m. 8d. (12). Setchey ("Sechych")* Great (Norf.); appointment of Boffer Love- 
day and Bobert de Ludham to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Henry son of Geoffrey de Lenn against William la 
Justice and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 7d. (52). Shalford (Essex); appomtment of John de Lovetot and R. de Hole- 

brok' to take the certification between Badulph de Badelesmere 
and Hamo FitzBichard and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 7d. (54). Shalford [Essex] ; association of Luke de Tany with the said John 

and B. to take the certification between same, touching a tenement 
in. 



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m. 28d. (36). Shangton ('* ShaDketoa '') (Leic.) ; appointmeot of Nicholas de 

Stapleton and Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of novel 
disseisin arraigned by Geoffrvj parson of the church of Shangton 
against William Le Estrange, touching common of pasture in. 

m. 6d- (13). Shap (** Sap' '*) (Westmorel.) ; appointment of Geoffrey A^iUon 

and Alan de Walkingham to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Roger Buleman against Richard Brun and others, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. Sid. (53). Shardlow (Derb.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias 

de Bekingham to take the certification arraigned by Herbert de 
Clifton against Ranulph de Weston, touching a tenement in. 

m. 12d. (30). Sharpies (Lane.) ; appointment of Ceofirey Aguillon and Alan de 

Walkingham to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by 
Roger son of Adam de Sharpe against Richard de Ormeston, 
touching a mesuage and land in. 

m. 8d. (9). Sbefton (Leic.) ; appointment of Nicholas dc Stapleton and Elias de 

Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by John 
de Friseby and Amice his wife against the abbat of Croxton and 
others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 4d. (39). Sheldwich (Kent) ; appointment of John de Cobham and Roger de 

Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Radulph 
de Wodegate against Pauline late wife of Robert de Chaumpaigne 
and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. I7d. (6). Shelueston and Opunmyngham (Kent) ; appointment of John de 

Cobham and Roger de Leicester to take the assise of novel dissebin 
arraigned by Stephen son of Stephen de Gore against the prior of 
the Holy Trinity, Canterbury, and John son of John le Packere, 
touching a tenement in. 

zn. 27d. (29). Shenescote (Glouc.) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and Giles de 

Berkeley take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Margery 
de Shirebum against Nicholas de Shireburn, touching a tenement 
in. 

m. 19d. (58). Shenfield (Essex) ; appointment of John de Lovetot and Roger de 

Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Amice 
daughter of William de Shenefeld against Guy son of William de 
Shenefeld, touching a tenement in. 

m. lid. (69). Shenfield (Essex) ; appointment of John de Lovetot and Roger de 

Leicester to take the jury arraigned by Guy de Shenefeld against 
Amice daughter of William de Shenefeld, touching a tenement in. 

m. 9d. (42). Shenley (Bucks) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and Geoffrey do 

Leukenore to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by 
William son of William de Jarpenvill against Thomas le Poylle 
and Sarah FitzWilliam, touching rent in. 

m. 18d. (41). Shenley, Great, and Little Shenley (Bucks) ; appointment of Robert 

Fulconis and Robert Malet to take the assise of mort dancestor 
arraigned by John son of John de Kerselawe against John sou of 
Warin de Houton and others, touching possessions in. 

m. 27 (15). Sherborne, the castle of; mandate to John de Somersete, constable 

of, to commit to the custody of John de Cormalies, sheriff of 
Dorset, the outer bailey (" forinsecum ballium ") of, to keep the 
King's prisoners in, during pleasure. Winchester, 26th December. 

m. 9d. (80). Sherborne (** Schyreburn "), Monk (Southt.) ; appointment of Robert 

Fulconis and William de Brayboef to take the assise of novel 
disseisin arraigned by Nicholas Walkelyn against Joan Walkelyn 
and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 18d. (39). Sherrington (« Scbrinton ") (Bucks) ; appointment of Robert Ful- 
conis and Robert Malet to take the attaint arraigned by Roger le 
Ridere against Richard le Clerk and others, touching a tenement 
in. 



156 APPENDIX TO THE FORTY-NINTH REPORT OF THE 

No. 1. — Calendar of Patent Rolls : 8 Edward I. — continued. 

m. 17d. (47). Shirburn (Oxf.) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and Robert Malet 

to take the assise arraigned by Alice Not against Richard de 
Bornhull and Richard FitzQilbert, touching common of pasture in. 

m. ISd. (15). Shirburn (Oxf.)) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and Robert Malet 

to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned bj Alice Notte 
against Roger Burghefeld, touching common of pasture in. 

m. ISd. (52). Shirebrooke (Derb.) ; appointment of Nicholas du Stapelton and Elias 

de Bekingham to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by 
Hugh son of John Fitz-Robert against Radulph Glynnum and 
Beatrix his wife, touching a mesuage and land in. 

m. lOd. (4). Shirley (Southt.) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and William de 

Brayboef to take the assise of liovel disseisin arraigned by Hugh 
le Graunt against Nicholas de Schirly and others, touching a 
tenement in. 

Shitebrok' (Lane.) ; see Skidbrook. 

m. 12d. (60). Sholdeford (Devon) ; appointment of Walter de Wimbome and 

Thomas de S. Vigor to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by Richard de Sholdeford and Alice his wife against Robert 
Harecoch' and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. Id. (6). Sholden (** Solden **) (Kent) ; appointment of John de Cobham and 
Roger de Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by Roger de Kaunvill against John de Stouren, touching a tene- 
ment in. 

m. 16d. (78). Sholthyr (Lane.) ; appointment of Geoffrey Aguillon and Alan de 

Walkingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
William son of Henry de Holdholm against Geoffrey de Hulme 
and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. Id. (9). Shoreham (Suss.) ; appointment of John de Cobham and Roger de 

Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by John 
Page against Philip le Shipwrighte, touching a tenement in. 

m. I3d. (18). Shotinton (Salop) ; appointment of Radulph de Hengham and Regi- 
nald de Legh* to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by the 
prior of Grand Mont against the abbat of Pool (" de la Pole *') and 
others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 4d. (11). Shotewell (Oxf.) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and Robert Malet 

to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by William de 
Molynton against Richard de Ordlowescote and others, touching 
land in. 

m. 8d. (52). Shots well (Warw.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias 

de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Richard de Ordlescote against Robert Wardaud, touching common 
of pasture in. 

m. 24d. (26). Shouldham (Norf.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday and Robert de 

Ludham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by John 
Trussebut against John Ernald and Theobald his brother, touching 
a tenement in. 

Shouldham (Norf.) ; «« Wolfcrton. 

m. 23d. (38). Shrewsbury (Salop) ; appointment of Radulph de Hengham and 

Reginald de la Lcyc to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned 
by Robert le Bucher against Richard le Mareschal, touching a 
mesuage in. 

m. 2ld« (19). Shrewsbury ("Salop ") (Essex ? Salop) ; appointment of Radulph de 

Hengham and Reginald de Legh to take the assise of novel dis- 
seisin arraigned John de Salop, against Roger le Paumer and 
others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 1 2d. (61). Shrewsbury (Salop) ; appointment of Radulph de Hengham and 

Reginald de Legh to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by Robert Poche and Elena his wife against Richard son of John 
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m. 9d. (60). Shrewsbury (Salop) ; appointment of same to take a similar assise 

arraigned bj Philip le Especer, of Gloucester, and Lucy his wife 
against Alice Wyldegos and others, touching a tenement in the 
suburb of. 

m. 9d. (72). Shrewsbury, and the suburb of (Salop) ; appointment of same to 

take the jury of 24 knights arraigned by Richard Borry and 
Richard Fitz Alan against Alice Wyldegos, of Shrewsbury, touching 
two shops and land in. 

m. 5d« (47). Shrewsbury (Salop) ; appointment of Reginald de Legh and John 

FitzAer to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Alan 
Strauloue against Richard Fits Akin and others, touching a tene- 
ment in the suburb of. 

m. 7d. (55). Shrewsbury ; commission of gaol delivery for, to Robert Corbet, 

William Bagot, Alan de Glasleye, and Robert de Knightel'. 

m. 14d. (7). Shrewton (" Shireueton' ") (Wilts) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis 

and William de Braiboef to take the assise of mort dancestor ar- 
raigned by Sibyl daughter of Nicholas le Feure against William 
son of Walter *' in " Bury and William de Rol}eston\ touching a 
mesnage and land in. 

Shutebrok' (Line.) ; see Sudbrook. 

m. 2d. (57). Sibbertoft (Northt.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias 

de Bekingham to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by 
Nicholas son of Nicholas le Archer against Master Nicholas do 
Musle, touching a mesuage and land in. 

m. Id. (14). Silsoe (" Siuelisbo ") (Beds.) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and 

Walter de Agmodesbam to take the assise of novel disseisin ar- 
raigned by John de Bray against Radulph FitzRichard and others, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 8 (1). Simonetti, John, Bonroncinus, and Richard Godechun ; volumus, 
(cedule.) rogamus, and mandamus to, to advance by way of loan to Otto de 
Grandison, sent to the court of Rome on certain special business 
of the King, the sums which he has asked for from them vivft voce, 
at the times when and in the places where the said Otto shall 
enjoin in the King^s name. Hampton, 26th July, 8 Edward I. 

[At the bottom of the cedule are the wonls : — ** Vacat quia 
" restitnta fiiit et cancellata et peounia soluta."] 

HL 19 (8). Sinemuro, Master Walter de, a canon of Amiens ; safe-conduct to, 
in going to parts beyond seas, with his household, moneys (old and 
new), &c. Westminster, 15th May. 

Siresham (Northt.) ; see Syresham. 

m. I7d. (8S). Siston (Glouc.) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and Giles de 

Berkeley to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by William 
de Mohon against Matilda Walrand and others, touchmg a tene- 
ment in. 

m. 5 (4). Skercroft, Robert de ; pardon to, for having caused the death of 
William Bateman, as it appears by the testimony of William de 
Saham and his colleagues, justices in eyre in co. York, that he did 
so by misadventure. Appleby, 30th August. 

m. 19d. (7). Skidbrook (" Skitbrok' ") (Line); appointment of Nicholas de 

Stapleton and Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of novel 
disseisin arraigned by Andrew son of Radulph atte Chirche against 
William son of Radulph atte Chirche and others, touching a tene- 
ment in. 

m. 6d. (91). Skidbrook (" Shitebrok ") (Line.) ; appointment of Nicholas de 

Stapleton and Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of novel 
disseisin arraigned by Margaret daughter of Thomaz le Nome, 
Agnes and Matilda her sisters, against Peter Galle and others, 
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No. 1.— Calendar of Patent Bolls : 8 Edward I. — conHnued, 

m. 9d« (68). Slaley (« Blaael ") (Northnmbr.) ; appointment of Geoffirey AgaiUon 

and Alan de Walkinghem to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned bj Eustace de Turbnrvill and Agnes his wife against 
William de Slaueley, touching a tenement in. 

nu 6d. (20). Sleagill C< Slegiile ") (Westmorel.) ; appointment of Geoffrey 

Aguillon and Alan de WaUcingham to take the assise of mort 
dancestor arraigned by William son of Gilbert de Slegiile against 
Gilbert son of uilbert de Slegiile, touching possessions m. 

Slinfold (Suss.) ; see Rudgwick. 

Smallrise (Suff.) ; see Sandon. 

m. 7d. (47). Snape (Lane.) ; appointment of Geoffirey Ap;uil}on and Alan de 

Walkiogham to take the assise •f novel disseisin arraigned by 
Gilbert son of Henry de Scnresbrok' against Gilbert de Halsale 
and William le Botiller^ touchiag a tenement in. 

m. 12d« (35). Snibston (*< Snipston '') (Leic.) ; appointment of Badulph de Hen^- 

ham and Reginald de Legh to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Margery daughter of Philip de Snipston against 
Radulph de FoleviLl and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 27d. (18). Snitterton (Derb.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias 

de Bekingbam to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Robert de Dethek' agaiast Jordan son of Gerard de Sutton and 
Amice his wife, touching a tenement in. 

m. 2d. (56). Snorscomb (*' Snoscumbe '*) (Northt.) ; appointment of Nicholas de 

Stapleton and Elias de Bekingbam to take the assise of novel dis- 
seisin arraigned by Hugh le Botiler, of Snorscomb, against John 
Level, junior, touching a tenement in. 

m. 20d. (42). Sodbury (''Sobbur'**) (Glouc.) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis 

and Giles de Berkeley to take the assise of mort dancestor ar- 
raigned by Elias de Pukelechirche. against William de Legh and 
Matilda his wife, touching two mesuages in. 

m. 4d. (71). Sodbury, Chipping (Glouc.) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and 

Grtles de Berkeley to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned 
by William de Leghe and Matilda his wife against John de 
Hinewik', touching three mesuages in. 

m. Id, (67). Soddington (" Sudinton ") (Wore.) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis 

and Giles de Berkeley to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned 
by Radulph son of Richard de Sodynton against Roger de Mortimer 
the elder, touching two parts of the manor of. 

m. 16d. (12). Sodington^ Master Thomas de ; mandate to, to inquire and do justice 

as to a contention between Isabella de Fortibus, countess of Albe- 
marle, and Edmund earl of Cornwall, touching the wood of Suyndon 
which the said countess asserted to pertain to her manor of 
Harewod, and to have been occupied by Richard formerly King of 
Almain, father of the said earl (and whose heir he is), upon 
'MATgery de Rivers, grandmother, and Baldwin earl of Devon, 
brother of the said countess, and to be unjustly detained by the 
said earl of Cornwall ; the said parties having consented in the 
King*s Bench that the said contention should be heard and deter- 
mined by the said Master Thomas. Westminster, 27th May. 

Somersby (Line) ; see Tetford. 

m. 14 (3). Somerset, co. ; appointment of Solomon de Rochester, Richard de 
Boylaund, Robert Fulconis, and William de Brayboef as justices 
itinerant for common pleas in, ** hac vice/' with a mandate of in- 
tcndenco and respondence in pursuance to the men of the county. 
Westminster, 8th Juno. 

ra. 18 (48). Somerton, East, West Somerton, Winterton, Hemsby, Scratby 
(" Scrouteby **), Great Yarmouth, Marthani, Horsey, Waxham 
(" Waxtunesham**)* and Melwod (Norf.) ; appointment of Thomas 
de Weyland and Robert de Ludham to take the assise of novel 
disseisin arraigned by John de Tyueteshale and Jul[iana] his wife 



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No. L— -Calendar of Patent Rolls : 8 Edward I. — continued. 

agaixut Petronilla late wife of William de Fleg and others, toaching 
a tenement in. 

m. 12d. (26). Sompting (" Suntinge") (Suss.) ; appointment of John de Cobham 

and Roger de Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
bj William son of Alan de Luchepol against Andrew de Luchepol 
" id John Beruns, toaching a tenement in. 

S ^adon (Staff.) ; see Sandon. 

m. 19d. (65). Soulbury (*• Solebur' ") (Bucks) j appointment of Robert Fulconis 

and Robert Malet to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Robert son of David de Solebur* against John son of Radulph de 
Merston, toaching a tenement in. 

m. Sd. (41). Southacre (Norf.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday and Robert de 

Ludham to take the attaint arraigned by Emma Tusard of 
Southacre against John le Keu, of Snettisham, touching a tenement 
in. 

in. 9 (12), Southampton ; conge d'elire to the canons of the priory of S. Denis 
near, vice Nicholas de Hampton, the late prior of, resigned and 
ceded. Windsor, 14th July. 

m. 8 (9). Southampton ; assent to the election of Henry de Hameldon, a canon 
of the priory of S. Denis near, as prior of. Langley, 20th July. 

m. 6 (4). Southampton, the priory of S. Denis near ; restitution of temporalities 
to Henry de Hameledon', a canon of, as prior-elect of, his election 
having been confirmed by J. archbishop of Canterbury, and his 
fealty taken ; and mandate of intendencc and respandcnce to the 
tenants of the priory in favour of, Coningburgh', 8th August. 

m. 6 (5). Concurrent mandate of livery in pursuance to William de Hamelton, 
keeper of the bishopric of Winchester. 

in. 24d. (72). Southampton ; appointment of Geoffrey de Picheford and W. de 

Hamelton to take the assise of novel cusseisin arraigned by Robert 
de Barkflete against John Beneyt, junior, and others, touching a 
tenement in the suburb of. 

in. 84d. (78). Southampton ; appointment of same to take a similar assise arraigned 

by Robert le Mercer against John Wrangy, touching a tenement 
in. 

m. 24d. (74). Southampton ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and William de 

Brayboef to take a similar assise arraigned by Sibil daughter of 
John Pay against Hawise Paye and others, touching a tenement in 
the suburb of. 

m. 18d. (75). Southampton ; appointment of same, to take a similar assise arraigned 

by John de Molyns and Agnes his wife against Giles le Flemming* 
and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 9d. (93). Southampton ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and William de 

Brayboef to take the assise arraigned by Richer Demichevaler 
against Robert Bouet, touching a way stopped in the suburb of. 

tn. 24d. (59). Southery (Norf.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday and Robert de 

Ludham to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by John 
de Spania and Alexander FitzReginald against John Lamberd, 
touching a mesuage and land in. 

m. I5d. (18). Southwark (Surr.) ; appointment of Radulph de Henghamand John 

de Cobham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by John 
de Mortimer and Jocosa his wife and Adam de Kingesmed' against 
Radulph Pole and others, touching a tenement in. 

XB. 14d. (36). Southwark (Surr.) ; appointment of John de Cobham and Roger de 

Leicester to take the jury arraigned by Simon de Hadestok* 
against John de la Watre and Robert de Lokesleye, touching a 
mesuage in. 

m. 2d. (60). Southwark (Surr.) ; appointment of John de Cobham and Roger de 

Leicester to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by Alex- 
ander de Balliol and Is. his wife against the prior of S. John of 
Jerusalem in England, touching a garden in. 



160 AFPSNDIX TO THE FORTT-NINTM BBPORT OP THE 

No. 1. — Calendar of Patent Rolb: 8 Edwurd I. — eontiaved. 

m. 3(1. (:11). Sonthirick (Suss.) i appoiDtment of John de Cobhrnm snil Baser de 
Leicester to take ihu oui.se of mort danocttor &rrw(^ed b; Williani 
de GoliliDgham and I». bii wife, Willism Gnundjn and Matilda his 
vife aguuit Itadulph FitiFetn, touoluD)c land in. 

m. 7d. (87). Sowetby ("Bonrehy") (Weatiiiorel.)! appotatmentofMasterThomaB 
de SodJDgton and Hugh de Kendal (o talie th ~ aisise of DOTel 
diaseisio arraigned by Agnes btte wife of itobert ion uf Alan de 
SoDrby againtt Tfaonuu de Uelbek', touching a teneioent in. 

in. 18 (16). Spalding (Line.) ; appointment of Nicbolaa de Stapleton and Kliss 
de Bekinghnm to uko the assise of novel dineisin Brraigned by 
Richard «on of Walter Pa^ro against Itobert Spiking and William 
Huluerenbeued, toucliing a tenement in. 

m. Si. (64). Spalding (Line.) ; appointment of Nicholas dc Stapleton and Eliai de 
Bekingham to take the assise of novel dis<ieisin arraigned by 
Biebttrd FitiSimon aud Elvlaa big vife against Gilbert le Grom and 
otben, toucbiag a ImemPDt in. 
Spanby (Line.) ; lee Thrpcfcingham. 

m. 7d. (90). Spemall (" Spcruore ") (Warw.) j appointniciil of Iladulpb de Hcnfi- 
ham and Henry de Sheldau to take the assise of novel diweism 
arraigned by the prioress of Cokebitl a^inst Philip DutummI and 
olhen<, toucbiag a tenement in. 
Speitisburj (Don.) ; tee Crawford. 

m. S4d. (3). Spiiworth (" Spikisword ") (Norf.) j Bppoiatmcnt of Roger Loveday 
and Robert <le Ludbam to take the jury armigned by Thomas 
Burdolf against Jorduu dc Oestun, t')uching a tcoement Jo. 
Spixvordi (NorF.) ; itt Frettenham. 
ID. Sid. (17). Spratton ("Sprutton") (Northl.) j appointment of Nicholas do 
SlapletoD and Elias de Bekiugham lo lake Ibe assise of mort 
daucestor arraigned by John rod of William de Northampton 
against Hogii son of Simou de Crtton, touching posaessions iu. 
m. 84d. (86). Spree (Devon) ) appointment of Raduiph de Hengham and Waller 
de Heliun to take the nssi&c of novel disseisin arraigned by John 
de Waletinche against Willinm le Puuero and others, touching a 



1. ]6d. (33). Spiingeboes', ItogCT de, appointracat of, to inquire as to certain evil- 
doers unknown wandering in coe. ^lop and SiuSord, and com- 
mitting homicides and other crimes, WeslminMer, 27th May. 

m. 18 (82). Sproughton ("Sprutton '■) (Sufi.) ; appoinimem of Roger Loveday 
and Itobert de Ludham to take the nisiiie arraigced by William 
Warjn against John dc Aungeniile and William Kussel, touching 
a fosse levied in. 

I. I3d. (11). Sproughton (Sufi.) ; appointment of Thoiiii 
Laoctot lo take the assise of novel diss 
Gaunsel against Roger Luueday, touching a tenement ii 

n, Sd. (14). Sproughton (Sufl.) ; appoinlment of John de Lovetot and K. du 
Bois to lake the assise of novel disseisiu arraigned by William de 
la Kyuere against Manser de Dordcsowe, touching a lenetncut in. 

a. 3d. (45). Sprongbton (Sufi.) ; appointment of Kobert de Ludham and Roger de 
Leicester to takH the attaint arraigned by William Waryn, of 
Sproughton, against John Dugeuitl and William Rusael, touching 
a fOBie levied in. 

n. Id. (86). Sproughton (Suff.) ; appointment of John de Lovetot and Bobert 
de Ludham to take the aisise of novel disseisin arraigned by Hugh 
de Wycham against Roger Luaedajr and other*, tondiing a 

1. 5d. (Si). Staines (Iilidds.) ; appointment of John de 0)bhiim and Rcwer de 
. - ..,._.. .- r J. _ raigned by John son 



DEPUTE KEEPER OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS. IGl 

No. 1. — Calendar of Patent Kolls : 8 Edward I. — continued, 

m. 16d. (54). StfliDbara (" Steynbum ") (Cumbr.) ; appointment of Geoffrey 

Aguillon and Alan de Walkingbam to take the assise of novel 
disseisin arraigned by Adam FitsThomas against the abbat of S. 
Mary York and others, toncbing a tenement in. 

in. 6d. (21). Staintoa, Great (Cambr.) ; appointment of Geoflnrey Agaillon and 

Alan de Walkingham to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned 
by Adam son of Gilbert de Ilotou against Robert son of Gervase 
de Tympanron, touching a toft and land in. 

m. 24d. (89). Stainton (Line.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias de 

Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Robert 
le Venar and Alice his wife against Peter de Goasil and others, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 17d. (43). Stainton-near-Wuddiogham (Line.) ; appointment of Nicholas de 

Stapleton and Elias de Rekingham to take the assise of novel 
disseisin arraigned by Geoffrey de Hakthorn and Margery his 
wife against Alan de Roxby and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 18 (22). Stalham (Norf.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday and Robert de 

Ludham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Adam 
son of Richard dc Berton against Robert vicar of the cliarch of 
Ludham and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 13d. (20). Stallingborough (Line.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapelton and 

Klias de Bekingham to take the assii$e of novel disseisin arraigned 
by William son of Walter Gosse against Isabel de Arcy and others, 
touching common of pasture in. 

m. 7d. (51). Stallingborough (Line.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and 

Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by Radulph sen of Richard Northiby and Thomas his brother 
against Is. Darcy and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 5d. (32). Stallingborough (Line.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and 

Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by Walter Fit z A Ian against Is. de Arcy and others, touching 
common of pasture in. 

m. 5d. (44). Stallingborough (Line.) ; appointment of same to take the attaint 

arraigned by Is. de Arcy against William son of Walter Gosse, 
touching common of pasture in. 

Stallingborough (Line.) ; see Bradle3\ 

m. 2 Id. (11). Stamford (Line.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias 

de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Lecia de Amerton against Elena daughter of Radulph Page, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 5d. (71). Stamford- ("Stanford"), commission of gaol delivery for, to 

Alexander de Montfort, Nicholas de Ry, Alexander de Triking- 
ham, and John Picot. 

m. 12 (6). Stanebrugg', Simon de ; simple protection to. 

m. 2 Id. (10). Stanford (Notts); appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias 

de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Joan late wife of William de Trowell against Richard de Trowell 
and Matilda late wife of William Poj^ne, of Rotinton, touching a 
tenement in. 

m. 24d. (2). Stanley, King*s (Glouc.) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and Giles 

de Berkeley to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by Hugh 
de Barsham against William de Barsham, touching a mesuage and 
land in. 

Stannynr (Lane.) ; see Staynolf. 

m. Id. (29). Stanore and Minster (" Menestr' *') (Kent) ; appointment of John de 

Cobham and Roger de Leicester lo take the assise of novel 
disseisin arraigned by the abbat of S. Augustine's against John 

m. Id. (80). Coleman and others, toncbing a tenement in ; and the assise 
arraigned by the said abbat against Stephen Bruu and others, 
touching a tenement in Stanore. 

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162 APPENDIX TO THE FOBTY-NINTH BEPOBT OF THE 

No. 1. — Calendar o£ Patent Rolb : 8 Edward I^ — continued. 

m. Id. (39). Stanore and Minster [Kent] ; association of Soger de Northwode 

with John de Cobham and Roger de Leicester to take the assise 
of novel disseisin arraigned by the abbat of 8. Augustine's Can- 
terbury against John Ooleman and others, touching a tenement in ; 

m« Id. (40). and a similar assise arraigned by the said abbat against Stephen 
Bmn and others, touching a tenement in Stanore. 

m. Id. (43). Stanore and Minster (Kent) ; appointment of Thomas de Weyhind 

and John de Oobham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by the said abbat against the said John and others, touching a 

m. Id. (44). tenement in ; and the assise arraigned by the said abbat against 
Stephen Brun and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 14d. (30). Stanstead (Herts) ; appointment of John de Lovetot and Roger de 

Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by William 
de Thele against the abbat of Waltham and others, touching a 
tenement in. 

m. 14d. (46). Stanstead (Herts) ; appointment of John de Lovetot and Roger de 

Leicester to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by n illiam 
son of William Swet against the abbat of Waltham and others, 
touching a mesuage in. 

m. 24d« (54). Stanton, Long (Cambr.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday and Robert 

de Ludham to take itte assise of novel disseisin arraigned by John 
le Belwere and Constance his wife and Andrew son of the said 
John against Katherine late wife of Roger le Clerk and others, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 18 (24). Stanton, Long, and Over (Cambr.) ; appointment of Boger Loveday 

and Robert de Ludham to take the jury arraigned by Robert son of 
William le Clerk against Laurence le Feure and Amice his wife, 
touching two mesuagee and land in. 

m. lid. (86). Stanton Lacy and Halton («Halghton") Prior's (Salop) ; appoint- 
ment of Radulph de Hengham and Reginald de Legh to take the 
assise arraigned by Nicholas Eylrich against Roger Eylrich and 

m. lid. (87). others, touching a tenement in ; and the assise arraigned |by the 

said Nicholas against William de Cion', touching a tenement in 

m. 1 Id. (88). Stanton Lacy ; and the assise arraigned by the said Nicholas against 

John Andreu, of Sduentoui touching a tenement in Stiuenton. 

m. aid. (7). Stanton Redmarley (Wore.) ; appointment of Robert Fuloonis and 

Giles de Berkeley to take the assise of mort dancestor amugned by 
William son of John le Clerk against William le Clerk, of Staunton, 
touching a mesuage and land in. 

m. 18d« (61). Stanway (Essex) ; appointment of John de Cobham and Roger de 

Leicester to take Uie assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Giles 
Bastard against Reginald Hayne and others, touching a tenement 
in. 

m. 18 (62). Stanway, Little (Essex) ; appointment of John de Lovetot and Roger 
de Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Giles 
Bastard against Reginald Hayne and others, touching a tenement 
in, 

m. lOd. (54). Stanwell (Midds.) ; appointment of John de Lovetot and Roger de 

licicester to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by Agnes 
de Stanwell against Roger le Neuman, touching a mesuage in. 

m. 12d. (50). Stapelford (Dors.) ; appointment of Walter de Wimbome and Thomas 

de S. Vigor to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Richard le fiz de Stapilford against John Serich' and others, 
touching possessions in. 

m. 14d. (25), Stapleford-Tawney (Essex) ; appointment of John de Luuetot and 

Roger de Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Richard de la Neyte against William Fitz-Augustine and others, 
touching a tenement in. 

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DEPUTT KEEPER OF THE PUBLIC BECOSDS. 163 

No. 1. — Calendar of Patent Rolls : 8 Edward Ir-^-continued. 

m. 15d« C^7). Stapleton, Nicholas de, and Elias de Bekingham ; appointment of, to 

inquire as to the trespasses of Geofirej de Nevil] and Margaret his 
wife and others in hunting in the domain hinds of the prior of 
Thomholm in Applehy, Santon C' Sandton ")» i^i^d Rishy [line.], 
in which the said Geoffrey and others claim free warren, and not 
j permitting the said prior or his men to hunt therein, and making 

I attacks upon them ; and to hear and determiue the suit touching 

the said trespasses. Westminster, 5th June. 

m. 14d. (II). Stapleton, Nicholas de, and Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of 

noTcl disseisin arraigned by William Fitx-Banolph against Peter 
atte Welle, of Althorpe (<*'Ardelthorp'"), and others [sic in 
orig.]. 

m. 11 (18). Stapleton, Robert de; grant to, in fee simple, to, for good service in 

Ireland, of 100 solidates of land out of the wastes in Connanght. 
^ Odiham, 27th June. 

m. 6d. (66). Staueley Godemnnd ( Westmorel.) ; appointment of Geoffrey Aguillon 

and Alan de Walkingham to take the assise arraigned by Joan 
daughter of Gilbert de Hauteclo against Thomas CoUan, touching 
a way stopped in. 

m. 6d. (18), Stauellay Godemnnd (Westmorel.) ; appointment of Geoffi>ey Aguillon 

and Alan de Walkingham to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Joan daughter of Gilbert de Hauteclo against Thomas 
Collan, touching common of pasture in. 

m. 35 (28). 8taaeye, Perrot, and Guy Ferre ; grant to, of 51/. lis. a year out of 

the farm of the manors of Drax and Basene, late of Lettice de 
Kaynes, deceased (who held them in dower out of the inheritance 
of John Paynell, deceased) during the minority of the heirs of the 
aforesaid John ; and grant to the aforesaid Perrot and Guy of 10 
librates of land in the King's wards in the ballivate of Radulph de 
Sandwich, to be assigned to them by the said Radulph, and held 
during the minority of the heirs of the said ward. Winchester, 
6th January. 

m. ISd. (S9). Staynolf and Stannynr (Lane.) ; appointment of Geoffrey Aguillon 

and Alan de Walkingham to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by John Beaufrund and WUliam Hanerel against John 
FitxJohn and Simon de Hamelton, touching common of pasture 
in. 

m. 18d. (48). Steeping, Little (Line.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and 

Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by Richard Sparwe against William son of Robert le Bercher and 
others, tonehing a tenement in. 

m. lOd. (7). Stepney (" Stibbenheth ") (Midds.) ; appointment of Thomas de 

Weyland and John de Lovetot to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Conrad le Arblaster against Henry le Waleys and 
others, touching a tenement in. 

m. Id. (41). Stepney (" Stibbenheth ") (Midds.) ; appointment of John de Lovetot 

and Roger de Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by Richard le Keu against Roger Grimbaud and Hugh Ace, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. lOd. (48). Stepney (Midds.) ; appointment of John de Lovetot and John de Cob- 
ham to take a similar assise between same, touching a tenement in. 

m. 13d. (48). Steventon C' Estiuinton '') (Berks) ; appointment of Robert Fnlconis 

and Robert Malet to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by Henry Simyan and Robert TurberuilP against James de Neweber' 
and others, touching a tenement in. 

Di. 18 (89). Sthoke and Heogfeld (Herts) ; appointment of John de Cobham and 

Roger de I»eicester to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned 
by William le Forester against Simon Gobynn and Alice his wife 
and Margery de Slepe, touching pos.ses8ions in. 

Stibbenheth (Midds.) ; aee Stepney. 

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164 APPENDIX TO THE FOBTY-NINTH REPOBT OP THE 

No. I. — Calendar of Patent Rolls : 8 Edward I. — continued^ 

m. 24d. (60). Stilton (HuDts) ; appointment of Roger Loveday and Robert de 

Lndham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Walter 
parson of the church of Stilton against Richard prior of Bis^emede 

m. 24d. (61). and others, touching a tenement in ; and a similar assise arraigned 

by the said Walter against the said Richard and Richard de Corn- 
waille, touching common of pat^turc in the same Wll. 

m. 5d. (67). Stilton (Xorf.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday and Robert de 

Lndham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Nicholas 
son of Henry de Beningfeld against Walter de Dene, parson of the 
church of Stilton, toucliing common of pasture in. 

Stinchcombe (Glouc.) ; set Newent. 

Stiuenton (Salop) ; aee Stanton Lacy. 

m. lOd. (61). Stock', Lu (Herts) ; association of Robert Malet with Geoffrey de 

Picheford to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by John 
Sampson against Master Henry Sampson, touching a tenement in. 

m. 9d. (8). Stock*, La (Herts) ; appointment of the said Geoffrey and Robert to 
take a similar assise arraigned by the said John against the said 
Master Henry and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 17d. (1). Stockerston (*' Stoksaston *') (Leic.) ; appointment of Nicholas de 

Stapleton and Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of noveT 
disseisin arraigned by the prior of Bradley against William Murdak V 
touching common of pasture in. Westminster, 26th May. 

m. 17d. (25). Stockerston (Leic); appointment of same to take a similar assise 

arraigned by Thomas de Blaston against William Murdak' and 
others, touching common of pasture in. 

m. 5d. (50). Stockerston (" Stocsaston ") (Leic.) ; appointment of Nicholas de 

Stapleton and Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of novel 
disseisin arraigned by Ricluird de Ronuill against William Murdak, 
touching common of pasture in. 

m. 20d. (27). Stockton (** Stocton *'), Little (Salop) ; appointment of Radulph de 

Hengham and Reginald de Lcgh to take the assise of novel 
disseisin arraigned by Thomas de Mere against Rubert Body and 
others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 5d. (65). Stodlegh (Line.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias de 
Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Richard son of William de Grentenak' in Stodley against Peter de 
Wolfe Wardington and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 19d. (40). Stok' (Herts) ; appointment of John de Ck)bham and Roger de 

Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Geoffrey 
de Querendon against Ranalph de la Stok*, touching a tenement 
in. 

m. 9d. (16). Stoke near-Aylesbury (Bucks) ; appointment of Robert Fulconi» 
and Geoffrey de Leukenore to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by John de Aspceuiel against Master Roger Gue,touching^ 
common of pasture in. 

m. 25d. (56). Stoke Ferry (Norf.) ; appointment of Roper rx>veda^ and John dc 

Metingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Roger 
de Nodariis and Isabel his wife against John de Stokes anA others, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 16d. (17). Stoke Ferry (Norf.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday and Robert de 

Ludham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Richard 
Mayle against the prior of Shouldham and others, touching a 
tenement in. 

m. 8d. (47). Stoke (Notts) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Thomas 
Folejamb to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Richard 
Ingram against Geofifrey le Botiller and others, touching common 
of pasture in. 

m. 8d. (53). Stoke (Notts) ; appointment of same to take the attaint arraigned 

by Agnes daughter of Richard le Gob, Joan and Alice her sisters, 
against Henry le Paumer, touching a tenement in. 



DEPUTY KEEPER OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS. 165 

No. 1. — Calendar of Patent Rolls : 8 Edward I. — continueiL 

m. 2 Id. (45). Stoke Bardolph (Notts) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and 

Klias de Bekiogliam to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by Henry le Paumer against Joan daughter of Richard Goyz, 
touching a tenement in. 

in. lOd. (21). Stoke-near-Farndon (Notts) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton 

and Eliaa de Bekiugham to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Isabel de Stok' against Robert de Ormesby and others, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 3d. (38). Stoke Talmage (« Stokethalcmache ") (Oxf.) ; appointment of 

Robert Fulconis and Robert Malet to take the assise of novel 
disseisin arraigned by lAurence de Sandwich and Joan his wife 
againiit Richard abbat of Thame and others, touching a tenement 
in. 

m. 7d. (45). Stoke by Nayland (** Stoke Neylaund") (Suff.) ; appointment of 

Roger Loveday and Robert de Ludham to take the assise of novel 
disseisin arraigned by Henry son of Silvester de Bures against 
William de Clopton and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 9d. (I). Stoke (Surr.) ; appointment of John de Cobham and Roffer de 

Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Walter 
Pinbik' against Henry de Aldham and others, touching a tenement 
in. Graddesden, 22nd July. 

m. 27d. (57). Stokenchurch (" Stockingchirche ") (Oxf.) ; appointment of Robert 

Fulconis and William de Brayboef to take the assise arraigned by 
Geoffrey de Mori' against Itadulph de Yerney, touching a hedge 
destroyed in. 

m. I7d« (62). Stokenchurch (Oxf.) ; appointment of Robert Falconis and Robert 

Malet to take the assise arraigned by Geoffrey de Morle against 
Radulph de Vernay, touching a fosse levied in. 

m. 15 (3). Stokes, Semann de, ^ing by licence to parts beyond seas, protection 
to, with clause : Vol%anu9. Westminster, drd June. 

m. 12d. (15). Stokes (Surr.) ; appointment of John de Cobham and Roger de 

Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Henry 
de Aldeham against John Ic Newebakere, touching a tenement in. 

ED. 9d. (17). Stokton (Hunts); appointment of John de Lovetot and Roger de 

Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Bartholomew de Castre against Adam (or Ada) de Kreting, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 13d. (10). Stone (" Stanes ") (Staff.) ; appointment of Radulph de Hengham 

and Reginald de Legh to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by Agnes late wife of William de Emesden* against the prior of 
Stone (*' Stanes **^ and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 19d. (28). Stone ("Stanes") (Wore.) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and 

Giles de Berkeley to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Alma late wife of Walter de Stanes against Thomas de Stanes and 
others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 3 (5). Stornesworth, William de, a vagabond Monk of Selby ; precept for 
the arrest of. Westminster, dOth October. 

m. lid. (88). Stortford ("Sterteford ") (Herts) • appoiutment of John de Lovetot 

and Roger de Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Henry de Lanbel against Geoffrey de Mores, touching 
a tenement in. 

m. 4d. (8). Stow-with-Guy (Cambr.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday and 
Robert de Ludham to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned 
by William son of Richard Cok* against EnfVasia late w^ of 
Richard Cok*, touching a mesuage and land in. 

Stowe (Line.) ; nee Threckingham. 

itk* Id, (11). Stowmarket (Snff.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday and Robert de 

Ludham to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by Simon 
Harre against Walter de Nedham, touching a mesuage in. 






166 APPENDIX TO THE FOETY-NIJiTH BEPOBT OP THE 

No. 1. — Calendar of Patent Rolls : 8 Edward I. — continued. 
Stradleye (Beds) ; see Streatley. 

m. 16d. (40). Stradsett (Norf.) ; appointment of Koger Loyeday and Bobert de 

Ludham to take the assise of novel disseUin arraigned by Ivetta 
(or Jaetta) late wife of Robert de Cantilupe against Nicholas de 
Stradesete and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 5d. (55). Stradsett (Norf.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday and Robert de 

Ludham to take the asnse of novel disseisin arraigned by Mathew 
son of Robert de Stradesete against Nicholas de Stradesete and 
others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 14 (1). Stratford, the abbat of ; licence to, to sell, in his wood of Noteshaye, 
which is within the metes of the King's forest of Essex, 3 libates of 
wood anywhere where the sale will 1^ to the least loss to the King 
and the least detriment of the forest aforesaid. Westminster, 6th 
June. 

m. 18d. (37). Stratford (Suff.) ; appointment of Ro^er Loveday and Robert de 

Ludham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Walter 
Baudewyne against William de Mont Chesney and John Maadut, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. Id. (47). Stratford (Sufif.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday and Robert de 
Ludham to take the assise arraigned by Robert de Dyham against 
John de Wenham and others, touching a pond destroyed in. 

m. 15d. (2). Strattonnear-Hevingham (Norf.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday 

and Robert de Ludham to take the assise of mo0t dancestor 
arraigned by Richard de Tuppehay against William de Merkeshal' 
and John his son, touching land and rent in. 

m. 16d. (68). Stratton, Little (Norf.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday and Robert 

de Ludham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Bratholomew Hauteyn against William de Merkeshal and others, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 6d. (72). Stratton, Long (Norf.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday and Robert 

de Ludham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Ida 
Sturmyn against Robert Sturmyn and others, touching a tenement 
in. 

m. 18d. (8). Streatley (" Stradleye ") (Beds) ; appointment of Robert Pnlconis 

and Robert Malet to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Philip de Shireburne and Margaret his wife against Ranulph le 
Taillur, touching a tenement in. 

m. 24d. (34). Stretham (Cambr.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday and Robert de 

Ludham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Adam de 
Witheme and Alice his wife against Robert Bateman and others, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 8d. (14). Strengeston (Leic.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and 

Elias de Bckingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by the prioress of Gracedieu against Alan de Strengeston, touching 
common of pasture in. 

m. 18d. (67). Stretton, Galby, Dston (" Ilueston "), and Norton - near - Galby 

(Leic.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias de 
Bekingham to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by 
Henry son of Henry de Harecurt against Roger de Martinaus, 
toucMng rent in. 

m. 6d. (27). Strickland Kettle (" Slirkeland Ketel ") (Westmorel.) ; appointment 

of Geofirey Aguillon and Alan de Walkingham to take the assise 
of novel disseisin arraigned by Margaret de Rob against Nicholas 
de Leybum and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 6d. (22). Strickland, Little (Westmorel.) ; appointment of Geoffrey Aguillon 

and Alan de Walkingham to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Robert FitzThomas against Thomas de Mosegrave, 
touching common of pasture in« 



DEPUTY KEEPER OF THE PtJBLIO BEGOBDS 167 

No. 1.— Calendar of I'atent Rolls: 8 Edward I.—conHnued. 

m. 6d. (26). Strickland, Little (Westmorel.") ; appointment of same to take the 

assise of mort dancestor arraigned bj Thomas son of Thomas de 
Lonchre against Thomas de Mosegrave, touching land and wood 
in. 

in. 27d. (58). Strixton [Northt] ; association of Kobert Fulconis with Nicholas de 

Stapleton and Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of novel dis- 
seisin arrai^ed by Thomas Gnlafre a^nst Henry de Preeres 
and Joan his wife, touching a tenement in. 

m. 2 Id. (SO). Strixton (Northt.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and EHas 

de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Thomas Qolafre against Henry de Preers and others, touching a 
tenement in. 

m- 2 Id. (44). Strixton (** Striston ") and Wollaston (" Wullaueston ") (Northt.) ; 

appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias de Bekingham to 
take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Agatha late wife of 
Boger de Newbnrgh against. Helewise daughter of William de 
Newburgfa and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 12 (8). Strode, Master John de, going as a nuncio of the King to parts 

beyond seas ; protection to, with clause. 

m. lOd. (2). Studham (Beds) ; appointment of Kobert Fulconis and Robert 

Malet to take the assise of mort dancestor arrai^ed by Robert 
son of Robert de Cherlton against the abbess of Fontevrault and 
the prior of Grove, touching possessions in. 

m. 7d. (8). Studley ("Stodley") (Warw.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Staple- 

ton and Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Richard son of William de Gretenok* against Peter 
de Wolfewardington and others, touching a tenement in. 

in. 4d. (42). Sturmer, Haverhill, and Kedington (Essex) ; appointment of John 

de Lovetot and Boger de Leicester to take the assise of novel 
disseisin arraigned by Peter de Walpol and Alice his wife against 
Greoffirey Curpayl and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 18 (4). Stuting* (Kent) ; appointment of John de Cobham and Roger de 
Leicester to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by William 
de Kirkeby and Christiana his wife against the prior of Horton, 
touching land in. 

Sucreke (Norf.) ; see Creake, South. 

in. 2ld. (1). Sudbir', Hokeswod', and Fuleswarthy (Salop) ; appointment of 

Radulph de Hengham and Reginald de la Leye to take the assise 
of mort dancestor arraigned by Henr}' son of Henry le CSlerk, of 
Sudbir*, against Joan late wife of Radulph de Araz, touching 
possessions in. 

m. 17d. (40). Sudbrook («* Shutebrok'") (Line); appointment of Nicholas de 

Stapleton and Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of novel 
disseisin arraigned by Adam son of Hugh son of Geof&rey de 
Shutebrok' and Peter his brother against William son of Hugh de 
Shntebrok', touching a tenement in. 

m.' 7d. (62). Sudbury (" Subires ") (Suff.) ; appointment of Ro^er Lovedajr and 

Robert de Ludham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by Radulph del Orchard and William his brother against Geofifrey 
son of Alan de Meleford and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 7d. (63). Sudbury (Suff.) ; appointment of same to take the assise arraigned by 

Robert de Liketon against William bishop of Norwich and others, 
touching a way stopped in. 

Sttdinton (Wore.) ; tee Soddington. 

m. 88d« (82). Sunbury (Midds.) ; appointment of John de Cobham and Roger de 

Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Dennis 
Passelewe against John Bishop of London and others, touching a 
tenement in. 



168 APPENDIX TO THE rOKTY-STSTH BEPOBT OF THE 

No. 1.— Calendar of Patent Rolls : 8 Edward I. — continued. 

nj. ISti. (9S>. Snadridre (" Snodcresse ") (Kent) i tLppointmeotof JohndeCobham 
nnd Roger de Leii^cMer to take the asrase of novel disseiiJD 
anmipned by Henry de ApeidertWId Bgninlt Simon le Fellwerthetc 
and otb«rR, tonchiag a tenement iu. 
Saatinge (Suax.) ; Mce Somptiag. 

m. 13d. (l). SurliD(?haDi (Norf.) ; appointment of Itoger Loredaj and Bobert de 
Ludham to take tho jury arroigniMl by Nkhola« le Bret agoioEl 
John Deliile, toaebiug land in. Westminster, lOtb Jnoe. 

m, asd. (6). Sutbleye {■' Snlcyc "), Bartholomew de, and Thomaa de Bray j ap- 
pointment of, to hear anrl dclcnuinc the appeal of Joan de Bnckeby 
in tbe couuly conrt of Noithnmplon against Richard de Stratton 
and John de Coleshull, touchiug the di.'Bth of Roger le Cbareter 
her brother. Windsor, 27th Xovember. 

m, 14d. (9). Snthstoke (Warw.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapellon and Elias 
de Jtekingliam to take the RUJM of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Joan daughter of William de Asshcby against lladulph de Heng- 
ham, touching ibe manor of. 

m. U (Zi). Sathwerk, Tsaac de, a Jeir, of Southvark (" Sothwerk ") ; licence 
to, to sell to William de Sel«bnTo' a hoaw of his in the city of 
Wincbetter, to hold according to (he charter made by him, to ttie 
said William. Weslminsler, lOtb June. 
m. 33d. (14). Sutton-at-Hone (Kent) ; appointment of John dc Cobbamand Roget 
de Leicester to lake the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Alice 
late wife of Bobert de Ellham against Roger de Wested and 
other*, toucliing a leiicmenl in. 

m. 5d. (93). Sutlon (Jjanc.) ; appointment of Geoffrey Aguilton and Alan de 
Walkingham to take the a.isiH8 of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Robert ion of Kobert de Sutton against KobiTl son of John de 
Sulton, touching a tenement in, 
m. yd. (94). Sutton (Notts) ', appointment of Nicholts de Stapleton and Eliat 
de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigneil by 
Adam sou (or Ada daughter) of William de Bacbet' against 
Dionisia tale wife of Oucy de Sutton, touching a tenement in. 
m. 13d. (3i). Sntton (" Sotlon' '') (Staff.) ; appointment of Radolph de Hengbam 
Robert de I.egli' to take tbe assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Thomas de I'yuelesdon' ngaintl Roger de Somery and others, 
tonching a tenement in. 
Sutlon (Staff.) ; see Merc. 
Ill, 2 Id. (71). Sulwelles (Soutbl.) ; appointment of Robert Fulcooia and William de 
Bra;bo«f to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Henij 
de Welles against Giles le Flemming and others, tonching a lene- 

Svauuinglon (Norf.) ; Kt Caivgton. 
sa. 3d. (311). Swanscombe (Kcnl) ; appointment of John do Cobham and Koger 
de Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Geoffrey Hamund against \YilliBm dt Mont Chemey, toaehing a 



I. ad. (7S). Swanscombe (" Swanescamp' ") (Kent) ; appoinlrneot of John de 
Cobham ai^ Jtogcr de Leicester to t»ke the assise of novel 
disseisin arraigned by John son of Robert de Ralegh against Wil- 
liam de Mont Chcaney, touching a tenement in. 

, lid. (2). Swayfield (Lino.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and ^as 
dc Bekingham to take the assiao of darrein presentment arraigmX^ 
by the said prior (tic) against William tie Colevill and Katheriniy 
his wife, tonching a tenement in. Selbome, 7th July. \ 

Ud. (S8). SwinKoe ("Suincscogh' ") (Staff.); appointment of Radnlph dc \ 
Hengham and Reginald de Legh' to take the assise of novel ^ 



n arraigned by the abbat of Rouceitre against Cecilia de la 
Fonle, touching a tenement in. 



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DEPUTY KEEPEK OF THE PUBLIC KECORDS. 169 

Ko. 1. — Calendar of Patent Rolls : 8 Edward I. — continued. 

m. 19dL (66). Swinton (" Saynton *') (Lane.) ; appointment of E. A^uiUon and 

Alan de Walkingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
bj Margery late wife of Robert le Ferre against the abbat of 
Stanlow and Geoffrey Byrun, touching common of pasture in. 

m. 17d. ($7). Swinton (*' Sw3'nton ") (Lane.); appointment of same to take a 

similar assise arraigned by Margery' late wife of Henry le Fevre 
against Geoffrey Burun and Robert abbat of Stanlow, touching 
common of pasture in. 

IS. 16d. (91). Swinton (Lane.) ; appointment of Geoffrey Aguillon and Alan de 

Walkingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Margery late wife of Robert le Fevre against Robert de Eccles, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 16d. (71). Swinton (Lane); appointment of same to take a similar assise arraigned 

by Margery late wife of Robert le Smith against Greoffrey de Byron 
and the abbat of Stanlow, touching common of pasture m. 

m. 24d. (49). Syresham (" Siresham ") (Northt.) ; appointment of Nicholas de 

Stapleton and Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of mort 
dancestor arraigned by John son of Thomas BaMewine against 
Jordan Bagge, touching land in. 

m. 20d. (58). Syresham ('* Siresham '') (Xortht.) ; appointment of same to take a 

similar assise between same, touching land in. 

m, 85d. (49). Taddington (Derb.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and 

Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by Richard de Morleye and Joan his wife against Nicholas Herigaud 
and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 20 (18). Taillor, William le; pardon to, for the homicide of Thomas de la 

Grene, on the ground of misadventure. Bristol, 23rd April. 

m. 4d. (43). Tangmere (Suss.) ; appointment of John de Cobham and Roger de 

Leicester to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by 
Richard Attewode against Simon Attewod', touching a meonage and 
land in. 

m. 12d. (1). Tany, Luke de, and Richard de Exeter; appointment of, to inquire 

and do justice as to to the trespass of certain evil-disposed persons 
of the vUl of Chichester, who, having com to sell, when certain 
merchants had sent ships laden with corn to the vill of La Delle, 
near Chichester, by telling the captains thereof that they would 
suffer groat loss by unloading the said ships there, induced them 
to depart ; by reason whereof a great dearness of com occurred in 
those parts ; and also to inquire as to, hear, and correct certain 
trespasses done to Alan de Horepol and Edith his wife by William 
de Heckingham, as is alleged ; and also to inquire and do justice 
as to trepasses relating to clipping the new coinage in those parts. 
Odiham, 28th June. 

m. 15d. (38). Tanynton (Kent) ; appointment of John de Cobham and Roger de 

Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Michael 
de Eye against Thomas de Eye and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 8d. (57). Tapton, Great (Derb.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and 

Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by Nicholas de Dunston against Peter Hardy and others, touching 
a tenement in. 

in* 16d. (24). Tatham (Lane.) ; appointment of Geoffrey Aguillon and Alan de 

Walkingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
William son of Adam de Wenigton against John de Tatham, 
touching common of pasture in. 

m. 2 (11). Taunton, the " corpus " of the castle of ; mandate to William de 8. 
Clare and William de Hamelton, keepers of the bishopric of Win- 
chester, for the delivery of, to John de Somerset, as it is of the 
said bishopric, so that he may keep Almaric de Montfort therein, 
as the King has enjoined on him " vivA voce." Westminster, 8th 
November. 



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170 APPENDIX TO THE FORTY-NINTH BBPORT OP THE 

^o, 1. — Calendar of Patent EU>lls : 8 Edward I. — continued. 

m. 21d. (56). Tajmton {'* Teynton ") (Glouc.) ; appointment of Robert Folcoais 

and Giles de Berkeley to take tiie asuise of mort dancestor arraigned 
by Walter Eilwy against Margery late wife of GreoflBrey Eilwy, 
toncbing two parts of a mesuage and land in. 

m. 20d. (18). Taynton (Glouc.) ; appointment of same to take tbe assise of novel 

disseisin arraigned by Walter Eilwy against Margery late wife of 
Geofirey Eylwy and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 15d. (1). Tean C' Tene ") (Staff.) ; appointment of Radulph de Hengham and 

Reginald de Legh to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Robert le Venur, of Teao, against Roger de Frithe and others, 
touching a tenement in. Westminster, Srd June. 

m. 15d. (6). Tean (Staff.) ; appointment of same to take tbe assise of mort dan- 
cestor arraigned by Nicholas Pychard against William Wither and 
others, touching land in. 

m. 27d. (50). Teigh (" Ty ") (Rutl.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and 

Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by John de Folevill against Joan late wife of William de Folevill 
and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. IS (17). Templars, the Knights, in England ; licence to, in mortmain, to buy 

firom Hugh le Gonestable 72 acres of land in Pritewell and Est- 
wod. Westminster, 10th June. 

m. 25d. (58). Tendring (Essex) ; appointment of John de Cobham and R^ger de 

Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by William 
de Billingford and Roesia his wife, and Thomas Fitz William 
against Michael son of William de Raggemere and others, touching 
a tenement in. 

m. 6d. (73). Tetbury (Glouc.) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and Giles de 

Berkeley to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Robert Jacob against Roger de Mortimer and others, touching a 
tenement in. 

m. 21d. (46). Tetford (** Teford *') and Somersby (" Somerby ") (Line.) ; appoint- 
ment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias de Bekingham to take the 
assise of mort dancestor arraigned by John son of Robert de Core- 
mailles against Robert FitzLucy and Roger le Cold Lonerd, touch- 
ing possessions in. 

m. Id. (35). Tew (" Tywe ") (Oxf.) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and Walter 

de Agmundesham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Hugh de Tywe against William de Causton, touching a tenement 
in. 

m. 23d. (27). Tew (" Tywe") Great (Oxf.) ; appointment of Robert Fidconis and 

Robert Malet to take the certification arraigned by John Lestrange, 
Henry de Erdynton, and Walter de Sulleye against Amabil Rydel, 
touching a tenement in. 

Tey, Great (Essex) ; aee Fordham, Great. 

m. 15. (22). Teynturer, John le, and Henry le Escot, burgesses of Newcastle-on- 

Tyne ; appointment of, as collectors of the murage of the said vill ; 
a mandate having been issued to the sheriff of the vill to remove 
from the colleccorship Hugh de Marchenleye and Geoffrey de 
Catefeld. Westminster, 6th June. 

m. 9 (8). Teynturer, John le, and Henry le Escot ; mandate to, to abstain 
D*om impeding Hugh de Marchingeleye and (reofirey de Gatesfeud, 
to whom the King has demised the murage of the vill of Newcastle- 
on-Tyne, in the collecting and levying of the said murage, and 
to surrender to them any of the same taken against their will 
after the commencement of the demise from native or foreign 
merchants trading there, lest the King hear a repetition of their 
quarrel. Selebum, 10th July. 

m. 9 (16). Thame {** Tame ")i the abbat of, going by licence to parts beyond seas, 
letters of attorney to, in favour of Michael de Tame his fellow-monk 
and Simon de Gersindon*. Windsor, 14th July. 

Thid [Cambr.] ; $ee Tjrdd. 



BEPUTT KEEPER OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS, 17 1 

No. 1. — Calendar of Patent Rolls : 8 Edward l.-^coniinued, 

m. 7d. (79). Thiraeby ( WestmoreL) ; appointment of Geoffrey Aguillon and Alan 

de Walkingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Agnes late wife of Henry Damon against Adam (or Ada) de Haue- 
rington, touching a tenement in. 

m. 6d. (61). Thockrington (Northombr.) ; appointment of Geofirey Aguillon and 

Alan de Walkingham to take the assise of novel disseisin ar- 
raigned by Thomas le Faukener against Roger abbat of Newmin- 
titer and others, touching common of pasture in. 

Thoft (Line.) ; see Toft. 

m. 12d. (81). Thomley-near-Bamwood (Oxf.) ; appointment of Hobert Fulccnis and 

Robert Malet to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by John 
FitzNigel, senior, against Robert de Boy ton and others, touching a 
tenement in. 

in. 27d, (15). Thombury (Heref.) ; appointment of Robert Fulconia and Giles de 

Berkeley to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by William 
de la Hide, of Stoke Bliss (<* le Blays ")> against Robert le Val, 
touching common of pasture in. 

m. 27d. (16). Thombury (Heref.) ; appointment of same to take a similar assise 

arraigned by Adam de la Hide, of Stoke Bliss, against the said 
Robert, touching common of pasture in. 

HL 20d. (40). Thombury (Heref.) ; appointment of Robert Fnlconis and Giles de 

Berkeley to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Adam 
de la Hide against Robert de Val, touching common of pasture in. 

HI. 20d. (41). Thombury (Heref.) ; appointment of same to take a similar assise 

arraigned by William de la Hide against Robert de Val, touching 
common of pasture in. 

m. 22d. (57). Thomby (" Turneby ") (Northt.) ; appointment of Nicholas de 

Stapleton and Elias de Bekiugham to take the assise of novel 
disseisin arraigned by Robert de Wyk* and Agnes his wife against 
Gilbert de Blisewrth, touching a tenement in. 

m. 12d, (8). Thomby (" Thuraeby ") (Northt.) ; appointment of Nicholas de 

Stapleton and Elias de Bekiugham to take the assise of novel 
disseisin arraigned by Maigery late wife of Walter de Wydeville 
against Alice de Bouteby and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 25d. (9). Thombaugh (** Thornhawe ") (Northt.) ; appointment of Nicholas de 

Stapleton and Elias de Bekiugham to take the assise of mort 
dancestor arraigned by Geoffrey sou of Robert de Bixe against 
John de Osgodeby and others, touching land in. 

m. 14d. (5). Thornhawe (Notts) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapelton and Elias 

de Bekiugham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
the prioress of Bradholme against Brian de Herdeby and others, 
touching common of pasture in. 

m. 8d. (69). Thorpe (Leic.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias de 
Bekiugham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Julfiana] late wife of Richard FitzSerlo against Serlo FitzRichard, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 17d. (13). Thorpe-near-Narborough (** Norburgh '*) (licic.) ; appomtment of 

Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias de Bekiugham to take the assise 
of novel disseisin arraigned by Radulph sou of Matilda de Torp 
juxta Northburg* against Richard le Keu, of Sapcote, and Matilda 
his wife and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 4d. (46). Thorpe Aileswith (Norf.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday and 
Robert de Ludham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by Walter son of Philip de Essex against Walter son of Walter de 
Thorp' and John Ode, touching a tenement in. 

m. 21d. (49). Threckingham (" Trikyngham ") (Derb.) ; appointment of Nichokis 

de Stapleton and Elias de Bekiugham to take the assise of novel 
disseism arraigned by Ridel Papiilun and Enmia his wife against 
Mar^ret late wife of Theobald de Trikyngham and others, 
touching a tenement in. 



172 APPBKDIX TO THE FORTY-NINTU EEPOUT OF THE 

No. 1. — Calewlar of Patent Rolls : 8 Edivard I. — continued. 

m. 20d. (7). Tbreckuigham, Stowe, Spanbj, and Osboumby (Line.) ; appointment 
of John de Lovetot and William dc Bromptou to Uko the jarj* 
arraigned by Henry Byrun and Koesia his irife against Walter sou 
of John Sardcuol to convict the jarors by whom a certain inquisition 
was lately made before the said John and William at Spalding 
between the said Henry and Hoesia and the said Walter upon a 
suit lately before the jastices of common pleas between Margaret 
late wife of Theobald de Trikyngham and the said Henry and 
Koesia touching the dower of the said Margaret in ; wherem the 
said Henry and Koesia vonched the said Walter to warranty against 
the said Margaret, as is alleged. 

m, 7d. (93). Threlkeld (" Trilkeld ") (Cumbr.) ; appointment of Geoffrey Aguillon 

and Alan de Walkingham to take the assise of mort dancestor 
arraigned by Adam son of William FitzWalden against William 
FitzRicbard, touching a mesuage and land in. 

m. 8d. 07). Thringstone ('* Threngeston ") (Leic.) ; appointment of Nicholas de 

Stapleton and Ellas de Bekingham to take the assise of novel 
disseisin arraigned by the prioress of Gracedieu against Alan de 
Threngeston, touching a tenement in. 

m. 7d. (74). Thringstone (Leic.) ; appointment of same to take the assise ar- 
raigned by the said prioress agaiost the said Alan and others, 
touching a watercourse diverted m. 

Throppe-near-Winchcombe (Glouc.) ; see Newent. 

m. 4d. (55). Throwley (" Trulegh ") (Kent) ; appointment of John de Cobham 

and Koger de Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin ar> 
raigiied by Kadulph de Wodegate against John le Hert and others, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 2d. (10). Thunderley (Kssex) ; appointment of John de Lovetot and Roger de 

Leicester to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by Robert 
son of Bartholomew Turgys against Bartholomew de Tunderleye, 
chaplain and others, touching a mesuage and land in. 

m. 19d. (44). Thurlby (** Thurlesby ") (Line.) ; appointment of Nicholas de 

Stapleton to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Richard 
le Charpenter, of Fxton, against William FitzEmeric and others, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 14d. (88). ITiurlow ("T*llawe'') (Suffl), Great; appointment of Roger Luueday 

and Robert de Ludhani to take the ast-ise arraigned by Gilbert 
Pecche against Gilbert de Clare, eart of Gloucester and Hertford, 
and others, touching a fosse destroyed in. 

m. 25d. (55). Thurlow ("Trillowc"), Little (Suff.) ; appointment of Roger Love- 
day and Robert de Ludham to take the assise of mort dancestor 
arraigned by Thomas son of William Euerard against Peter de 
Walepol' and James le Rus, touching a toft and land in. 

m. 24d. (29). Thurlstone (Derb.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias 

de Bekingham to take the jury arraigned by Adam de Aldrithelegh 
against William de Shardelowe, touching a tenement in. 

m. 18d. (18). Thurlton (Norf.) ; appointment of Roger Luueday and Robert de 

Ludham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned bv Simon 
Cardun, chaplain, against Radulph Cardun and Cecilia his wife, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 6d. (79). Thursby (** Thoresby ") (CJumbr.) ; appointment of Geoffrey A^illon 
and Alan de Walkingham to take the assise of novel disseisin ar- 
raigned by William de BouuU against Michael Page, touching a 
tenement in. Scarborough, 27th September. 

m. 25d. (29). Tickencote (" Tykencote ") (Rutl.) ; appointment of Nicholas de 

Stapleton and Blias de Bekingham to take the assise of novel 
disseisin arraigned by Simon son of Walter de Tikencote against 
the master of the Knights Templars in England and others, 
touching a tenement in. 

Tidcombe Hosee (Wilts) ; see Figheldean. 



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No. 1.— <3alendar of Patent Rolls : 8 Edward I. — continued. 

JUL, 15d. (52). Tilbury, Little (Essex) ; appcNntment of John de Lovetot and Roger 

de Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Henry son of William Coleman against John Coleman and others, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 28d. (66). Tilney (Norf.) ; appointment of Roger Lovcday and Robert de 

Ludham to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by Mar- 
garet daughter of Mayncr de la Sale against the abbat of Dereham, 
touching land in. 

m. 1 (7). TiQtem, the abbat and convent of ; surrender to, at the instance of, 
of all that the King had, in the life of Heory III., in the vill of 
Huwaldefifeld*, aud which he then granted to them in mortmain 
and afterwards resumed into his own hands. Westminster, 15th 
November. 

m. 18 (85). Tisbury (Wilts) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and William de 

Brayboef to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by the 
abbess of Shaftesbury against the prior of the Hospital of S. John 
of Jerusalem in England and Patrick warden of Anstey, touching 
a tenement in. 

m. lOd. (17). Tiscote (Herts); appointment of John de Lovetot and Roger de 

Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Robert 
de Kaygnes and Margaret his wife against David de Jarpenvill 
and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 27d. (56). Titchfield (« Tychefeld ") (Southt.) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis 

and William de Brayboef to take the assise of novel disseisin ar- 
raigned by Alice daughter of Henry Gobel against Adam le Mouner 
and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 8d. (51). Tittleshall (" Titelishar »') (Norf.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday 

and Robert de Ludham to take the assise of mort dancestor ar- 
raigned by John de Cokefeld against John le Cheure, touching the 
manor of. 

m. 7 (27). Tocwith*, William de, William son of ; pardon to, for having killed 
Radnlph son of Thomas de Tocwith, as it appears from the 
testimony of John des Vaux aud his colleagues, justices in eyre 
in CO. York, that he did so in self-defence. Newstead-in-Sherwood, 
3rd August. 

Todxngton (Northt.) ; see Doddington. 

m. 19d. (88). Toft ("Thoft ") (Line.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and 

Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned 
by Robert son of Richard de Newbaud against Robert son of 
Robert le Provost, touching a mesuage and land in. 

m. 16d. (19). Toft, Newton-near- West Rasen, and Beelsby (Line.) ; appointment 

of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias de Bekingham to take the 
assise of novel disseisin arraigned by William son of William 
Motekan against William Motekan and others, touching a tene- 
ment in. 

Toft-nea^-West Rasen (Line.) ; see Rasen, West. 

m, 2 (9). Topehened, Ranulph ; pardon to, for having killed Richard son of 
Ranulph de Eton*, as it appears by an inquisition taken by the 
sheriff of Stafford that he did so by misadventure. Westminster, 
8rd November. 

no. 6d. (80). Torbock (Lane.) ; appointment of Geoffrey Aguillon and Alan de 

Walkingham to take the assise arraigned by Robert de Holland 
against Robert de Lathum aud others, touching a pond destroyed 
in. 

m. 2 (IG). Torre, the abbat and convent of; surrender to, of view of frank- 
pledge of their men and tenants in Haggelegh (Somers.) and of 
' amends of breaches of the assihc of bread and beer by the said 

men and tenants, which liberties the Kin^ recovered against the 
said abbat and convent in the Curia Regis by a judgment of the 
court before Solomon de Rochester and his colleagues, justices in 
eyre in co. Somerset. Westminster, 10th November. 



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No. 1. — Calendar of Patent Rolls : 8 Edward I. — continued. 

m« 2 (17). Concurreat mandate of restitution in partaance to the sheriff of 
Somerset. 

m. 16d. (46). Tostock (Sofl.) ; appointment of Roger Lovedajr and Robert de 

Lndham to take the attaint arraigned by Thomas son of John de 
Norton against Roger de Scales, touching a mill in. 

m. 12 (13). Tot, Stephen le, of Westdunn', and Joan his wife ; licence to, to hold 
in frank-marriage 7 marcates of rent in Suthmorton', granted to 
them by charter in frank-marriage of the said Joan by John de 
NevilL Westminster, 1 0th June. 

m. lOd. (60). Tottemhoe (*' Totemo ") (Beds) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis 

and QeoSrey de Leukenore to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Stephen de la Quarrera against Millicent de Montalt, 
and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 9d. (4). Tottemhoe (Beds) ; appointment of same to take a similar assise 
arraigned by the said Stephen against Stephen FitxAgatha, touch- 
ing a way stopped in. 

m. 5d. (76). Towcester (Northt.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and 

Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of noyel disseisin arraigned 
by Jordan son of William Bere against John Josep, touching a 
tenement in. 

Tower of London ; see London, Tower of. 

Toynton (Glouc.) ; see Doynton. 

m. lid. (65). Tregauran (Comw.) ; appointment of Walter de Wimbome and 

Thomas de S. Vigor to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by John de Penhal and Matilda his wife against Bartholomew le 
Teler and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 25d, (52). Trenuran (Ck>rnw.) ; appointment of Walter de Wimbome and 

Thomas de S. Vigor to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned 
by John son of Silvester de Tregenuran against Radulph.Bloynou, 
touching a mesuage and land in. 

Trikyngham (Derb.) ; see Threckingham. 

Trilkeld (Cumbr.) ; see Threlkeld. 

Trillowe (Suff.) ; see Thurlow. 

m. 2 Id. (4). Trinleye (Glouc.) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and Giles de 

Berkeley to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Th. 
Haym against Nicholas de Chilteham and Simon his brother, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 19 (35). Tronville, Robert de, master of the Knights Templars in England, 
going by licence to parts beyond seas ; letters of attomey to, in 
favour of Robert de Scrop' and William de Medbum*. West- 
minster, 25th May. 

Tmlegh (Kent) ; see Throwley. 

m. 8d. (36). Trumpington (" Trumpyton ") (Gambr.) ; appointment of Roger 

Loveday and Robert de Ludham to take the assise arraigned by 
Roger de Cauz against Radulph de Bella fago and others, touching 
a foflse destroyed in. 

m. 20 (8). Tuam ; assent to the election of Friar Malachi, of the Order of 
Friars Minors, as archbishop of, and significamns thereof to the 
Pope. Bristol, 22nd April. 

m. 18d. (62). Tuddenham [(Norf.)] ; association of John de Luvetot with Thomas 

de Weilauud to take the jury arraigned by Simon Criketot against 
Robert Fulconis and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 25d. (16). Tudeley (" Tewedele^e ") (Kent) ; appointment of John de Oobham 

and Roger de Leicester to take the assise of mort dancestor 
arraij^n^ by William Petur a^inst William Adam, Peter son of 
Willuun Simnnd, and Jordan his brother, and Cecilia daughter of 
Roger Waps, touching land in. 



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m. 25d. (51). Tunstall (Norf.) ; appointment of Roger LoTeday and Robert de 

Ludham to take the assise of norel disseisin arraigned bj Richard 
le Waleys against William son of Robert le Waleys and William 
Godwine, touching a tenement in. 

m. I5d. (8). Tunstall (Norf.) ; appointment of Roger Lovedaj and Robert de 

Ludham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by John de 
Suthbirlingham against Henry Payn and otheis, touching a tene- 
ment in. 

m. 15d. (19). Tunstall (Norf.) ; appointment of aame to take a similar assise 

arraigned by Agnes daughter of Bernard le Sage, Mariota and 
Katherine her sisters against Henry Payn, touching a tenement 
in. 

m. 15d. (2S). Tunstall (Norf.) ; appointment of same to take a similar assise 

arraigned by William FitzBemard and Robert his broti^er against 
Henry Payn and otherS) toaching a tenement in. 

m. lid. (89). Tunstall (Norf.); appointment of Roger Loveday and Hervey de 

Stanhowe to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by William 
PitsBemard against Laurence de Monesl* and others, touching a 
tenement in. 

m. lid. (44). Tunstall (Norf.); appointment of same to take a similar assise 

arraigned by the said William and Robert his brother against the 
said Laurence and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. lid. (45). Tunstall (Norf.) ; appointment of same to take a similar assise 

arraigned by Agnes late wife of Bernard le Sage against the said 
Laurence and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 20d. (16). Tnnstead (Norf.) ; appointment of Ro^r Loveday and Robert de 

Ludham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Ranulph 
de Tunsted, chaplain, against Robert Qrelly and others, touching a 
tenement in. 

m. lOd. (8). Tunzop' (Oxf.) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and Robert Malet 

to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by William de 
Sauncirdon and Joan his wife against Thomas le Uhaumberlayn 
and others, touching a tenement in. 

Tumeby (Northt.) ; see Thomby. 

m. 18 (38). Turvey (Beds) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and Robert Malet 
to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Baldwin Wake 
against Radulph Pyrot and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. lOd. (51). Turvey (Beds) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias de 

Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Hubert Maudut against Adam le Bifarchaunt and Adam (or Ada) 
Mawuallet, touchmg a tenement in. 

m. 9d. (71). Turvey (Beds) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and Robert Malet 

to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Hubert Maudut 
against Adam le Chapman and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 22 (18). Tusculum (Frascati), O. bishop of ; grant to, for life, of 40 marks a 
year. Memorandum that the said bishop has a writ of liberate 
patent directed to the treasurer and chamberlains of the Exchequer. 
Down Ampney, Srd March. 

m. 8d. (24). Tntbury (Staff.) ; appointment of Radulph de Henf^ham and Regi- 
nald de Legh to take the assise of novel disseism arraigned by 
Nicholas son of Peter le Chapman against Robert de Drakelawe 
and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 8d, (67). Tutbur}' (Staff.) ; appointment of same to take the assise of mort 

dancestor arraigned by John de Tutebir*, chaplain, against Peter 
de Sutton and Dionisia his wife, touching a mesuage in. 

Tnythorp (Oxf.) ; see Tythorp. 

nu 7d. (4). Twyford (Leic.) ; appointment of Radulph de Hengham and Robert 
le Waleys to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Christiana late wife of William de Martinall against John de 
Welham and others, touching a tenement in. 



176 APPENDIX TO THE FORTY-NINTH HfiPORT OF THE 

No. 1 Calendar of Patent Rolls : 8 Edward I. — continued. 

Twynham (Southt.) ; $ee Christchurch. 

Ty (Rutl.) ; see Teigh. 

Tychefeld (Southt.) ; see TitchfieW. 

m. 12d. (76). Tjrdd (" Thid ") S. Giles [Cambr.] ; association of Robert de Lud- 

ham with John de Lovetot to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Osbert de Led well and Alice his wife against Richard 
de Shamelesford and others, toaching a tenement in. 

m. 5d. (A). Tjdd S. Giles (Cambr.) ; appointment of Roger I^veday and Robert 
de Ludham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned bj 
Osbert de Ledwell and Alice his wife against John de Littlebir* 
and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 2d. (21). Tjrdd-near-Newton (Cambr.); appointment of Roger Loveday and 

Robert de Ludham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by John de Litebir*, Godfrey le fiz Lez, and GeofiVey Bryd against 
William le fiz Drcu and others, touching common of pasture in. 

m. I (11 ). Tyngewyk*, John de, son of Elyas de Tyngewyk' ; grant to, for life, 
at the requisition of his father, of the ballivatc of the '* forestaria" 
of Whytlewode, with the custody of the park of Haule, to be held 
in the same manner as his father held it. Westminster, 15th 
November. 

m. 4 (10). Tyrone, the abbat of; letters of attorney to, in favour of Peter Samuel 
and Geoffrey de Castriduue for England. Rokingham, Uth 
October. 

Tysoe (Warw.) ; see Walton Deyvill. 

m. 2d. (69). Tythorp (" Tuythorp ") (Oxf ) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and 

Robert Malet to take the jury of 'J4 knights arraigned by William 
de Sanntirdon and Joan his wife against Thomas le Chaumberleyn 
and others, touching a tenement in. 

Tywe (Oxf.) ; see Tew. 

Ubbeston (Suff.) ; see HuntingHeld. 

Udimore (Suss.) ; see Regg*. 

m. 25d. (33). Uffington (" Offinton ") (Berks) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis 

and Robert Malet to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Master Richard de Offinton against John de Boys and others, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 20d. (32). Uffington (Berks) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and Robert 

Afalet to take the jury arraigned by John de Boys, Richard le 
Baillif, Alice Blaunk' Chival, and Matilda Briddes against Master 
Richard de Uffington, touching a tenement in. 

m. 20d. (57). Uffington ("Offington ") Neyrunt (Berks) ; appointment of Robert 

Fulconis and Robert Malet to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Philip Puncun agaiust Robert Achard and others, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 15d. (64). Uffington (Berks) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and Robert 

Malet to take the jury arraigned by Edith Atte Strode against 
Philip Punte, touching a tenement in. 

m. 2 (8). UfFord, John de, going by licence to Ireland; protection to. West- 
minster, 7th November. 

m. 23 (5). Uffiord, Robert de, the justiciar, and Fromund le Brun, the chan- 
cellor, of Ireland, or either of them ; dedimus poteslatem to, to 
present to benefices in the cantred of Ogashin (*' Occassin' *') and 
the half cantred of Brochkedoblre, diocese of Killaloe (" Laon "), 
which are void and in the King s gift any parson whom Master 
John de Kenleye, chanceller of the Exchequer of Dublin, shall 
consider fit to be named for them Lindhurst, 20th January. 

m. 6 (6), Uflford, Robert do, going on the King's business to Ireland, pro- 
tection to, with the clause : Volumus. Coningburgh, 8th August. 

m. 6 (7). Concurrent and similar protection to Mary his wife, going with him. 



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No. 1. — Calendar of Patent Rolls: 8 Edward J. — continued. 

m. 6 (S). Ufford, liobert de, and Mary his wife ; dedimus potestatem of, to 
John de Berking* and Walter de Ratlesden' of making attorneys 
for them. Same date. 

m. 6 (12). Ufford, Uob.Tt d<^, going by licence to Ireland ; protection to, with 
clause : Volumus. Pontefract, U th August. 

m. 1 1 (6). (JffarU, Robert de, justiciar of Ireland ; dedimus potestatem to, 
, with the advice and couseut of S. bishop of Waterford, the 

treasurer of Ireland, to enfeoff any men he pleases of the King's 
waste lands in Ireland, to be held by military service, or any 
other, or to demise the same to fee-farm, or for a certain annual 
rent as may appear to the said Robert and the bishop to be most 
expedient to the King and his heirs, retaining the better places and 
sites for the building of vills and castles. Odiham, 28th June. 

m. 11 (8). UfTord Robert de ; volumus that if the King should wish to take 
back the castle and vill of Orford which he has committed to, to 
be held at will, he will restore the annual rent of 50/. which the 
said Robert has delivered to the King, and which he used to 
receive from the mills of TikehuU, and to hold for life. Odiham, 
27th June. 

m. 11 (9). Concurrent mandate of livery in pursuance to Robert de Holebrok*, 
the King's seneschal. 

m. 22d. (20). Ulcestr' (Northumbr.) ; appointment of Robert de Nevill and Alan 

de Walkingham to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by 
Ive sou of Adam le Heyr against William de Ulcestr', touching 
land in. 

m. lOd. (16). Uldale (** Uluedal") (Cumbr.) ; appointment of Geoffrey Apnillon 

and Alan dc Walkingham to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Thomas FitzJohn against Roger de Lindeby and 
Alexander de Bouekil, touching a tenement in. 

m. 9d. (46^. Ulneswik' (Bucks) ; appointment of Robert Fnloonis and Greoffrey 

de Leukenore to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
the abbat of Missenden against Henry de Ulneswik', touching a 
tenement in. 

m. 25d. (34). Ulnewik* (Backs) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and Robert 

Malet to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by the abbat 
of Missenden against Henry Baldewyue, touching a tenement in. 

m. II (12). Ulster, Richard de Burgh, earl of; simple protection to, in Ireland. 

Odiham, 27th June. 

m. 13d. (21). Uluesby [? Ulfsby or Ousby] (Cumbr.) ; appointment of Geoffrey 

Agnillon and Alan de Walkingham to taJce the assise of novel 
disseisin arraigned by Ive le Carpenter and Matilda his wife and 
Margaret her sister against Robert Fitz Jo hn, touching a tenement 
in. 

m. 15d. (40). Uluesby (Cumbr.) ; appointment of Geoffrey Aguillon and AJan 

de Walkingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
William Armestrang against Patrick de Uluesby, touching common 
of pasture in. 

m. 12d. (70). Uluesby (Cumbr.) ; appointment of same to take the assise arraigned 

by Nicholas de Thomhened against the said Patrick and others, 
touching a pond destroyed in. 

m. lid. (30). Uluesby (Cumbr.) ; appointment of same to take the assise of novel 

disseisin arraigned by Adam son (or Ada daughter) of Alan de 
Uluesby against Patrick son of Hutred de Uluesby and others, 
touching a tenement in. 

UL 6d. (9). Uluesby (Cumbr.) ; appointment of same to take the assise of mort 
dance Htor arraigned by Henry Bacun against Alan Armstrang, 
touching a toft and land in. 

m. 6d. (12). Uluesby (Cumbr.) ; appointment of same to take the assise of nove 

disseisin arraigned b> William le Waleis against Patrick de 
Uluesby, touching common of pasture in. 

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178t appendix to the foety-ninth report of the 

No. 1. — Calendar of Patent Rolls : 8 Edward I. — continued. 

ID. 6d. (M). Ulaesby (Cutnbr.) ; appointment of same to take the assise of mort 
^ancestor arraigned by Christiana daughter of Simon le Feure 
and Cecilia her sifter against Henry son of Gilbert de Witeby and 
Joan his wife, touching a mesuage and land in. 

Undele (Northt.) ; see Oundle. 

Upameny (Glonc.) ; see Ampney, Up. 

in. 2d. (70). Upottery (Devon) ; appointment of Walter de Wimbome and 
Thomas de S. Vigor to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned 
by John de Percy against Henry de Wynton and Matilda his wifc> 
toacbing the manor of. 

m. 28d. (18). Uppingham and Eidlington (Rati.) ; appointment of Nicholas de 

Stapleton and Ellas de Bekingham to take the assise of novel 
disseisin arraigned by Richard de Seyton against Peter de Mont- 
fort and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 28d. (38). Uppingham and Ridlington [Rutl.] ; association of William do 

Brompton with the said Nicholas and Elias >ito take a similar assise 
arraigned by the said Richard against Peter '* de Monte*' and 
others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 27d. (64). Uppingham and Ridlington [Rati.] ; association of Osbert de Here- 
ford with the said Nicholas and Elias to take a similar assise 
arraigned by the said Richard against Peter de Montfort, touching 
a tenement in. 

m. 20d. (51). Uppingham [Rati.] ; association of John de Jx>Tetot with Nichola^ 

de Stapleton and Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of novel 
disseisin arraigned by Richard de Seyton against Peter de Montfort, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. lid. (82). Uppingham (" Oppingham ") [Rutl.] ; assoiiation of same with same 

to take a simihir assise arraigned by the b<iid Richard against the 
siud Peter and others, touching a tenement in. 

Uppingham (Rutl.) ; see Belton. 

m. 5d. (58). Upton, Nether, Waldridge, and Great Hampden (Bucks) ; appoint- 
ment of Robert Fulconis and Robert Malet to take the assise of 
novel disseisin arraigned by John de Montalt against John de 
Middelton and others, tonchiug a tenement in. 

m. 28d« (85). Upton (Warw.); appointment of Radnlph de Hengham and Robert 

le Waleis to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Robert 
del Char and Amice his wife against Richard le Calon and others, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 20 (19). Urtiaco (? Hort), Walter de ; exemption to, for life, at the instance 
of R[obert] bishop of Bath and Wells, fh>m serving on assises^ 
juries, or recognitions. Bristol, 28rd April. 

m. 6d. (30). Usselby (" Oselby '*) (Line.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton 

and Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of mort danceslor 
arraigned by Robert son of William de Oselby against Thomas de 
Houton, touching two mesuages and land in. 

m. 14d. (6). Uttoxeter (Staff.) ; appointment of Radulph de Heugham and Regi- 
nald de Leye to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Robert son of Susanna de Vttokeshather' against Nicholas le 
Tumour and Thomas de Barsale, touching a tenement in. 

m. 14d. (-1). Uttoxeter (Staff.) ; appointment of Radulph de Hengham and Regi- 
nald de Legh' to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Robert Susanne against Thomas de Barshar and William Susanne, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 16d. (15). Uttoxeter (" Uttokeshathere ") (Staff.) ; appointment of Radulph de 

Hengham and Reginald de Legh to take the assise of novel 
disseisin arraigned by Robert FitzAlan against Thomas de Bray 
and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 8d. (54). Uttoxeter (Staff.) ; appointment of same to take a similar assise 

arraigned by Alice late wife of Robert le Wodeward against John 
Belesone and others, touching a tenement in. 



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No. L— Calendar of! Patent Rolls : 8 Edward I. — toatinued. 

.m. 11 (I). Valence, William de, the King's uncle; pardon to, of tl|e trej^patjis 

committed bj the late seneschal of his liberty of Wexford (" Wese- 
ford' **) in his name and by reason of his seneschalship in par- 
doning Kostace de Rape and David his brother for the homicide 
of John Dun, who was killed within the bishoprick of Ferns, and 
in taking the ransom for his death from the said Eustace and 
David. Odiham, 27th Jane. 

ni. 9 (IS). Valence, William de, and Joan his wife ; letters of attorney to, in 
iia.vour of John de Castle Martin and William de Burne for Ireland. 
Langley, 17th July. 

m. 8d. (85). Valoyns, Robert de, and Robert du Bois; appointment of, to hear 
and determine the appeal of John son of Sinic^a Auelyn in tho 
county court of Norfolk against Margaret daughter of Herman le 
Mayde, touching the death of John le Mayde his kinsman. West- 
minster, 6th November. 

m. 25 (3). Vaudyn, Drew ; reversal of the outlawry and ban published against, 
by reason of his withdrawal after a trespass alleged to have been 
committed by him against William de Faldut in the parish of Old 
S. Martin in Jersey. Winchester, 4th January. 

m. lid. (32). Vaux, John des ; appointment of, to inquire as to the eviddoers 

who, by the procuration and precept of Gilbert de Chesterton and 
Alice his wife, captured at Stanfoid, William Coyfe, son of Beatrix 
late wife of Andrew Coyfe, imprisonea him, and afterwards, of 
their own authority and without judgment, hanged him by night, 
and took and detain his goods and chattels there. Westminster, 
10th June. 

m. 17 (19). Vavasour (" Vauazur" and " Vauasour " in marginal title), Mauger 
le, deceased, Agnes late wife of ; grant to, for a fine of 300/. to the 
King, of the custody of the lands and heirs of the said Mauger 
during the minority of the said heirs, together with their maritage< 
Westminster, 29th May. 

m. 6(17). Vergers, William de ; ratification of the dedimus potestatem given 
to, by Alianor the Queen-Consort, to make in her name her fealty 
to Guy count of Flanders for land which she has recently inherited 
in Flanders. York, 16th August. 

m. 28 (14). Vesey, John de ; grant to, that his executors shall have free adminis- 
tration of his goods and chattels for the payment of his debts and 
the execution of his will, and that his heirs and not his executor> 
shall be charged with the debts due to the King by him on the 
day of his death. Windsor, 26th November. 

m. 28 (15). The same ; grant to, that he may, with the consent of his heir, demise 

to farm to whomsoever he may wish 100 librates of land out of his 
lauds and tenements where it may appear most expedient to him 
for 10 years. Same date. 

m. 19 (6). Vienne, the fraternity of the Hospital of S. Antony of ; protection to, 
with the clause : Rogamua, Westminster, 18th May. 

m. 24d. (4). Waddingham (L'nc.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and 

Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by John de Wadingham against Adam (or Ada) del Hospital 
and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 5d. (57). Waddington (Line.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and 

Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by Agnes late wife of John de Caumpedeu against Ranulph de 
Hawe, touching a tenement in. 

m. 19d. (51^. Waddon (Surr.) ; appointment of John de Cubham and Roger de 

Leicester to take the assise of mort dancestor [arraigned] by 
John Wymer of Beumle, John de la Leye of Hetleye, Thomas le 
GIos of Croydon, and John le 2kiar€schal of Cressintou {$ic)y 
touching a mill in. 

jn. 3d. (29). Waddon (Surr.) ; appointment of John de Cobham and Roger de 

Leicester to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by John 
Wymer, John de la Leye, Thomas le Glos, and John le Mareschal 
against William son of Waker de Kenele, touching a mill in. 

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180 APPENDIX TO THE FOHTY-NIKTH REPOET OP THE 

No. 1.— Calendar of Patent Eolls : 8 Edward L— continued. 

in. 6d. (89). Waitby (" Wateby »') (Lane.) ; appointment of Geoffrey Agd^on 

and Alkn de Wikingham to take the attaint airaigned by Tliomaa 

de Musegrave against Thomas State and others, touchmg land in. 

m. 13d. (27). Walcot (Linn.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapelton «nd Elks 

de Bekineham to take the assise of novel disseism arraigned by 
Richard son of William le Pestar against Walter de la Barre. of 
Fulkingham, and Rannlph his son, touching a tenement in. 

m. 14d. (18). Walden, Great (Essex); appointment of Roger de Leycester and 
^ Biias de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 

by the abbat of Walden against John le Dak' and others, touching 

a tenement in. 
m 14d. (59). Walden, Great (Essex) ; appointment of John de Lovetot and Roger 
m. itu. ^,*, / ^ Leicester to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by 

Walter de Hengham and Cecilia his wife against WiUiam Fitx- 

Tbomas, touching land in. 

m 5d f77). Walden, Great (Essex) ; appointment of John de Lovetot and Roger 
^ de Leicester to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by 

Margery le Botylier against Joan late wife of Roger FitxNicholas, 
toocning land in. 
Waldingfield, Great (Suff.) ; tee Milden. 
Waldridgc (Bucks) ; see Upton, Nether, 
m. 8 (4). Waleraund, Robert ; simple protection to, for Ireland. Langley, 
17th July. 

m i7d rsa^ Walesby (Line); appointment of NichoUs de Stapleton and Elias 
m. I7d. (5i). ^^^^J^Agi, J;^ (J^Le the attaint arraigned by William de Otteby 

against James Byrun, touching a tenement in. 

m I7d. <66). Walford (Salop); appointment of Radulphde Hengham and Regi- 

nald de Lefih to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Nicholas de Heyncys against Walter de Pedwardyn and others, 
touching a tenemcAit in. 

«, iiH /^9^ Walford (Salop); appointment of same to Uke a similar assise 
m. lid. (32). Wa^^J.^aiop;^,^^pp^ ^^ ^^^^^^ ^,^^ ^^^^^ ^^ Podwardyn 

and others, touching a tenement in. 
m. 6d. (35). Walklnghiim, Alan de, and Robert de Scardebui|' ; appointment of, 

to take all assises and juries in co. Cumberland. 

m 9d f67^ Wallinffford (Oxf.) ; commission of gaol delivery for, to Hugh de 
m. 9d. (67). wain^g^^ Geofi^y Russel, Robert Malet, and Fulk de Rukote. 

m lOd (26). Wallinirton, West (Isorthumbr.) j appointment of (Geoffrey Aguillon 
m lua. v.xo; ^^^ K^^^ ^^ Walkingham to take the assise of mort dancestor 

arraigned by Robert son of Gilbert de Walington apinst Richard 
FitiRobert and Lucy his wife, touching possessions m. 

m fid ^49-^ WaUington, West (Northumbr.) ; appointment of same to take a 
m. 6d. (49). wa^^^ ^^ arraigned by Richard de Denim' and Luciana his 

wife against John de Belshou and Luciana his wife, touching 

possessions in. 

m 16d. (45). Walsall (Staff.) ; appointment of Radulph de Hengham and Reginiad 
m. lou. ^,'. J ^^ ^ V ^^ ^^^^ ^^^ ^^.^ ^^ ^^^^j ^sgeisjn arraigned by the 

abbat of Hales against Margery la Rousse, touching common of 
pasture in. 

m »d. (44). Walsingham, Great (Norf.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday and 

Robert de Ludham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by William FitzRouland against Richard Crabbe, of Great Wal- 
singham, and others, touching a tenement in. 

m 28 a6). Walteri, Bonruncino, Oriandino de Podio, Richard Guidicionis, and 

Henry de Podio, merchants of Lucca, of the society of Ricard' ; 
acquittance to, on the audit of the account of, with the King before 
R. bishop of Bath and WeUs, the chancellor, and John de 
Vesey, Gtto de Grandison, Master Thomas Bek, archdeacon of 
Dorset, and Antony Bek, archdeacon of Durham, appointed by 



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No. L — Calendar of Patent Rolls: 8 Edward I. — continued. 

the King to audit the same account with respect to the receipts and 
payments made by them on his behalf from Easter, 1 Edward J., 
to Michaelma<«, 7 Edward I., so that they answer to tlie King 
touching the issues of the custom of wools and hides of England 
from Ascension, 7 Edward I., and similar issues for Ireland during 
the time of their custody of the said custom, omitting 1,000/. 
received by them from it in 5 Edward I. with which they have 
charged themselves in the account aforesaid. Quenynton, 10th 
December. 

m. 27 (7). Walteri, Bonruncino, Orlandiuo ue Podio, Richard Guidicioni, Henry 
(cedule) de Podio, and their partners, merchants of Lucca ; acknowledg- 

ment of a debt to, of 23,000/., and promise to pay them before 
next Michaelmas, so that they answer to the King touching the 
sura which they have received from the customs of Ireland, or in 
any other way ihere, except 1,000/. for which they have answered, 
or from the customs of England from Ascension, 7 Edward I. 
Winchester, 28th December, 

[Crossed out At foot of original eniry are the words ; — " Vacat 
" quia restitttta fuit et pecunia soluta est."] 

m. 27 (18). Walteri, Bonroncino, Richard Gwydicionis, Orlandino and Henr^- de 
Podio, and their partners, merchants of Lucca, specially intentive 
by precept on the King's business in England ; licence to, to 
import from foreign parts and to sell cloth, though it be not of the 
right assise, in spite of the inhibition against the importation and 
sale of any cloth unless it be of the right assise. Winchester, Ist 
January. 

m. 12 (20;. Walteri, Bonroncinus, Richard Guidicionis, and their partners, 

merchants of Lucca ; mandate to, to pay to Medhicus and Ace- 
linus, and their partners, merchants of Florence, of the society of 
Thomas Spaliati, of Florence, 517 marks in which W. bishop of 
Norwich is bound to them. Dorchester, 17th June. 

[Crossed out. In margin of roll : — " Vacat quia restituta fuit 
" litem et cancellata."] 

m. 12 (21). The same ; similar mandate to, in respect of the same debt. West- 
(cedole). minster, 10th June. 

m. 1 (14). Walteri, Bonroncino, and his partners, merchants of Lucca; acknow- 
ledgment of a debt to, for John Giffard, of Brunnesfeld, of 100 
marks which he owed to them. Westminster, 18th November. 

[Crossed out. In margin of roll : — " Vacat quia restituta fuit 
" littera et cancellata et pecunia est soluta."] 

m. 8 (23). Waltham-Holy Cross, the abbat of; pardon to, of all the amerce- 
ments imposed upon him in divers assises of novel disseisin 
arraigned against him by divers men of co. Essex before Robert 
Luueday and John de Metingham, late justices of assise in the co. 
aforesaid, touching common of pasture in Wyntreye, and an 
amercement before the same justices for a trespass which he was 
alleged to have done to R. bishop of Bath and Wells, the chancellor. 
Langley, 20th July. 

Waltham Cross (Essex); see Cheshunt (Herts). 

m. Id. (22). Waltham, Great (Essex) ; appointment of John de Lovetot and Roger 
de Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Robert 
de Plessey against John le Tanur and others, touching a tenement 
in. 

Walton (Glouc); see Deerhurst. 

m. 9d. (87). Walton-on -Wolds (Lcic.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapletou 

and Elias de Bekiugham lo take the assise of mort daucestor 
arraigned by Matilda daughter of Richard Fitzlugram against 
Henry son of Ingram de Walton, touching a mesuage and land in. 

m. lid. (81). Walton-ucar-Wenlock (Salop) ; appointment of Radulphde Hengham 

and Reginald de Legh to take the assise of novel disseisin an-aigned 
by Simon de Kent against William de Walton, touching a tenement 
in. 



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No. 1. — Calendar of Patent Rolls: 8 Edward I. — continued. 

m. 8(1. (76). Walton ("Wauton"), Deyvill and Walton Mandu^t (Warw.) ; 

appointment of Radulph <ie Hcngham and Walter de Cockeseye to 
take the assise of mort danccstor arraigned by Matilda de Wanton 
against Godfrey bishop of Worce6t*^r, touching the manor of, and 
possession:) in Great Wellesbourne, Little Wellesboume, Hunscote 
(" Hunstanscot* "), J^oxley (*• IxKjkeslegh "), Over Pillerton 
(*' Pillardinton "), and Tywie ('* Tisho ")• 

m. 17 (7). Wamberge, the warden of the chapel of 8. Katherine of ; licence to, 
to buy lands and possessions to the value of ten librates of land 
yearly, and to retain them to such uses of the ssid chapel as the 
support of " hospitalitates/' lights, ornaments, and other things 
pertainin^r to the praise of GkA therein, the chapel having been 
founded by Emmeline countess of UIst<^r, and endowed with rents 
and possessions for the support of five chaplains, and the said 
warden having left a large part of his own goods in his will to buy 
rents and possessions to the value of 10/. a year for the uses afore- 
said, and to others to sell or otherwise to grant to him lands and 
possessions up to that value without prejudice to the Crown or to 
the other lords of the fees. Westminster, 26th May. 

m. 15d. (57). Wanswell (Glouc.) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and Giles de 

Berkeley to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Henry 
de Waneswell against Richard FitzThomas and Joan his wife, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 2(>d. (5). Wantage (*' Wanetuig") (Berks) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis 

and Robert Malet to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Richard le Caretter, of Wantage, against Fulk FitzWarin and 
, others, touching a tenement in. 

• m. 4d. (44). Warden (Beds) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and Robert Malet 

to take the nsi^ise of mort dancestor arraigned by Gilbert Muiz and 
Joan his wife and Alina her sister against Thoniav«i Ingge, touching 
land in. 

m. 6d. (74). Waresley (" Weresle ") (Hunts) ; appointment of Roger Loveday and 

Robert de Ludham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by John de Lothebrok' as Is. his wife against Thomas dc la Sale, 
of Waresley, and John de Clipston, touching a tenement in. 

m. 8d. (18). Wark .... (I^ic.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and 

Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned 
by Elena daughter of Gilbert Fitz Walter against Roger son of 
Radulph le Mareschal, touching possessions in. 

m. 27d. (46). Waruford (Southt.) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and William 

dc Brayboef to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by John 
de Tureuyle and Agnes his wife against John de S. John and 
others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 12d. (53). Warnford (Southt.) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and William 

de Brayboef to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by John 
de Tureuill and Agnes his wife against John dc S. John and 
others, touching a tenement in. 

ni. lid. (16). Warrington (" Werington *') (Lane); appointment of Geoffrey 

Aguillon and Alan de Walkingham to take the assise of novel 
disseisin arraigncl by Master Henry dc Shamelesbiry against 
Richard de Molleston and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 20d. ^3). Wanvick ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias de 
Bekingham to tak** the ass'se of novel disseisin arraigned by Sibil 
dc Tytyto against Nicholas de Warwick and others, touching h 
tenement in. 

m. I5d. (26). Warwick; commission of gaol delivery for, to Henry de Notting- 
ham, Robert le Waloys, Robert de Verdun, and John Pecche. 

m. 13d. (85). Warwick ;*com«iission of gaol delivery for, to Henry de Xotingham, 

Robert le Waleys, Walter dc Langele, and John Pecche. 

m. 9d. (20). Warwick ; commission of gaol delivery for, to Henry de Nottingham 

(" Not' "), Robert de Verdnn, Nicholas de Chameles, and John 
Neyrunt. 



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m. 2d. (67). Warwick ; commission of gaol delivery for, to Henrjde Nottiugham, 

Robert le Walejs, Robert de Verdun, and John Peche. 

m. 2)d. (51). Watcrden (Norf.) j appointment of Roger I*oveday and Robeit de 

Ladham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Roger 
son of William de Waterden and Felicia his wife against Adelwold 
(«tc), touching a tenement in. 

m. 8d. (64). Waterden (Norf.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday and Robert de 
I Ladham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Peter de 

Flekenbowe and Margery his wife against Richard Adelwald, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 28d. (28). Watford (Herts) ; appointment of John de Lovetot and Elias de 

Bekingham to take the assise of mort daucestor arraigned by 
John de Isenhampstead and Christiana his wife against John de 
Borham and others, touching possessions in. 

m. lOd. (24). Watford (Herts) ; appointmeut of John de Lovetot and Roger de 

Leicester to take the assise of novel diBseisin arraigned by John 
Kenelm against the abbat of S. Alban's and others, touching a 
I tenement in. 

I m. 4d« (34). Watford (Herts) ; appointment of John de Lovetot and Roger de 

I Leicester to take the assise arraigned by Robert atte Brigge against 

Roger abbat of S. Alban's and others, touching a fosse levied in. 

i Wathampsted (Herts) *, see Wheathampstead. 

Watiington (Oxf ) ; see Britwell. 

' m. 19d. (37). Wattlefield (Suff.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday and Robert de 

I Ludham to take the assise of mort daucestor arraigned by Edmund 

son of William de Wattlefeld against Isabel late wife of William 

de Watelfeld, touching possessions in. 

I Waude, North (Essex) ; 5ee Weald, North. 

m. lOd. (35). Wauton, John de, Radulph de Bemers, and David de Jarpenvill; 

appointment of, to hear and determine the appeal of Emma late 
I wife of Walter de Somerton in the county court of Surrey against 

I Henry le Lepere and William King, touching the death of the said 

Waller. Langley, Uth July. 

m. 7d. (85). Waverton, Great (Cumbr.) ; appointment of Geoffrey Aguillon and 

Alan de Walkingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by Alchor de Magna Waverton againt^t Adam (or Ada) de Magna 
Waverton and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 6d. (8). Waverton, Great (Cumbr.) ; appointmeut of same to take the assise 
of mort daucestor arraigned by Ague;* daughter of Matilda de 
Magna Waverton against Adain (or Ada) Profet and others, touch- 
ing a mesuage and land in. 

m. 18d. (67). Waverton (Staff.) ; appointment of Radulph de Hen^ham and Regi- 
nald de Legh to take the assise of novel disseism arraigned by 
William de Weston, chaplain, against Roger de Somery and others, 
touching common of pasture in. 

m. 18d. (58). Waverton (Staff.); appointment of same to take a similar assise 

arraigned by Henry de Waverton against the said Roger and 
others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 9 (17). Waverky, the abbat of ; letters of attorney to, in favour of Richard le 
Marchant and GiHiert de Hedle. Wmdsor, 14th July. 

Waxham (Norf.) ; see Somerton, East. 

m. 6d. (79). Weald, North (** North Waude") (Kssex) ; appointment of John de 

Lovetot and Roger de Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Humphrey de Hasting' against William de Hayes and 
others, touching a tenement in. 
m. 28d. (12). Weaaenham, High (" Heye Weienham ") (Norf.); appointment of 

Roger Loveday and Robert de Ludham to take the assise of novel 
disseisin arraigned by Mary daughter of John de Wesenham 
against William son of Radulph de Wcacnham, touching a tene- 
ment in. 



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No. 1. — Calendar of Patent Rolls : 8 Edward 1, — continued. 

m. 20d. (6). Wednesbury (** Wodenesbur' ") (Staff.) ; appointment of Radulpb de 

Hengham and Reginald de Leje to take the assise of mort dan- 
eestor arraigned by William son of Roger Illory against Th. son of 
Roger de Wodenesbor*, touching possessions in. 

m. 19d. (42). Wednesbury (Staff.) ; appointment of Radulph de Hengham and 

Reginald de Legh to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Heniy de Bruylly against John de Herouill and others, touching a 
tenement in. 

m. I8d. (93). Weedon (Northt.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias 

de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Hugh de Caue against Robert de Pinkeney and others, touching 
common of pasture in. 

m. lid. (52). Welby ('* Ulleby ") (Line.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapelton 

and Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned bj Radulph Raude against James Wyru and others, 
touching common of pasture in. 

m. lid. (24). Welby (Line.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias de 

Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
William de Freshened against James abbat of Yandey and others, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 20 (31). Welde, near Alresford ; presentation, directed to the keeper of the 

spiritualities of the bishopric of Winchester, of Henry le Mareschal 
to the church of, void and in the King's gift by the voidance of the 
see of Winchester. 

Wcllesbourne, Great and Little (Warw.) ; see Walton Deyvill. 

m. 27d. (41). Wellow (Southt.) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and William de 

Brayboef to take the assise of novel disseisin arraiffned by Robert 
le Wyse against John le En^leys and Agnes late wife of Amald le 
Wyse, touching a tenement m. 

m. 18d. (89). Wellow 0*.Welewe") (Southt.) j appointment of Robert Fulconis 

and William de Brayboef to take the attaint arraigned by John le 
Eugleis and Agnes late wife of Amald le Wyse against Robert le 
Wyse, touching a tenement in. 

m. 9d. (79). Wellow (Southt.) ; appointment of Robert Fubonis and William de 

Brayboef to take the assise arraigned by John Eugleys, of Romsey, 
against Robert Ic Wise and others, touching a tenement in. 

Welpengton (Northumbr.) ; see Wbelpington. 

m. 9d. (58). Welton (Leic.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias de 

Bekingham to take the jury of 24 knights arraigned by Richard 
Vincent, of Welton, against William Kotelbem, touching land in. 

m. 9d. (47). Welton (Northt.) appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias 

de Bekingham to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by 
lUchard Martin against Sarah late wife of Martin Louel, touching 
land and rent in. 

m. 5 (14). Wembwortby (" Wemmeworth* *') ; presentation, directed to the 
keeper of the spiritualities of the bishopric of Exeter, of Richard de 
Bereford' to the church of, void and in the King's gift by reason 
of the custody of the land and heirs of John Wyger, deceased, 
which is in the King*B hands. Ncwcastle-on-Tyne, 15th Sep- 
tember. 

m. 18d. (24). Wendon (Essex) ; appointment of John de Cobham and Roger de 

Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Henry 
Pelryn and Margery his wife against Thomas de Berkele and others, 

ro. 18d. (25). touching a tenement in ; and a similar assise arraigned by the said 

Henry and Margery against Edmund earl of Cornwall and others, 
touching a tenement in Newport and Birchanger ("Bilche- 
hanger"). 

m. 15d. (87). Wenhani, Little (Suff.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday and Robert 

de Ludham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Ranulph Surleboys against Master Roger de Holebrok' and others, 
touching a tenement in. 



DEPUTY KBBPER OF THE PUBLIC RECORl>?\ 18& 

No. 1. — Calendar of Patent Rolls: 8 Edward I. — continved. 

lii. 21d. (81). Wenlock (** Wanlok'*') (Salop) i appoiutment of Iladulph de Ileng- 

ham and Reginald de Legh to take the assise of mort daocestor 
arraigned by Hamo son of Hamo de Wanlok' against William 
HaiDonis, touching a mesuagt^ in. 

m. 21d. (35). Wenlock ("Wenlak") (Salop); appointment of same to take a 

similar asi^ise arraigned by Hamo son of Hamo de Wenlak' against 
William son of Hamo de Wenlok* and Sibil his wife, touching 
land in. 

m. 21d. (52). Wenlock, Much (Salop) ; appointment of Rudulph de Hcngham and 

Reginald de Leye to take the assise of mort daucestor arraigned by 
Roger Fitzlthenard against Agnes Fitzlthenard and Alice Fitz- 
Ithenard, touching land in. 

m. 4d. (49). Wenlock, ^luch (Salop) ; appointment of Radulp!i de Hengham and 

Reginald de Leye to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned 
by Warin son of Walter Forst, of Wenlock, against Simon de 
Kent, touching land in. 

m. 16d. (2). Wereham (" Wirkham") (Norf.); appointment of Roger Lovcday 

and Robert de Ludham to take the assise of novel disseisin 
, arraigned by Alan le Meisy against Theodore de Wirkham, touch> 

ing a tenement in. 

m. 15d. (82). Wereham (** Wirham") (Norf.) ; appointment of same to take a 

aimilar assise arraigned by Alan de Mcysi against Theodore de 
Wirham, touching a tenement in. 

Weresle (Hunts) ; see Waresley. 

m. 5d. (46). Westborough and Doddington (line.) ; appointment of Nicholas de 

Stapleton and Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of novel 
disseisin arraigned by William Backaueler against Reginald de 
Brandon and Walter FitzBrice, touching a tenement in. 

m. 22d. (1). Westbury (Bucks) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and Robert 

Malet to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Hugh de 
Chastellun against Richard de Charderug' and Roesia late wife of 
Richard de Chastellun, touching a tenement in. 

m. 8d. (61). Westbury (Bucks) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and Robert 

Malet to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by the master 
of the Hospital of S. John of Brackley against the prior of Snffield, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 6d. (71). Westbury (Glouc.) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and Giles de 

Berkeley to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Simon 
de Solers against Nicholas de Bath, touching common of pasture 
in. 

m. lOd. (3) . Westhall (Suff.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday and Robert de 

Ludham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by William 
de Cressingham, parson of the church of Westhall, against Henry 
de Enepol and others, touching common of pasture in. 

Westhorp* (Line.) : Bee Dunsthorp'. 

m. 22d. (31). Westmancote (Wore); appointment of Robert Fulconis and Giles 

de Berkeley to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
William de la Welle, of Westmancote, against Henry de Penedok' 
and Richard atte Welle, touching a tenement in. 

m. 17 (14). Westminster, the abbat and convent of; licence to, to enter upon 
land, of the inheritance of Margery wife of Pel er de Lenche, which 
the said Peter and Margery hold of the said abbat and convent, 
with the consent of the said Peter and Margery, and to hold the 
same in mortmain. Westminster, 27th May. 

in. 27d. (87). Westminster (Midds.) ; appointment of John de Lovetot and Roger 

de Leicester to take the certification arraigned by Edmund Pecok, 
and Elizabeth his wife against Philip FitzGerin and others, 
touching a tenement in. 



186 APPENDIX TO THE FORTY-NINTH REPORT OF THE 

No. h — Calendar of Patent Bolls : 8 Edward I. — continued. 

m. 15d. (51). Westminster (Midds.) ; appointment of John dc Lovetot and Roger 

de I^eicester to take the jury arraigned by Edmund Peook* and 
Elizabeth his wife against Philip FitzCterin and others, touching a 
tenement in. 

m. 25d. (22). Westminster and Eye (Midds.) ; appointment of John de Cobham 

and Elias de B«kingham to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by John de Wyudes* against Adam (or Ada) de Dele- 
grave and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 18d. (14). Westminster ; commission of gaol delivery for, to John de Lovetot, 

and U. de Baches worth. 

m. lOd. (5). Westminster; commission of gaol delivery for, to Thomas de Wey^ 

land and John de Cobham. 

m. 1 (10). Weston, Hugh de, Hugh son of; exemption to, for life, from serving 
on assises, juries, or recognitions or from being made, against his 
will, a sheriff, coroner, forester, verderer, &c. or other bailiff of the 
Crown. Westminster, 15th November. 

m. 25 (21). Weston, Nicholas de; remission to, of all the indignation and rancor 

conceived agaios*: him by the King by reason of a contempt com- 
mitted by him against the King, by reason of which the King 
caused his lauds and tenements to be taken into the hands of the 
King, the fine of 100 marks made with the King for this remission 
to be laid upon the said Nicholas and his heirs, and paid to the 
Ring at the King*$ pleasure. Winchester, 5th January. 

m. 8 (21). Weston, Nicholas de, knight of the co. Northampton ; pardon to, of 
a fine of 100 marks for certain trespasses committed by, against 
the King, and licence to, to alienate ten librates of land to whomso- 
ever he pleases, he haWng promised at the King's petition not to 
alienate any of his land nor in any way disinherit his heirs. 
Langley, 20th Jul}'. 

m. 12d. (72). Weston (Cambr.) ; appointment of Roger Lnveday and Robert de 

Ludham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Richard 
son of Martin Frauel against Henry son of Martin Frauell, touching 
a tenement in. 

m. 5d. (80). Weston S. Laurence (G!ouc.) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and 

Giles de Berkeley to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
John Page, of Weston S. Laurence, against Alan le (!^arpenter and 
others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 5d. (93). Weston S. Laurence (Glouc.) ; appointment of same to take a 

similar assise arraigned by Kufemia late wife of John Page against 
Alun le Carpenter and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 13d. (7). Weston (Notts) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapelton and Elias de 

Bekingham to take the assise of darrein presentment arraigned by 
the prior of Blithe against Robert de Moriton, Richard de Weston', 
and i)liver bishop of Lincoln, guardian of the land and heirs of 
Hugh de Hercy, touching the church of. 

m. lid. (63). Weston (^Notts) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias de 

Bekingham to take the assise of darrein presentment arraigned by 
the prior of Blyth against John de Heriz and others, touching a 
tenement in. 

m. 16d. (73). Weston-near-Thanies Ditton (Surr.) ; appointment of John de Cob- 
ham and Roger de Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by John Saleman against Peter le Taaur, of Winchester, 
and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 14d. (23). Wcstport (Dors.) ; appointmentofThomasde S. Vigor and Walter de 

Wmiburn' to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Edward 
(** Wdwavdus") Caygnel against Richard Joye imd Amice his wife, 
touching a tenement in. 

in. 25d. (41). Wetherden (Suff.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday and Robert de 

Ludham to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned bv John Bast 
against Hubert Sorel, of Wetherden, and Alice his wife, touching 
possessions in. 



DEPUTT KBEPER OF THE PUBLIC RECOKDB. 187 

Noa 1. — Calendar of Patent Rolls : 8 Edward I. — continued, 

Wethinton (Lane.) ; . see Withington. 

-m. Od. (79). Weuerton (Notts); appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias 

de Bekingham to take the a.«8ise armigned by Matilda late wife of 
Gilbert le Klemyng against Robert prior of Thurgarton, toaching a 
tenement in. 

m. 8 Id. (68). Wexham (Bucks) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and Robert 

Malet to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned bj Nicholas 
Burry, of Fifhide, against Walter de Dorneye and John de Rolee, 
touching a roesuage and land in. 

m. nd. (49). Wexham (Bucks) ; appointment of same to take a similar assise 

arraigned by Nicholas Barry against Walter de Dorneye, toaching a 
mesuage and land in. 

ra. 19d. (12). Wey bread (" Weibred ") (SuflE.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday 

and Robert de Ludham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by John Viry and Emma his wife against Alice late wife of Alex- 
ander le Marches and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 7 (26). Weyland, Nicholas de, going to Ireland by licence ; protection to, 
with clause : Valumita, Newstead iu^Sherwood, 3rd August. 

m. ft (20). Weyland, Nicholas de, gone by licence to Ireland ; letters of attorney 
to, in favour of Herbert de Weylaund and Henry Bernard. West- 
minster, 5th November. 

m. 14 (4). Weyland, Thomas de ; inspeximus and confirmation of letters patent 
of Walter de Helyun to, dated at London on the morrow of the 
Ascension, 8 Edward I., selling, by the precept of the King, the 
term of 8 years which Abraham son of Deulacres, a Jew, of 
Norwich, drawn and burned for blasphemy, of which he was con- 
victed, had in the manor of Kellinge out of the demise of lord 
James Fitz .Gilbert, and the issues of the same from the date at 
which it came into thehand<« of the King, and the chattels late of the 
said Jew found therein, for 50 marks to be paid to Philip de 
Wilegheby for the behoof of the King. Westminster, 8th June. 

m. 14d. (9). Weyland, Thomas de ; appointment of, to inquire what evildoers 
broke into the park of W. bishop of Norwich at Henyngham and 
hunted therein and took and carried off the deer there, &c. and 
to bear and determine the trespass committed by them in so doing. 
Westminster 11th June. 

m. 4d. (1), Weyland, Thomas de, and John de Lovetot ; appointment of, to hear 
and determine the appeal of Km ma late wife of Walter de Somerton 
in the county court of Surrey against Henry le Lepere and 
William King touching the death of the said Walter. Langley, 
16th October. 

m. 4d. (58). Weyland, Thomas de, association of, with the barons of the Ex- 
chequer to examine the processes of certain snits in the hustings 
court of London by writs of right of Henry III. between Richard 
de Tolesano and Michael de Tolesano and Joan his sister, touching 
possessions in London and between the said Richard and John de 
Tolesano father of the said Michael and Joan, touching the said 
I possessions. 

I m 3d. (62). Weyland, Thomas de, and Robert du Bois, appointment of , to [inquire 

I as to], hear, &c. the trespass of certain evildoers unknown in 

making an attack npon William Siente, Godfrey his brother, 
Stephen Dusing', Thomas de Horseye, Richard Brun, and John 
Knibt at Great Yarmouth. Westminster, 28th October. 

m. 26d. (42). Whaddon (Caoabr.) ; appointment of Koger f .oveday and Robert de 

Ludham to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by Henry 
de Radewynter against Henry de Whaddou, touching a mesuage 
and land in. 

'». 32d. (27). Whatecomb' (Oxf.) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and Robert 

Malet to take the assise arraigned by Nicholas le Ourter, of Clifton, 
and Jul[iana] his wife agamst Richard Sundy and Stephen le 
Scijaunt, touching a hedge destroyed in. 



188 APPENDIX TO THE FORTY-NINTH REPOBT OP THE 

No. 1. — Calendar of Patent Eolis : 8 Edward I. — cofUinued, 

m. Sd. (31). Wheatfield (« Whitefeld ") (Oxf.) ; appointment of Robert FalconiB 

and Geoffrey de Leukenore to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by John son of Guy de Weston against Elias de Whitefeld 
and John Byke, touching common of pasture in. 

m. 1 6d. (79). Wheathampstead (** Wathampsted ") (Herts) ; appointment of John 

de Lovetot and Roger de Xieicester to take the assise of mort 
dancestor arraign<Ml by Robert de la Mare against John de la Mare, 
touching possessions in. 

m. 16d. (69). Wholpington (" Welpengton")* Great (Northumbr.) ; appointment 

of Geoffrey Aguillon and Alan de Walkingham to take the assise 
of mort dancestor arraigned by Thomas de Saunes agunst 
Laurence de Folewell, touching a mesuage and land in. 

m. 14d. (8). Whipsnade (Beds) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and Robert 

Malet to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by William 
son of Walter atte Dune against Radulph atte Dune and others, 
touching a mesuage and land in. 

m. I8d. (80). Whisendine (" Wissinden ") (Rutl.); appointment of Nicholas de 

Stapleton and Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of novel 
disseisin arraigned by Ranulph Umfrei and Avice his wife against 
Robert de Wissinden, chaplain, and Fier le Procurator, touching a 
tenement in. 

m. Id. (66). Whitbeck ("Wytebek"') (Cumbr.) ; appointment of Geoffrey 

Aguillon and Alan de Walkingham to take the assise of novel 
disseisin arraigned by the abbat of Calder against William de 
Morthyng, touching a tenement in. 

m. 15d. (61). Whitchurch (" Wytechirch *') (Bucks) ; appointment of Robert 

Fulconis and Robert Malet to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by John Colderel against Thomas de Aston and others, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 8d. (82). Whitchurch (Bucksi); appointment of Robert Fulconis and Robert 

Malet to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Edmund 
de Mortimer, parson of the church of Whitchurch, against Radulph 
dA la Mare, touching a tenement in. 

m. 3d. (58). Whitchurch (Bucks) ; appointment of the same to take a similar 
assise arraigned by John Colderell against Robert de Veer, earl of 
Oxford, and Thomas de Aston, touching a tenement in. 

m. 8d. (10). Whitefield (** Wyffeld") (Glouc) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis 

and Giles de Berkeley to take the assise of murt dancestor arraigned 
by Richard Walkelyu against Reginald le Keu, of Whitefield, 
touching possessions in. 

Whitefield (Glouc.) ; see Deerhurst. 

Wbitenacr* (Staff.) ; see Sandon. 

m. 1 Id. (49). Whitefield (« Wytefeld '*), BernardesP Brading C*Berding"), 

Atherfield, and Godshill (Sontht.) ; appointment of Robert Ful- 
conis and William de Brayboef to take the assise of mort dancestor 
arraigned by John de Tracy against John de Hardington and 
others, touching possessions in. 

m. 4d. (66). Whitford (Devon) ; appointment of Walter de Wimborne and Thomas 

de S. Vigor to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
William le Fumer against Richard le He was and others, touching 
a tenement in. 

m. 16d. (77). Whitgreave (** Wytep»ve ") (Staff.) ; appointment of Radulph de 

Hengham and Reginald de Legh to take the assise' of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Master Adam de Fileby against Henry de Carsewell, 
touching common of pasture in. 

m. 7d. (92). Whitri^g (** Whyterik ") (Cumbr.) ; appointment of Geoffrey 

Aguillon and Alan de WaJkingham to take the assise of novel 
disseisin arraigned by John of the Lathes and Agatha his wife 
against Robert de la Fertee and others, touching common of 
pasture in. Carlisle, 8th September. 



DEPUTY KEEPER OP THE PUBLIC BEGORDS. 189 

No. 1. — Calendar of Patent Bolls : 8 Edward I. — continued, 

m. 5d. (97). Whitstable (" Wytstaple ") (Kent) ; appointment of John de Cobham 

and Roger de Leicester to take the assise of mort dancestor ar- 
raigned by Simon son of Hamo de Strode against Thomas de 
Alkham, touching land in. 

m.^24d. (44). Whittinglon ("Wytinton") (Staff.); appointment of Kadnlph de 

Hengham and Reginald de Legh to take the assise of mort dancestor 
arraigned by Alan son of Alan Everard against Alice de Astleye 
and Richard her son, touching a mesuage and land in. 

m. 18 (88). Whytecote (Herts) ; appointment of John de Lovetot and Roger 
de Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Richard Cisseaeme against the abbat of S. Alban's and Hugh le 
Taillur, touching common of pasture in. 

m. 4d. (21). Wick, Long (" Longe Wich ") (Bucks) ; appointment of Robert 

Fulconis and Robert Malet to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Sarah le Fraunkeleyn against Peter son of Peter de 
Longe Wieh% touching a tenement in. 

m, 6d. (47). Wick-near-Bradford (Dors.) ; appointment of Walter de Wimbome 

and Thomas de S. Vigor to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by John son of John de Iioscumbe against Henry 
Sprut and others, touching a tenement in. Newcastle^n-Tyne, 
16th September. 

m. 7d. (19). Wick (Wore.) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and Giles de 

Berkeley to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Tho- 
mas de Purdesouere against William Corbet, touching a tenement 
in. 

Wick (Wore.) ; see Witton. 

in. 24d. (43). Wicken (** Wik'") and Hartwell (" HertweH") (Northt.) ; appoint- 
ment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias de liekingham to take the 
assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Lucy daughter of Robert son 
of John de Wik' against Robert son of Hamo de Wik* and others, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 24d. (62). Wickham (Line.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias 

de Bekingham to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by 
Robert de Curzun against Philip de Staumburn and Idonea his 
wife, touching a mesuage and land in. 

B. 4d. (67). Wickham (" Wycham ") (Oxf.) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis 

and Robert Malet to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by 
Mabel late wife of John Spademan against Robert de Wycham, 
touching a mesuage in. 

Wickham (Suff.) ; see Horpol*. 

m. 7d. (28). Wicklewood (Norf.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday and John de 

Metingham to take the certification arraigned by Thomas de Dan- 
ham against William de Willewod, touching a tenement in. 

m, 19d. (89). Widford (" Wydefoi-d ") (Glouc.) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis 

and Giles de Berkeley to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by Hobert le Mouner, of Swoubpok', and Edith his wife against 
Alice Clement and others, touching a tenement in. 

Widkesho (Suff.) j see Wixhoe. 

m. 2fid. (70). Wiggenhall (•• Wygenhall ") (Norf.) ; appointment of Roger Love- 
day and Robert de Ludham to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Robert le Chapelein against the abbat of Dereham 
and others, touching a tenement in. 

in. 16d. (21). Wigton (" Wyggeton ") (Cumbr.) ; appointment of Geoffirey Aguil- 

lon and Alan de Waikingham to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Thomas de Neuton against Walter de Wyggeton and 
others, touching common of pasture in. 

m. 18 (27). Wigwig (« WiggewiV ") (Salop); appointment of Radulph de 
Henghan and Reginald de Legh to take the assise of novel dis- 
seisin arraigned by the prior of Wenlock against Roger Wiggewik*, 
touching a tenement in. 



190 APPENPIX TO THE FORTY-NINTH REPORT OP THE 

No. 1. — Calendar of Patent Roils : 8 Edward I. — continued, 

m.-llcl. (6). Wike (Essex) ; appointment of John de Lovetot and Roger de 

Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by William 
de Rochester and Agnes his wife against Robert Flambard, touching 
a tenement in. 

Wikes (Essex) ; ate Oukley. 

m. IBd. (71). Wiketon (Bucks) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and Robert 

Halet to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Peter de 
Flltte and Alice his wife against Hugh de Bray and Sibil his wife, 
touching a tenement in. 

Wildey (Berks) ; see Eling. 

m. 23 (27). Wileby, Master Philip dt% clerk ; appointment of, to sell the books 

and other goods and chattels late of certain Jews of Oxford, 
forfeited (for trespass of the coinage) to the King. Clarendon, 
20th February. 

m. 18d. (1). Willaston (" Wiluerestou ") (Salop) ; appointment of Radulph de 

Hengham and Reginald de Legh to take the assise of novel dis- 
seisin arraigned by Richard son of Richard Jarefort against the 
master of the Knights Templars in England and Richard de 
Eyimundesterre, touching common of pasture in. 

m. 17d. (89). WiUen ("Wilyes") (Bucks) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and 

Robert Malet to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
John son of Robert de Wllyes and Christiana his wife against 
John de Clopton and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 17d. (42). Willen (Bucks) ; appointment of same to take a similar assise 

arraigned by William le (jardiner and Agatha his wife against the 
said John and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 18 (58). WiUingdou-near-Pevensey (Suss.) ; appointment of John de Cob- 
ham and Roger de Leicester to take the assise of mort dancestor 
arraigned by Agnes Cosyne against Richard Abraham, touching 
land in. 

m. 17d. (9). Willingham-near-Hainton (Line.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Sta- 

pleton and Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of novel dis- 
seisin arraigned by Robert de Wlu ogham against Nicholas de 
Cumpton, touching common of pasture in. 

m. 8d, (1). Wilmcote (** Wylmendecote ") (Warw.) ; appointment of Nicholas 

de Stapleton and Elias de Bekinghara to take the assise of novel 

^ disseisin arraigned by Margaret late wife of Radulph de Ludinton 

against Thomas Osmund, of Wilmcote, and others, touching a 

tenement in. 

m. 7d. (^0). Wilmcote (" Wilmundecoie ") (Warw.); appointment of Radulph 

de Hengham and Reginald de Legh to take the assise of novel 
disseisin arraigned by William de Walton against Thomas Osemund 
and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 6d. (3). Wilton (Cumbr.) -, appointment of Geoffrey Aguillon and Alan de 
Walkingham to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by 
Alexander de Hale against Constance late wife of Thomas de Hale, 
touching land in. 

m. 27d. (61). Wilton (Wilts) ; appointment of Robert Fulcouis and William de 

Brayboef to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Clarice 
late wife of Stephen de Croydon against Richard le Nedler, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 27d. (75). Wilton-in-Pickering Lythe [York] ; association of Thomas de Nor- 

manvill and Nicholas de Stapleton with the justices itinerant in co. 
York to take the attaint arraigned by John de Ferlington against 
Richard de Breuse, touching the manor of, except certain land in 
the said manor. 

m. lid. (26). Wunbledon (•* Wymbeldon |') (Surr.) ; appointment of John de 

Cobham and Roger de Leicester to take the assise of mort dan- 
cestor arraigned by Walter Attewynherd against Hugh son of 
Robert de la Wodehalle, touching land in. 



DEPUTY KEErER OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS. 191 

No» 1. -^Calendar of Patent Rolls ; 8 Edward I. — canHnued. 

m, 4d. (28). Wimbledon C< Wymbeldon *') (Sarr.) ; appointmeot of John de 

Cobhaui and Roger de Leicester to take the assise of novel dis- 
seisin arraigned by Walter son of William de la Wjmberd against 
Peter son of Robert de la Wodeall and others, touching a tenement 
in. 

m. Id. (66). Wimbledon (" Wjmendon ") (Surr.) ; appointment of John de Cob- 

ham and Roger de Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Alice daughter of Simon le Barber against Alice late 
wife of John le Fevre, of Wymendon, and Thomas de Wytham, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 28d. (54). Wimbome, Walter de, and Thomas de S. Vigor ; appointment of, a^ 

justices, to inquire as to, hear, and determine the trespass of certain 
evildoers unknoiru in forcibly entering the park of Antony Bek'. 
of Tanrant ("Tarente") [Dors.], hunting therein without hi? 
licence, and taking and carrying away beasts. 

m. 20d. (38). Wimborne, Walter de, and Thomas de S. Vigor ; appointment of, to 

take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Robert le Gra^^ 
against Robert Boterel and others (Comw.) {aic). 

m. Hd. (62). Wimbome Minster (Dors.); appointment of Walter de Wimborne 

and Thomas de S. Vigor to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Peter de Walford against Jordan Locky and Matilda 
his wife, touching a tenement in. 

Winch, West (Norf.) ; see Fretteuham. 

m. 21 (4). Winchester ; presentation, directed to the keeper of the spirituaiitie.s 
of the bishopric of, of William de Netherauen', chaplain, to the 
church of S. James, near the King's castle at, void and in the 
King's gi(t by reason of the voidance of the snid bishopric, which 
is in the King's hands. Down Ampney, 13th March. 

m. 4 (22). Winchester, the bailiffs and men of ; mandate of intendence and 
respondence in favour of Thomas de Micheldeure, whom they have 
elected the mayor of that city and presented to the King, and who 
has taken the oath, and been received to the office. Westminster, 
25th October. 

m. 15 (14). Winchester, the priory of S. Switfain at ; appointment of John 
Delisle, parson of Sbaldefeld, with two of the more discreet and 
loyal monks of the priory, to be elected by the prior and content, 
to receive all the goods and chattels of the priory, and to support 
thereout the said prior and convent, the surplus remaining over to 
be applied to the discharge of the debts of the house ; the said 
John and the monks to be intentive on the custody thereof during 
pleasure. Westminster, 27th Ma)-. 

[The teste is as follows: — *'ln cujus, &c. Teste ut supra et 
** memorandum quod est data bujus litterse. xxvij die Maij."j 

m. U (14). Winchester, the prior and convent of S. Swithin's at ; simple pro- 
tection to. 

m. 23 (23). Winchester ; conge d'^lire to the sub-prior and others of the chuich 
of S. S within of, vice Nicholas late bishop of, deceased. Clarendon, 
18th February. 

m. 5 (24). Winchester, the prior and convent of S. Swithun's at ; conge d'^lire 
to, vice R. bishop of Bath and Wells, postulate 1 to the bishopric 
of, but not admitted by the Pope. Pickering, 25th September. 

m« 2 (24). Winchester; assent to the election of Master Richard de la More, 
archdeacon of, to be bishop of. Westminster, 15th November. 

m. 24 (7). Winchester, Adam de ; significamus of an inspeximus of Letters 
Patent of Edw. I. (sealed with the seal which he then employed, 
and dated at Ix)ndon, 3rd November, 53 Henry III.), granting to, 
exemption of his houses built and to be built in the city of 
Winchester in Shorte-strete, which houses used to l)c the King's 
house by reason of his predecessors, the earls of Chester, from all 



192 APPENDIX TO THE FORTY-NINTH REPORT OF THE 
No, 1. — Calendar of Patent Rolls : 8 Edward I. — continued. 



*' lirery of oar marshals," so that uo person shall lodge ia the 
said houses against the will of the said Adam. Winchester, 7th 
January. 

m. 27d. (42). Winchester (Southt.) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and William 

de Brayboef to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned bj 
Adam de Winchester against Laurence de Done, touching a tene- 
ment in. 

m. 37d. (45). Winchester (Sontht.) ; appointment of same to take a similar assise 

arraigned by the said Adam against Richard Gabriel, touching a 
tenement in the suburb of. 

m. 23d. (52). Winchester (Southt.) ; appointment of Roger de Clifford and W. 

de Hamelton to take the assise of darrein presentment arraigned 
by the King against Master Richard de Ferring', touching the 
church of S. James without the western gate of. 

m. 27d. (68). Winchester ; commission of gaol delivery for, to Richard de Cole- 

shull, John de Grimested, Walter Lillebon, and Robert de Poppe- 
ham. 

m. 2Ud. (18). Winchester; commission of gaol delivery for, to R. de ColeshuU 

and John de Grimeaced, Walter liUebon, and Robert de Popham. 

m. 20d. (25). Winchester ; commission of gaol delivery for, to Richard de Cole- 
shuU, John de Grimsted, Walter Lillebon, and Robert de Popham. 

m. 7d. (34). Winchester : commission of gaol delivery for, to Richard de Cole- 
ahull, John de Grimeated, Walter Lillebon, and Robert de Popham. 

m. Ild« (56). Windlesham (Surr.) ; appointment of John de Cobham and Roger 

de Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
John Attestrode against William atte Chirche and others, touching 
a tenement in. 

m. 27 (19)* Windsor ; grant to the burgesses and men of, of the vill of, to fkrm 

at a rent to the Crown of 30/. a year. Winchester, Ist January. 

[Crossed out. In margin of roll are the words: — ^'Yacat quia 
" restituta fuit litera et cancellata et posteu innovata prout patet 
" in Rotulo patentium anni Noni mense Septembris."] 

m. 28d. (14). Windsor ; commission of gaol delivery for, to Geoffrey de Picheford, 

John de Bakepua, Robert Malet, and Sampson Folyot. 

m. I8d. (82). Windsor ; commission of gaol delivery for, to Roland de Erie, John 

de Bakepus, Thomas Huskarle, and John de Tedmersche. 

m. lOd. (45). Windsor ; commission of gaol delivery for, to Henry de Shotesbrok', 

Richard le Pouere, Thomas Huscarle, and Geoffrey de Wauncy. 

m. 2d. (80). Windsor ; commission of gaol delivery for, to Roland de Erie, John 
de Bakepua, Sampson Folyot, and William le Pouere. 

m. Id. (65). Winnington ('* Wennington") (Salop and Staff.); appointment of 

Radulph de Hengham and Reginald de Leye to take the assise 
arraigned by William de Derington against Robert de Brumleg' 
and Piaster Philip de Brumleg', touching a pond heightened in. 

m. lid. (1). Winston (*• Wyneston ") (Suff.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday 

and Robert de Ludham to take the assise of mort dancestor 
arraigned by Bartholomew son of Adam le Noryce against Nicholas 
de FaUham and others, touching a mesuage and land in. 

m. 16d. (42.) Winterbourn Danvers and Chilton Danvers (Berks) ; appointment 

of Robert Fulconis and Robert Malet to take the assise of mort 
dancestor arraigned by Elias de Whitfeud against Robert de Grey 
and Joan his wife, touching possessions in. 

m. 19d. (74). Winterbourne Gunner (" Wynterbum Gummore ") (Wilts) ; appoint- 
ment of Robert Fulconis and William de Brayboef to take the 
assise of mort dancestor arraigned by Alice de la Mare against the 
Master of S. Mark's House without Bristol, touching the manor of. 

Winterton (Norf.) ; see Somerton, East. 



DEPUTY KEEPER OF THE PUBLIO RE00BD9. 193 

No. 1. — Calendar of Patent Bolls : 8 Edward l.-^ontinued, 

m. I9d. (76). Winton (" Wynton ") (Westmorel.) ; appointment of Geoflrej 

Aguillon and Alan de Walkingham to take the asaise of noTel 
diaseisin arraigned by John de Kaberg* against Michael de Herteola 
and John de Langeton, touching a tenement in. 

Wirham (Norf.) ; «ee Wereham. 

m. S8 (10). Wirkeaworth and Oaeburn, the manors of, and the wapentake of 
Wirkesworth; mandate of intendence and reapondenoe in all 
matters pertaining to, addressed to the tenants of, in porsuanoe of 
the grant to Edmund the King's brother of, in fee simple. Windsor, 
86th KoTember. 

Wirkham (Norf.) { see Wereham. 

m. 20d. (90). Wisbeach ; commission of gaol delirery for, to Almario Pecch', Saer 

de Friaill, William Muschet, and Baldwin de 8. George. 

in. 8d. (88). Wisbeach ; commission of gaol deli?ery for, to Baldwin de S. George, 

WilHam Mnschet, John Dakeny, and John Rossel. 

m. 28d. (1). Wishford (*" Wicheford'') (Wilts) ; appointment of Robert Faloonis 

and William de Brayboef to take the assise of novel disseisin ar- 
raigned by Peter Oseborn against Edmund le Sptgomel and others, 
touching a tenement in. 

Wissenden (Rutl.) ; see Whisendine. 

m. sad. (88). Wistaatott ('< Wistoneston ") (Heref.) ; appointment of Robert Fnl- 

eonis and Glides de Berkeley to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Walter son of Simon le Yiingehosebond and Alice his 

m. 9dd. (SV). wife against Thomas le Wafre, touching a tenement in; and a 

similar assise arraigned by the said Walter and Alice against 
Nicholas Woderone and others, touching a tenement in the said 
Till. 

m. 8d. (46). Wiston (<* Wysington '0 (Suff.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday 

and Robert de Ludham to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by William de Leketon and Roesia his wtfe agiUnst 
William de Hemested and others, toaching a tenement in. 

m. 5d« (68). Wistowe (*' Wystowe ") (Hunts) ; appointment of Roger Loveday 

and Robert de Ludham to take the assise of novel disseisin ar- 
raigned by Thomas le Ken, of Wistowe, against the abbat of 
Russey and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. sod. (19). Wiswall (" Wysewell'O (Lane.) ; appointment of Geoffirey A^piiUon 

and Alan de Walkingham to tsJce the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Richard de Punchardun and Beatrix his wife against 
Adam (or Ada) de Blakebum and others, touching a tenement 
in. 

m. lid. (89). Wiswall (•• Wysewelle") (Lane.) ; appointment of Geoffrey Aguillon 

and Alan de Walkingham to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Adam son of John de Blakebum against Peter de 
Cestr' and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. lid. (81). Wiswall (Lane); appointment of same to take a similar assise 

arraigned by John son of Adam de Blakebum against Henry de 
Bouilton and others, touching a tenement in. 

in. 19d. (81). Witham (Line.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias de 

Bekingham to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by 
Robert le Cnrsun against Philip de Scaumbum, touching posses- 
sions in. 

m. 14a. (84). Withiall (Herts) ; appointment of John de Lovetot and Roger de 

Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Agnes 
daughter of Henry Lobet against John del Esthareres and others, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 9d. (61). Withiall (" Wydyhale ") (Herts) ; appointment of John de Lovetot 

and Roger de Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin ar- 
raigned by Agnes daughter of Henry Lobet against AHanor de 
Scalariis and others, touching \ tenement in. 

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No. 1. — ^Calendar of Patent Rolls: 8 Edward I. — continued. 

m, 12d. (22). Withington (** Wethtnton ") (Lane.) ; appointment of Geoffrey 

Agaillon and Alan de Walkinfffaam to take the assise of novel 
disseisin arraigned by Henry dS Plat and Cecilia his wife against 
Richard del Plat, touching common of pasture in. 

m. 28d. (15). Witton ("Wytton") and Wick (** Wych") (Wore); appointment 

of Robert Fulconis and Giles de Berkeley to take the assise of mort 
dancestor arraigned by Matilda Sely against Kobert Reynald, of 
Witton, tottching land in. 

m. I9d. (54). Wittre (Salop) ; appointment of Radulph de Hengfaam and Reginald 

de Legh to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Walter 
le Mouner, of Montgomery, against Robert son of Robert de 
Wittre, toacbing a tenement in. 

m. 22d. (22). Wixhoe (<* Wydekshou '') (Suff.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday 

and Robert de Ladham to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Joan late wife of Hamo Cheure against Robert Fits- 
Walter and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 18d. (45). Wixhoe (" Widkesho ") (Suff.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday 

and Robert de Ladham to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Hamo de Radenhale and Camilla his wife against 
William de Rothing and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 8d. (50), Wixhoe ('* Widekiso ") (Suff.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday and 

Robert de Ladham to take the assise of mort dancestor arrai^ed 
by John de Cokefeld against William de Rothing and owers, 
touching the manor of. 

Wlpet (Suff.) ; tee Woolpit. 

Wlston (Lane.) ; tee Woolston. 

m. 8d. (8). Wodecote and Pipwell (Leic.^ ; appointment of Nicholas de Staple- 
ton and Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of mort dancestor 
arraigned by Geoffrey son of Matilda de Wodecote against the 
prior of La Laonde, touching a mesuage and land in. 

m. 28 (8). Wodye, Robert ; pardon to, at the instance of Robert, bishop of 
Bath and Wells, the chancellor, for having killed Walter Skyle in 
self-defence. Lindhurst, 20th January. 

m. 16d. (66). Wokendon Setfontayne (Essex) ; appointment of John de Lovetot 

and Roger de Leicester to take l^e assise of novel disseisin ar- 
raigned by John de Beanchamp against Walter de Beauchamp and 
others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 18 (76). Wolfertou (Norf.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday and Robert de 

Ladham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by the prior 
of Shouldham against John de Gelham and Godfrey Sibellot, 

m. 18 (77). touching a tenement in; and a similar assise arraigned by the 
said prior against Thomas Trussebut, touching a tenement in 
Shouldham. 

m. 9d. (24). Wollaston (^Northt.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and 

Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by John son of Warin Beuereg* against John le Plomer, touching 
a tenement in. 

Wollaston (Northt) ; see Strixton. 

Wolterton (Norf.) ; see Mannington. 

m. 7d. (89). Wolverhampton ('' Wulvemehampton ") (Staff.) ; appointment of 

Radulph dc Hengham and Reginald de Legh to take the assise of 
novel disseii^in arraigned by Robert de Warwick, chaplain, against 
Richard son of Nicholas del Boys and others, touching conunon of 
pastonin. 

m. 7d. (40). Wolverhampton (Staff.) ; appointment of same to take a similar 
assise arraigned by Martin de Ridelesworth, chaplain, against Hervey 
FitzClement and the said Richard, touching common of pasture in. 

Wonersh (Surr.) ; see Bramley. 



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m. 22d. (14). Woodcote (Salop) ; appointment of Radolph de Hengham and 

Reginald de Legh to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
John son of Robert de Wodecote against Roger de Pjulesdon, 
tottohing a tenement in. 

m. Ud. (48). Woodcote (Salop) ; appointment of Radolph de Hengham and 

Reginald de hbgh* to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
bj John son of Robert de Wodecote against Roger de Paelesdoo% 
touching common of pasture in. 

m. lid. (60). Woodcote (Salop) ; appointment of Radolph de Hengham and 

Reginald de Le^h to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
John son of Michael de Morton against Thomas son of Robert de 
Wodecot' and others, touching a tenement in. 

Woodcote (Salop) ; see London. 

XO. S2d. (4). Woodford (Kortbt.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and 
Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by Isabel late wife of Qilbert de Holland against William de 
Twywell and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 17d. (76). Woodford, Little (Wilts) ; appointment of Robert Folconis and 

William de Brayboef to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by John Walewyn and Nicholaa his wife against Roger Sepesy and 
others, touching a tenement in. 

m. I8d. (64). Woolpit (^ Wlpet ") (Soff.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday and 

Robert de Ludham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by Geoffrey le Warde against Richard de Cheuunton and others* 
touching a tenement in. 

m. I8d. (66). Woolpit (Soff.) ; appointment of same to take a similar assise 

arraigned by the said Geoffrey against Richard de (^eninton and 
others, touching a tenement in. 

m. lid. (30). Woolston (" Wlston ") (Lane.) ; appStnutment of Geoffrey Apiillon 

and Alan de Walkingham to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Master Henry de Shamelesby against Robert de 
Lauton and Hugh his son, touching common of pasture in. 

m. lid. (88). Woolston (Lane.) ; appointment of same to take a similar assise 

arraigned by Master Henry de Shamelesbir' against Richard de 
Moston and others, touching common of pasture in. 

m. 19d. (ll)» Woottou (Beds); appointment of Robert Fulconis and Robert 

Malet to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Reginald 
Gubyun against Hugh de S. Edward and William Lmcyene, touching 
a tenement in. 

m. 9d« (86). Wootton (Northt.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias 
de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
John de Morewell and Margery his wife against William fix la 
Persone and Matilda his wife, touching a tenement in. 

m. 9d. (59). Wootton (Northt.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton and Elias 
de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Robert Page and Elena his wife sgainst William Barat and Matilda 
his wife, touching a tenement in. 

m. 19d. (63). Wootton. Wawen (Warw.) ; appointment of Nicholas de Stapleton 

and Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of mort dancestor 
arraigned by William son of William Campyun against Matilda de 
la Grene, touching land in. 

m. 87 (8). Worcester, Godfrey, bishop of ; acknowledgment of a debt to, of 
60 marks, to be paid in the Quinsaine of Easter next, for a like sum 
paid by the said bishop in alms for the King. Westminster, 86th 
December. 

[Crossed out. In margin of original entry : — ** Vacat quia rest!- 
** tuta fait litera et cancdlata et idem episcopus habet inde breve 
•« de liberate."] 

m. 8 (18). Worcester; grant to the men of, of murage for seven years. West- 
minster, 8th November. 

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No. 1. — Calendar of Patent Rolls : 8 Edward I. — continued. 

m. 27 (8). Worcester, Isaac of, Aaron son of, a Jew ; licence to, to sell the hooBes 
which he has in Worcester for the purpose of paying his debts to 
the King, as it appears through the justices appointed for the 
custody of the Jews that the houses of the said A^ron are neither 
forfeited to the King nor in the King's hands for any reason. 
Windsor, 26tb NoTember, 8 Edward I. 

m. 21d. (89). Worcester, appointment of Robert Fulconis and Giles de Berkeley to 

take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Agnes la Bfareschall 
against Walter le Fraonoeia and Isolda his daughter, touching a 
tenement in. 

m. Sid. (S). Worcester ; commission of gaol delirery for, to Giles de Berkeley, 

Osbert de Auenesbir*, Walter de Cokeseye, and Walter de 
Caples. 

m, 6d. (98). Worcester ; commission of gaol deliyery for, to Giles de Berkeley, 

Osbert de Auenesbir', Walter de Ck>keseye, and Walter de 
Caplet. 

m. 97d. (IS). Worldham (" Wordham") (Southt.); appointment of Robert Ful- 
conis and William de Brayboef to take Uie assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by John le Frannkelein against John de Weunx and others, 
touching common of pasture in. 

Wormingford (Essex) ; ue Fordham, Great. 

m. 16d. (44). Worminghall ('< Wormenhal* ") (Oxf.); appointment of Robert 

Fulconis and Robert Malet to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by John FitzNigel, senior, against Robert de Boyton 
and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 4d. (40). Worth (Dors.) ; appointment of Walter de Wimbome and Thomas 
de 8. Vigor to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Ingram le Waleys against Robert le fix Paen and othem, touching 
a tenement in. 

m. I9d. (10). Worth (Suss.); appointment of John de Cobham and Roger de 

Leicester to take the assise arraigned by Geoffrey de Tmtesle 
against Joan late wife of John de Somerbere and Walter de 
Haicroft, touching a pond destroyed in. 

m I8d. (84). Worth, Osener^e, Bolebrok', and Bretenesse (Suss.) ; appointment of 

John de Cobham and Roger de Leicester to take the assise of novel 
diifseisin arraigned by Robert de Hempsted against Robert de 
Gocele and John de Goding', touching a tenement in. 

m. 18d. (56). Worthing (" Wordingg* ") (Norf.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday 

and Robert de Ludham to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by Richard Attemilne, of Worthing, against John le 
Fraunceys, of Betteley, and William his brother, touching a tene- 
ment in. 

m. 6d. (48). Worthington (Lane.) ; appointment of Gfeofire^ Aguillon and Alan 

de Walkingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Henry de Lathum and Elena his wife against William de Worthing- 

m. 6d. (44). ton, touching common of pasture in ; and a similar assise arraigned 

by the said Henry and Elena against John de Chisenhale, touching 

•m. 6d. (45). common of pasture in Wrightington (" Whritinton ") ; and a 

similar assise arraigned by the said Henry and Elena against 
Richard le Butiller and others, touching common of pasture m the 
same vilL 

•m. 6d. (65). Worthy, King's (Southt.) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and 

William de Brayboef to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by Bertram Gytring* and Alice his wife against Adam le Despenser, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 8d. (50). Wouldham (Kent) ; appointment of John de Cobham and Roger de 
Leicester take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by Roger atte 
Strete and Matilda his wife and Avice her sister against John son 
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m. 4d. (86). Wreningham (Norf.) ; appointment of Jobn de Loretot and Herrey 

de Stanhow« to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Sarah de Uulme against WiUiam son of Alexander le Moigne and 
others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 18d. (44). Wrentham (Suff.) ; appointment of Roger LoTeday and Robert de 

Lndham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Katherine daughter of John le Parmeter against Matilda de Buscy 
and Robert du Bois, touching a tenement in. 

Wrightmgton (Lane.) ; see Worthington. 

m. 15d. (49^. Writtle (Essex) j appointment of John de Ix>vetot and Roger de 

Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Roger 
de Merton against William Luuel and others, touchmg a tenement 
in. 

m. Ud. (47). Writtle (Essex) j appointment of Thomas de Weyland and John de 

Cobham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by John de 
Do\er against Richard de Brues and others, touching a tenement 
in. 

m. lid. (74). Writtle (Essex); appointment of John de Lovetot and Roger de 

Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by John de 
Dovor against Richard de Brewus and others, toucning a tenement 
in. 

m. 16d. (1). Wrosne, La (Wore.) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and Giles de 
Berkeley to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by the 
prior of Dudley against John de Teshal and others, touohing a 
tenement in. Westminster, 87th Slay. 

ro. 19d. (14). Wycombe (Bucks) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and Robert 

Malet to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Walter 
Bechel and Margery his wife against Walter Billing' and others, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 12d. (28). Wycombe, West (Bucks) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and 

Robert Malet to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by 
Qilbert de Bikenhell and Is. his wife, Richard atte Mersh and 
CSiristina his wife, and Alice daughter of John de Bikenhell against 

m. ISd. (39). Richard de Wychindon, touchiug a mesuage and land in ; and a 

similar assise between same, touching land in the same vill. 

m, 7d. (66). Wycombe (Bucks) ; appointment of Qeoffrey de Picheford and 
Walter de Agmodesham to take the assise of novel disseisin anauned 
by the abbat of Missenden against Roger Ughtred and others, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. 85d. (19). Wycombe ; commission of gaol delivery for, to Robert Crenequn*, 

John Neymnt, Fnlk de Rukote, and Cfeoffrey Roland. 

m. 6d. (68). Wycombe ; commission of gaol delivery for, to Robert de Crenequer, 

Peter Loreng, Qeoffrey Holland, and John Neyrunt. 

m. 6d. (81). Wycombe ; commission of gaol delivery for, to Robert de (Treuequer, 
Peter Loreng, Henry de Shotebrok', and Geoffrey Roland. 

Wydekeshou (Suff.) ; aee Wixhoe. 

m. 19d. (87). W^rdihill, West (Wilts) ; appointment of Robert Fulconis and Wil- 
liam de Brayboef to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
John de Norton against John Eylmer and others, touching a tene- 
ment in. 

Wydyhale (Herts) ; see Withiall. 

Wye, River ; see Sandwich, Radnlph de. 

m. 18d. (69). Wye (Kent) ; appointment of John de Cobham and Roger de Leices- 
ter to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by WiUiam Fits- 
Hamo against William viear of the church of Wye and others^ 
touching a tenement in. 



198 ikPPENDIX TO THE FORTY-NINTH REPORT OF THE 

No. 1. — Calendar of Patent Kolls : 8 Edward I. — continued. 

m. ISd. (85). Wye (Kent) ; appointment of John de Cobham and Roger de Lei- 
cester to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned bj Peter 
Leauce and William his brother against Godfrey son of Adam 
Aghemund, touching a tenement in. 

m. Id. (5). Wye (Kent) ; appointment of John de Cobham and Roger de Leicester 
to take the assise of novel di»t!seiMn arraigned by John le Teintnrer 
against the abhat of Battle, touching a watercourse diverted in. 

ED. 23 (6). Wyke ; presentation, directed to the keeper of the spiritualities of the 
bishopric of Lincoln, during the voidance of the see, of Hugh 
Corbet to the church of, void and in the King's gift by reason of 
his custody of the landn and heirs of Henry de lue, deceased, 
which ar* m the King*s hands. Lindhurst, 20th January. 

m. 24 (22). Wylmynton, Richard de ; licence to, to enter upon and hold a ser- 
jeanty in Boughton-Alulph ('* Hocton allulphi ") [(Kent)], which 
is of the honor of Boulcfrne {** Bouon' '*), which Isaac de Wylmyn- 
ton now holds of the King, and which has been granted to toe said 
Richard by the said Isaac in fee simple. Lindhurst, 20th January. 

m. 19 (24). Wymbum\ Master Jordan de, canon of the church of Samm; simple 

protection to. Westminster, 19th May. 

Wymbum, Walter de ; see Wimbome. 

Wymondon (Surr.) ; see Wimbledon. 

m. lOd. (14) Wynebode»ham ; commission of gaol delivery for, to Roger Loveday, 

Walter de Deuever, John Curpel, aud William de Tomton. 

m. 4 (25). Wynton', Master Ellas de; appointment of, to hold pleas of the 
market and to view and examine assises of bread, wine, and beer, 
bushels, gallons, ells, and weights, aud to correct excesses in 
measures aod weights in accordance with the provision of Henry 
III., aud other the Kiu^*B predecessors ; and mandate of inten- 
dence and respondence m pursuance for Ireland. Westminster, 
27th October. 

m. 28 (11). Wynton, Peter de, clerk ; nolumns that he should be removed against 

his will from the possession of the church of Assheburn, by reason 
of the grant by the King of the advowson of the same to the dean 
and chapter of the church of S. Mary, of Lincoln. Clarendon, 
12th February. 

Wynton (Southt.) j see Winchester. 

en, 5d. (45). Wyrham* (Line.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday and Robert de 
Ludham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Peter 
Speudelove against Benedict prior of Shouldham and others, touching 
a tenement in. 

Wysington (Suff.) ; sec Wintou. 

m. 25d. (89). Wysselegh ; association of Nicholas de Stapleton with Robert Ful- 

conis and Robert Malet to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by William son of William le Mouner against the abbat 
of Abingdon and others, touching a tenement in. 

m. 21 (18). Wytrierche, Regiuald de ; grant to, for a fine of 100«. of a respite 

from taking up knighthood for three yearsi. Gloucester, 8rd April. 

m. 24d. (58). Wytelich* (Northumbr.) ; appointment of Robert de Nevill and AUn 

de Walkingham to take the assise of mort dancestor arraigned by 
John de Witelich against William Bernard, prior of Tynemoutb, 
touching posses>ion8 in. 

m, 25d. (8). Wytham, West (Berks) ; appointment of Robert Fulconii and Robert 
Malet to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Eustace 
Clement against John de S. Elena, touching a tenement in. 



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m. 6d. (6). Wythorp (" Wythehop' ") (Cumbr.) ; appointment of Geoffrey Agiiil- 
lon and Alau de Walkingham to take the assise of novel disseifiin 
arraigned by Thomas de Goseford against John de Lucy and 
otbern, touching common of pasture ia. 

m. 5d. (4). Wyuelesby (Line.) ; appointment of Klcliolas de Stapleton and EHas 
de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
William is Shepehirde against Simon Wachet, touching a tene- 
ment in. Lincoln, 5th October. 

m. I2d. (16). Yalding ("Eldinge'') (Kent); appointment of John de Cobham 

and Roger de Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin 
arraigned by John Oliver and A lice his wife and Master Philip de 
fiorden against Itichard Pympe and others, touching a tenement 
in. 

Yaldiug (Kent) ; see Hunton. 

m. 9d. (28). Yardley (<' Yerdel' ") (Northt) ; appointment of Nicholas de Sta- 

pleton and Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of mort dancestor 
arraigned by Qeoffray son of Robert de Yerdel' against Richard 
son of Elias le Newman, touching land in. 

m. 2 Id. (38). Yarkhill (*' Yarchnir*) (Heref.); appointment of Robert Fulcouis 

and Giles de Berkeley to take the assise of mort dancestor 
arraigned by Petronilla de Frome against William de Howe, 
touching a tenement in. 

m. lOd. (88). Yarmouth, Great (Norf.) ; appointment of Roger Loveday and 

Robert de Ludham to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by Michael son of Nicholas Hardman and Gilbert hia brother 
against Roesia daughter of John Hardman and others, touching a 
tenement in. 

m. I9d. (68). Yarmouth, Great ; commission of gaol delivery for, to R. de 

Valoynes, Hervey de Stanhowc, Robert do Bois, and Henry de 
Reueshale. 

Yarmouth, Great (Norf.) ; see Somerton, East. 

Yattendon (Berks) ; see Eling. 

m. 19d. (21). Yeldham, Great (Essex) ; appointment of John de Lovetot and 

Roger de Leicester to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned 
by Robert de Bracy and Matilda his wife against William le 
Botiller, of Great Yeldham, and Hugh de la Pole, touching a tene • 
ment in. 

m. lOd. (56). Yelford (" Eleford") (Oxf.) ; appointment of GeoflBrey de Picheford 

and Robert Malet to take the assise of novel disseisin arraigned by 
Thomas de Hasting' against Miles de Hasting and others, touching 
a tenemept in. 

m. 12d. (23). Yelford C'^l^ord") [Oxf.] ; association of the said Geoffrey with 

the said Robert to take a similar assise between same, touching a 
tenement in. 

m. 27d. (49). Yelvertoft (Northt.); appointment of NichoUis de Stapleton and 

Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of mort dancestor arraignM 
by Simon le Squier, of Lilbourne, and Matilda his wife against 
Thomas parson of the church of Yelvertoft, touching rent in. 

Yeuele (Devon) ; see Golum. 

Ymhingham (Line.) ; see Immingham. 

m. 1 (9). York, the city of, the friars preachers of; licence to, to enclose a 
piece of the King's land called Kingostoftes contiguous to their 
own site, and to hold the same in mortmain, and to stop up a 
fountain thereon, provided they make another at their own expense 
outside the said enclosed land. Westminsteri 15tb KoTember. 



200 APl'ENDIX TO THIS FOKTY-NINTU REPORT 07 THE 

No. 1. — Calendar of Patent Rolls : 8 Edward I. — eoniinued, 

m. 6 (1). York ; grant and quit-claim to William archbishop of. Master Robert 
de Searborongh, dean of, and the chapter of, of Uie advowson of 
the church of Knaresborough, which the King recovered in the 
Cnria Regis against Walter the late archbishop of, and the dean 
and chapter of, who claimed it as a prebend of their said church. 
York, SOth August. 

m. 6 (28). York, the friars minors of; licence to, in pursuance of an inquitttion 
a.q.d. taken by the sheriff of York, and the mayor of the city, to 
enclose a street between their own site and the land late of Alan 
Brian in the same for the enlaigement of their site there and to 
hold it in mortmain. York, 19th August. 

m. 18d. (4). York; commission of gaol deliyery for, to John des Vanx and Roger 

Loveday. Westminster, 14th May. 

Yuele (DeTon) $ see Colum. 

m. 7 (9). Zusche, Elena la, going by licence to Scotland ; protection to, with 
clause. Leicester, 27th July. 

88.7(10). The same; letters of attorney to, in favour of Geoftrey de Braokere 
and Walter le Botiller for England. Leicester, 27th July. 

Prepared by 

Frank Scott Hatdon 
and 

H, BODNBT. 



DEPUTY KEEPER OF THE PUBLIC REOOllDa. 201 

No. 2. — Calendar of Early Chancery Proceeding?. 

(Bundles 3 to 30.) 



In the PrefiiceB to VolumeR I. and II. of '* Calendars of the Proceeding» in 
" Chancery in the Reign of Qaeen Elizabeth/' published by the Record Commit- 
BionerB in 1827 and 1830, many examples »re printed of earlier proceedings in 
Chancery, from the reign of Richard II. to that of Elizabeth, which, as the Com- 
missioners remark, throw much light on the yaridtions which have taken place in 
the procedure of the Court of Chancery, and afford considerable insight into the 
mannera and custom*, as well as the orthography and phraseology of the times. 
These examples were selected from the numerous Bills, &c. in Chancery, of which 
an Inventory is given in the Fifth Report of the Deputy Keeper (Appendix IL, 
pp. 38-45), and which have since been carefully re arranged under Chaocellors. 
A large number of similar documents recently found among the Chancery Miscel- 
laneous Records has been incorporated with them, so as to form one comprehensive 
class of Early Chancery Proceedings, from the reign of Richard IL to that of 
Fhilip and Mary inclusive, arranged as far as possible in chronological order. 

In the preparation of a complete Calendar of these Early Chancery Proceedings, 
the existing arrangement of the bundles has not been disturbed, except where 
it was found necessary for the correction of misplacements or the incorporation 
of new matter ; but it may be mentioned that whereas, in the work above referred 
to, the Record Commissioners express the opinion that Chancery Bills, &c. were 
not regularly filed before the year 17 Richard II., a few have since been discovered 
of a somewhat earlier date. 

The bulk of the documents described consists of Bills of Complaint only, which 
are nsually very brief, but a few are endorsed with awards or decrees, and to 
some are annexed schedules, answers, replications, rejoinders, writs, examinations, 
depositions, kc., and it is probable that detached schedules, answers, &c. to Bills 
calendared may be found amongst the undated documents which have not yet been 
dealt with. 

Writs and decrees, and sometimes examinations, and depositions, bear the date ; 

Bills also in some instances bear a dated memorandum, but the minority can only 

e approximately dated by means of the name or title of the Chancellor or Keeper 

of the Great Seal to whom they are addressed. Where several Chancellors bear the 

same title, the language or the handwriting often affords the only clue to the date. 

In the present Calendar, modern spellings have been given to the names of places 
where they could be ascertained without much research, followed by the origiual 
spellings within brackets ; and it may be noted that the word ** feoffee " has been 
in all cases used to denote one enfeoffed to the use of other persons. 

The fourth column contains a brief description of the matters set forth in the 
HU of Complaint ; and a few notes have been added within brackets, together with 
dates mentioned in the text, and many cross references; but in none of these 
respects does the Calendar pretend to be exhaustive. 

In the last column the letter b. standn for bill ; s. for schedule ; r. for answer, 
replication, rejoinder, &c. ; dep. for deposition or examination, and dec. for decree 
or award. A list of the contents of each bundle prefaces the specimen Calendar. 

With regard to the subject matter of the suits described in the Calendar for Bundles 
8 to 30 inclusive, about one half may be said to relate to land or tenements, the re- 
mainder having reference to matters of trade, debt, assault, trespass, and a variety of 
other matters ; the plaintiff alleging in many instances that the matter was not cogni- 
sable at common law, or that owing to the defendant's power or influence, or the 
/ maintenance " of other persons, he could obtain no redress by the ordinaiy course of 



202 APPENDIX TO THE FOBTT-NINTH REPORT OF THE 

No. 2. — Calendar of Early Chancery Proceedings — continued, 

law. There are also many instances of petitions to the Chancellor for the revision 
of actions at Common Law, in which the petitioner was defendant, and for writs of 
** certiorari " or " habeas corpus cum causd,** to be directed to mayors, sheriffs, 
bailiffs, and other officers of local courts. 

Matters of trade are largely dealt with, and one may note the many references 
to the merchants of the Han«e Company (B. 6, No. 44) of Dantzic and Prussia 
(Spruce) ; the wine merchants of Brittany and Bordeaux ; and the merchants of 
Venice, Milan, Piedmont, Lucca, and Genoa, who do not always appear to have 
been welcome (B. 19, Xo. 22) ; and from B. 16, No. 97, we find that the Mayor of 
York was required to certify to the King the names of ships and owners trading 
from Hull to Icehind and Finmark. There are constant references to the wool 
trade, and the staple at Calais and elsewhere ; and in B. 22, No. 178, we read of a loan 
of 10,700/. from the Mayor and Fellowship of the Suple to the King. In B. 19, 
No. 119, is given a list of captured Spanish goods, including steel, oranges 
and lemons, horses, &c. ; and in B. 26, No. 522, there is mention of arras bought 
for the Duke of Bedford. 

The interference of the Court of Chancery was frequently invoked in eccle- 
siastical disputes : suits arise out of appeals to the Court of Rome for Bulls (B. 5, 
No. 146; B. 6, No. 29 ; B. 11, No. 828; B. 27, No. 411 ; B. 29, No. 269), or in 
cases of divorce obtained on the ground of a pre-contract of marriage (B. 15, No. 
175; B. 17, No. 1); and we hear of Lord Cobham and his "sect," of Commis- 
sioners against LoUardy and heresy, and riots arising therefrom, 'and of the 
burning of a book of »* the great heretic Wiclif," &c. (B. 6, No. 37 ; B. 12, No. 
177; B. 15, No. 103; B. 27, No. 394). On the other hand, a priest is cursed 
with '' book, bell, and candle " ; another is described as " a limb of the Devil," and 
** many Curates of Norfolk " are slain (B. 15, No. 30 ; B. 18, No. 34 ; B. 28, No. 448) ; 
the Prior of the Friars Preachers of Dunstable is " plunged in the mud " by the Prior 
of Dunstable ; the Vicar of Cromer resists the visitation of his archdeacon by force ; 
and the Abbots of Fountains and Meaux resist in arms a commission of refonna- 
tion (B. 17, No. 279; B. 16, No. 52; B. 29, No. 159). Mention is made of 
pilgrimages to St. Michael's Mount in Cornwall and to Norfolk (B. II, No. 422; 
B. 27, No. 354) ; of the foundation of Colleges at Oxford andTonge (B. 7, No. 264 ; 
B. 17, 291), and of the reparation of churches, building of steeples, supply of bells, 
and the like (B. 6, No. 21 ; B. 7, Nos. 104 and 118 ; B. 11, No. 17 ; B. 18, No. 108 ; 
B. 24, No. 138 ; B. 25, No. 188 ; B. 27, No. 433) ; and in B. 12, No. 250, is given 
an interesting list of books, valued at 50/., forming a par8on*s library. 

Several times we meet with accusations of sorcery (B. 12, Nos. 168 and 210; 
B. 17, No. 260), and a scholar of Cambridge is charged with '" using necromancies 
to make himself go invisible " (B. 11, No. 519). One may note several ancient 
inns in London, or what appear to be such, as the '* Tabard on the Hope " at 
Strand Cross, the **Bole Head Tavern," the "Saracen's Head," and the "Harp " 
in Fleet Street the " New Inn " in " Chancellor Lane," the " Woolsack " in Bread 
Street, and " Bell " in Aldersgate, and mention is made of an attempted murder in 
the King's Mews, Charing Cross (B. 7, No. 140; B. 10, No. 326 ; B. 11, Nos. 216, 
248, and 278 ; B. 15. No. 153 ; B. 20, No. 38). The repairs of London and King- 
ston Bridges form the subjects of suits (B. 15, No. 79 ; B. 28, No. 401) ; and the 
keepers of " the King's fowl called an Estrich " complain of injuries to their bird, 
and the imprisonment of their servants who were exhibiting it about the country 
(B. 11. No. 227). 

Turning to legal matters, one may notice the constant practice of referring matters 
in dispute to arbitration, and of making obligations (as alleged) with only verbal 
conditions. We read of the incorporation of Plymouth (B. 28, No. 812) ; liberties 



DEPUTY EEEPBR OF THE PUBLIC RECOBDS. 203 

No. 2. — ^Calendar of Early Chancery Proceedings — continued, 

claimed by the Barons of the Cinque Ports at Great Yarmouth (B. 26, Ko. 566) ; 
fisheries and fishery rights (B. 5, No. 17 ; B. 6, Kos. 2 and 241 ; B. 15, Nos. 63 
and 64) ; rights of common (B. 10, No. 24 ; B. 11, No. 255) ; water rights granted 
to the Charter House (B. 18, No. 164) ; seizure of goods "as for a wytherbode " 
(B. 12, No. 41) ; many cases of the sale of wardships and marriages ; a breach of 
promise of marriage action (B. 11, No. 93); purchase of a manumission from 
villenage from the Prior of Ely (B. 20, No. 134) ; and the purchase of a horse by 
weekly payments and warranty (B. It, No. 115; B. 28, No. 437). The general 
lawlessness of the times is evidenced by the frequency of violent assaults, and we 
hear of Irishmen and Welshmen employed to commit various outrages (B. 7, No. 
23; B. 12, No. 251), and of a writ-server compelled to "eat both wax and 
parchment*' (B. 15, No. 198). 

Several wills are quoted, including an extract from that of Sir John Fastolf 
(B. 29, No. 277) ; and others are referred to, amongst which is that of Maud, 
late wife of Thomas Chancier, late chief butler of England (B. 17, No. 198). In 
one instance a will is described as a « William" (B. 17, No. 114). Richard 
Lematon, of York, brings a suit on an alleged bond for procuring the offices of 
Warden of the Mint and Chancellor of the Exchequer, annexed to which is a 
curious deposition of John Somersctt (Chancellor of the Exchequer?) (B. 19, 
No. 60). Privilege of Parliament is claimed for William Derykson, a Dutchman, 
servant to a Member of Parliament, against an action for debt (B. 22, No. 101). 

The ransom of prisoners taken at the battle of Agincourt is the subject of a suit 
B. 6, No. 76 ; and we read of other prisoners of war being '* put to finance.*' In 
B. 6, No. 80 mention is made of jewels given by the King for service in France ; 
in B. 26, No. 475, of the wages of a spearman ; and in B. 27, No. 897, of the 
attendance of a surgeon at the battle of Sherborne. Several references are made 
to "the traitor Cade" and his insurrection (B. 16, Nos. 230 and 458; B. 19, 
Nos. 184 and 380), &c. ; and there are various suits for lands, ftc., by Elixabeth, 
widow of Sir John Grey, afterwards Queen of Edward IV^ (B. 27, Nos. 250 and 
270) i and by other Royal personages or persons of distinction. 

Many other matters of interest might be noted, but the above may serve to illus- 
trate the varied nature of the subjects dealt with. 

J. E. Ebnrst S. Sbabp. 



204 APPENDIX TO THE POBTT-NINTH BEPOBT OP THE 

Ko. 2. — Calendar of Early Chancery Proceedings — continued. 



EAELT CHANCERY PBOCEEDINQS. 



CONTENTS OF BUNDLES 1 to 80. 



Addressed to 



Sapposed Nune of 
Ohanoellor. 



Date or sapposed 
Date. 



Benmrks. 



S- 



6 
• 



8 

9 

10 



11 

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18 
14 



Various Chancellors 



« 



Bi&hopofEly 
(Thomas) Arch- 
bishop of York. 
Bishop of Exeter • 

Chancellor of Eng- 
land. 

(Thomas) Arch- 
bishop of Canter- 
bury. 

Thomas Beanfort, 
ehr. 

Bishop of Durham' - 



Bishop of Win- 
chester. 



Archbishop of York 



Bishop of London, 
Archbishop of York. 

(John) Bishop of 
Bath and Wells. 

Bishop of Bath and 
Wells. 



Thomas de Arundel 

M 

Edmund Stafford • 
John Searli • 
Thomas de Arundel 

Sir Thomas Beaufort 

Thomas Langley - 



Henry Beaufort 



Thomas de Arundel 
or 
JohnKempe. 

John Kempe 

John Stafford 



•1 



t» 



M 



John Vrank, Keeper 
oftheBolJS. 



Archbishop of Oan- 
terbuiy. 

John, Archbishop of 
Oanterfouiy. 



Bic. IL to Elis. 



Ble.ILtoBie.IIL 

10-11 Bic. IL 
lA-M Bio. IL 

lO-SS Bic. IL and 

»-«Hen.iy. 
1-8 Hen. IV. 

» Bic IL and 8-U 
and 18-14 Hen. IV. 

lft-18 Hen. IV. 



ft-7 Hen. IV. and 6 
Hen. y. to 8 Hen. 
VL 



1-6 Hen. V. and 8-4 
Hen.VL 



llh80 Bic IL 
4-10 Hen. VI. 



4-10 Hen. VI. 



10-81 Hen. VL 



10-81 Hen. VI. 



Documents printed 
in the Prenoe to 
"Calendars of the 
Proceedings in 
Chancery in tiie 
Beini of Queen 
BUaabeth.*' VoLI. 



M 



VoLIL 



All French. A few 
dated. 



M 



11 Hen. VL - 



81-88 Hen. VL 



All Preneh. A few 
dated. 



AU Preach. A few 
dated. OPossiblya 
flBW of WilUam of 
Wykeham. 18-15 
Bio. IL. or William 
Waynflete* 9e» 
Bundle 86.) 

AU French. Undated. 
(Possibly a few 
of John Kempe's 
later Chanoeilor* 



ship^ 
Partly French. 



Dated. 



FsrtlyFrenoh. Dated. 



Ptotly French. Un- 
dated. (Some may 
be of Bobert Stil- 
iington, 7-10 and 
11-UBd.IV.) 



Keeper of the Sreat 
Seal during the 
ChanceUor's ab- 



Datod. 



Undated. 



DEPUTY KEEPBB OF THE PUBLIO REC0BD8. 



206 



Ko. 2. — Calendar of Early Chancery Proceedings — continued. 



Addmwdto 



Buppooed Name of 
Cbanoellor. 



Dftte or suppooed 
DUe. 



ILemarki. 



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17 
18 

19 

to 



17 



ArohbiBhop of Oui- 
tortniTy. 



John Stafloid 



81-S8 Hen. YI. 



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(John) OutUnal 
Arohoiahop of York. 

OMdtaua Arahbiihop 
of York. 

Arohbiahop of York 



Thomas do Arundel 
John Stafford 
John Kempe or 
Thomaa Boorohier - 



John Kempe 



(John) Oanttnal 
ArehUafatyp of 
Oanterbiuy* 

Oiardinal Arohbiahop 
of (Santerbiuy. 



•t 



XarlofSaUabaiy - 

(Thomas) Arch* 
biahop of C^ter- 
bury. 

(William) Biahop of 
Wincheater. 



((Seoree) Biahop of 
BxetOT. 

Biahop of Eieter • 

(GeoTRe) Biahop of 
Bxeier. 

(Bobert Kirkdiam) 
Keeper of the 



BiohardNeTiU 
Thomaa Bonrohier 

WUliam Wagmflete 
GeorRoNerill 



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8-llAl»-UH6n.IV. 
21-^ Hen. VL 
81-8S Hen. YI. 
38-85 Hen. YI. 



88-81 Hen. YL 



4-10 A 88^1 Hen. YI. 



81-88 Hen. YI. 



88-88 Hen. YL 
88-86 Hen. YI. 

88-88 Hen. YI. 



88-88 Hen. YL and 
1-OBd.IY. 



8k4,A7Bd.IY. 



Undated: but con- 
tained in old dated 
coTera. (Some^ 
however, may be 
of John Kempe or 



1 



Thomaa Bonrohiei% 
«M Bnndlea 18 and 
88.) 



Partly French. ITn* 
dated. 



Hoetly dated. 



A few dated. 



Undated. (Some may 
be of Oeorpra 
NeTill. 5-7 and 10- 
18 Bd. lY^or of 
Thomaa Bothei^ 
ham, aliat SootI* 
80-88 Bd. lY.) 

Partly dated. (A few 
may poaaiblybe of 
John Iforton, 10-18 
Hen.YIL) 

Undated. (Do.) 



Oontained in aa old 
cover, dated 88 
Hen.YI. 



Partly dated. 



Partly dated. (Some 
may be of Henry 
Beaufort, Mt Bun- 
dled.) 

Partly dated. 



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Seal fbr a few weeka 
in 8, 4^ and 7 Bd. 
lY. 



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DEPUTY K£EPEB OF THE PUBLIC BECOBDS. 



209 



No, 8. — ^Augmentation Office Records. Index to En- 
rolments OF Leases and Pensions. Henry VIIL to 
James I. 



The Index here printed is baaed on an ancient MS. Index whioh has for more 
than two centuries serred as a guide to the contents of certain rolames among 
the so-eaUed " Miscellaneous Books " of the abolished Court of Augmentations. 
The Tolomes so indexed are occupied for the most part with the enrolments of 
leases and pensions granted by the Crown out of the lands and revenues acquired 
by tbe dissolution of the Monasteries in the reign of Henry VIIL The ancient 
Index had, however, in the course of time become so dilapidated by frequent use 
that, during the present century, the leaves had to be inlaid in order to protect them 
from further damage. Before this operation was carried out portions of the leaves 
had become worn or torn away and thus many of the references bad been lost. 
Moreover, this ancient compilation was, on examination, ascertained to be defective, 
and misleadbg in other respects, so that it was found to be necessary to revise the 
entire work and, in order to make it complete, to index a number of additional 
volumes which were not referred to in the old Index. 

The present Index, therefore, includes, it is believed, all the hitherto unindexed 
leases and pensions that are entered in the Augmentation Office ** Miscellaneous 
Books."* 

The following is a complete list of the volumes included in this Index, with the 
dates of the volumes and their lettering :~- 

Yol. 209. Enrolments of Leases 
210. 



99 

n 



» 
n 
»> 
n 
n 

99 



99 

II 
*> 
If 
II 

w 



11 



l» 



211. 

212. 

213. 

214. 

215. 

216. 

217. 

218. 

219. 

220. 

221. 

222. 

228. 

224. 

225. 

226. 

227. 

228. 

229.t 

232. 

283. 

234. 

285. 

236. 

238. 

289. 



N 

»l 

II 

II 

II 

II 

11 

II 

II 

II 

II 

II 

II 

II 

II 

II 

II 

II 



91 
99 
II 



II 
II 
>l 
t| 
l« 



II 
II 
•I 
II 
II 
II 
II 
II 
If 



28-^9 Hen. VIII. 
29-80 



91 

II 
II 
II 
II 
l> 
II 
II 



80-81 
81-82 
82-88 
83-84 

84 
85-36 
87-88 
38 Hen. VIU.-l Bdw. VL 

2 Edw. VL 

3 « 



4 
5 
5 
6 
7 



II 
yi 
>» 
11 



- 1-5 Philip & Mary. 



34-36 Ehz. 



II 



II II " - 

Enrolments of Leases. and Pensions 



» 
II 
II 



II 
II 
II 



II 
II 
If 



19 l> II 

Letters Patent and Indentures 



87-88 

3 James I. 

28-30 Hen. VIIL 

30-81 

80-82 

81-84 

84-88 „ 

Hcn.Vin. 



II 
11 
II 



II 



If 



II 



II 



* If the leue sought for should not be found in the above Index the following volumes may 
also be searched:— 

Index No, 347. One volume, MS., tmitp, BUs., refenring to the " Enrolments of Leases/' 
arranged alphabetically under pkces. 

lMexNo.S48, Four volumes, MS., ismp. Elis.-^as. L, referring to the "Fartioulars for 
Leases," arrauged alphabetically under counties and places. 

Index No, 340. One volume, MS., 1664 to 1682, referring to the " Particulars for Leases in 
Beversion " (in three portfoUos), arrauffed chronologically, with an Index Locorum. 

IndaxNo. 860. One volume, MS., £liz.-Ja8. 1., entitled "Supplemental Calendar to Tran- 
scripts of Leases," and referrhig to the '^Counterpfffts" or ^'^nsoripts of Crown Leases," 
arranged alphabetically under places. 

Index No, 860. A calendar to the leases, various datesi granted by the respective monasteries 
before their dissolution, with an Index Looorum. 

Index No, 868. Calendar of leases of the Court of Surveyors General, 84 to 88 Henir VIII 
enrolled in volume 890 of the " Miscellaneous Books " of the Augmentation OflSoe. Thisealendar 
is printed in the Appendix to the 86tb Beport, pp. 1 to 22. 

T Vol. 880 is calendared in the 26th Report, Appendix, pp. 1-28 ; vol. 281 is a repertory, 

o 52926. /« 



9» 


241. 


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»> 


242. 


» 


n 


248. 


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» 


244. 


Fensic 


M 


247. 


»> 


w 


179. 


Copiei 


» 


180. 


M 


9f 


181. 


If 


» 


182. 


»> 


>« 


188. 


>l 


it 


184. 


» 






210 APF£NDIX TO THK FORTY-NINTH REPORT OF THE 

No. 3. — ^Augmentation Office Records— -eai»/tntie</. 
Vol. 240. Letters Fkitent and Indentures - Hen. VIII. 

^ „ • James I. 

Pensions of Abbots, Priors, &c - 28 Hen. VIII. 

to Incombents of Chantries - Edw. VI. 

Copies of Leases (Paper) « - Philip & Mary. 

» * " " »> 

l» " ~ * w 

»» ~ " "" >» 

l> ■ " " l» 

>»■""■ >I 

Leases, — ^The principal series of volumes of ** Enrolment of Leases " in the above 
List came into existence under the seventh section of the Act establishing the Court 
of Augmentations (27 Hen. VIII. c. 27), irhich enacted that the " Clerke of the said 

Court shall enroll and regestre in a greate boke in parchment all and every those 

giftes, grauntes, releases, confirmacions, lesses, letters patentes and all other 
** writinges which shalbe made and graunted under the Greate Scale, and also the 
'< day tyme and yere of the Burrendre of any of theym, whan any such surrendre 
" shall happen ; which registre of enrolmentes shall remayne and be safely keptc in 
" the said Courte as a recorde to the Eonges use by the appoyntement of the said 
" Chauncellour." 

At first sight it might appear to some that an Index Locorum to these enrolments 
is more wanted than the Index Nominum provided below ; but this is not really the 
case, inasmuch as the series of rolls known as " Ministers' Accounts " readily enables 
the searcher to trace any property under its county, or under the monastery to 
which it belonged, and the leasees' names behig given in these rolls when lands were 
granted out by the Crown, ftn Index Nominum, in most instances, is all that is 
required to trace a lease in the Augmentation Office re^sters. 

Pensions. — Hitherto the Subject "of monastic pensions has not received much 
attention, and, by many good*authorities, it has been considered that little or no pro- 
vision was made for the dispossessed monks and others. The volumes now indexed 
throw considerable light on the subject. According to the 8th section of the Act 
for the dissolution of the religious houses under the clear yearly value of 200/. it was 
provided that : — 

" In consyderacion of whiche premysscs to be had to his Highnes and to his heires as ys aforscid* 
his Majestye ys pleasyd and contentyd, of his most excellent charyte, to provrde to every Chief 
Hed and Govemour of every suche R<?lyffyous House durytiK ther lyves, suche yerely pencions 
or beneCyces as for ther degrees and qual;>'tyes shalbe resonable and convenyeut, wherein his 
Highnes wyll have most tender respect to suche of the seid Chief Qovemours as ^ell and truly 
conserve and kepe the goodes and omamentes of ther Houses to the use of his Majestic without 
spoyle waste or eubesylyng tho same ; and also his Majestye wyll ordeyne and provyde that 
the Coventcs of every sucne Relygyous house shall have ther capacytes if thei wyll to lyvo 
honestlye and virtuously abrode, and some convenyent Charytie dysposed to them toward ther 
lyvyng, or elles shalbe commytted to such^ honorable greate Monnsteryes of this Bealme wherein 
good tbiBlyfln'on ys observed as shalbe lymyted by his Highnes, ther to lyve Belygyously dui^ ng 
ther lyves. 

The enrolments here indexed show, more especially those in volumes 232 to 236, 
the nature of the pensions thus granted. But, in addition to these volumes, which 
give the pension-grants in extenso, attention may be particularly directed to vols. 
245 and 246 of the same series, which contain full returns of the inmates of various 
houses together with the afhonnt of the pensions assigned to each individual.'^ 
These amounts varied considerably, as may be seen by the following notes made 
during the progress of the work: — 

The abbot of Ramsey received ----- 
„ Tewkesbury „----- 

„ Peterborough „----- 

„ Crowland „ • - - 

„ Stanley f» - - - - - 

„ Salley „----- 

The prior of Bildewas »--"-- 

„ Cbirbury „ - - - - . 

„ Fynehead »»---• 

„ Barlynche »»----■ 

* The " Ministers' Acoounts " and " Clerioal Subsidy Bolls " also contain much information 
relating to pensions. 



£ 


s. 


d. 


266 


18 


4 


266 


13 


4 


266 


18 


4 


188 


6 


8 


24 








20 








16 








8 








6 


18 


4 


18 


6 


8 



£ s. 


d. 


5 6 


8 


a 





5 





6 IS 


4 


4 13 


4 


S 13 


4 


6 IS 


4 



DEPUTY KEEPER OF THE PUBLIO REOOBDS. 211 

No. 3. — Augmentation Office "RecordB^-^continued, 

A canon of Walsingham receiyed - - • . . 

Several monkn of St. Peter*s, Gloacester, each received 

A monk of Hulton received ..... 

„ Leicester „ - . - - . 

„ Newstead „ - - - - - 

A nun of Elstow „ - - . . . 

„ Amesburj „ - - - - . 

The average pension granted to a monk seems to have been about 6/. 18«. 4d., an 
amount which would, perhaps, represent about 50/. at the present time. 

That these pensions when granted were also actually paid may be proved by 
another series among the same class of *' Miscellaneous Books " (Payments and 
Annuities, Nos. 248 to 262). These. show the periodical half-yearly or quarterly 
payments of the sums due, and over and above this evidence there is preserved 
among the miscellaneous documents of the Queen's Remembrancer's Department of 
the Exchequer a large collection of original receipts given by monks on account of 
their pensions. 

But besides the Augmentation Office Books, it has been thought desirable to 
include in the present Index four volumes noticed in the second Appendix to the 
Second Report of the Deputy Keeper (pp. 206, 207). These four volumes are 
described as " Enrolments, or Books of Entry, of Letters Patent," and were formerly 
in the custody of the Comptroller of the Exchequer. In the Report mentioned the 
following note appears with regard to them: — 

" It appears that these four volumes, Nos. 4-7, were written upon the abolition of the Court of 
Augmentations, when the numerous pensions, formerly paid there, were made payable at the 
Receipt of the Exchequer. The patents authorising the payment were necessarily entered with 
the Auditor of the Receipt ; and it is probable that the two sets of books here described (Nos. 4 
and 6, Nos. 6 and 7) wero set apart for the more ready despatch of the accumulating business. 
It is manifest, from an entry in No. 6, that these books were kept for the sole purpose of 
entering Patents relating to the Court of Augmentations ; for a grant of the office of Lord 
High Admiral to William. I^ord Howard of Emngham, having been entered at f. 172^-3, it was 
canoellod, and thus marked, ' Cancellatur quia non debet hig intrari.' " 

These volumes are now classified as Auditor's Patent Books among the Records 
of the Exchequer of Receipt, and range from 1538 to 1553. 

The following additional notes may also conveniently find a place here. Among 
the so-called ** Suppression Papers," under date 31 Henry VIII., is a volume, or 
rather a portion of one (Bundle 832, No. 17), thus described : — 

" Com. Ebor.— A book relating to various religious houses in the county of York, containing 
memoranda relating to the names, ages, wages, rewards, and pensions of monks and nans, and 
of the servants of the said houses ; adso names of tenants, amount of rental and other particulars 
relating to the possessions held by them. 
&>pies of indentures of lease and grants. 
Debts owing to the houses. 
Descriptions of the houses. 

Original letters to the King's Commissioners relating to possessions of the said houses, &c. 
The names are heraifter inserted in the order in which they are arranged in the book, viz. :— 

Esaholt, Piioratus de. 

Thikhed alias Thyrkhed, Monasterium de. 

Wilberfosse, Monasterium de. 

TcKidynghame, Prioratus de. 

Wykhame, nui?er Prioratus. 

Baysdale, Prioratus de. 

Swyne, nuper Prioratus. 

Konnekelynge, Prioratus de. 

Gro[8]monte, Prioratus de. 

HampalLPrioratus de. 

Kirkley* Prioratus de. 

Arthyngton Abbey. , , ,^, ^ ^-i.. 

Hull, the Charterhouse Priory. lA book qf 200 written Uaw8, repaired througnoui.2" 

In a bag known as the '* Augmentation Bag *' (Box 154), among the Chapter 
House records, are the following : — 

No. 64. Cambridge.— Commission and return thereto respecting annuities, &o., of pensioners 
of the dissolved monasteries. 6 Bdw. VI. - .^ « ^ * . ^^ ^ i. 

No. 68. Durham, Bishoprick.— Commission out of the Court of Augmentation to mqmre as to 
the deaths and payments of the pensioners of religious houses. Return of the Commissioners 

thereto. 6 Edw. vl. . ,. . ^ ^ , . • .* 

NcMk Stafford.— Return of Commissioners directed to inquire oonoermng pensioners of 

relteious houses. 6 Bdw. VI. . ^v /^ _* # a *. 4.- x 

lft.26. Notthigham.— Certificate of the Commissioners of the Court of Augmentation as to 
pensioners, stipendiary priests, and officers of the Court, in the said county. 6 Bdw. VI. 

No. 1ft. iuffSk.— Commission out of the Court of Aumnentation to mquure respecting the 
pensioners of late dissolved monasteries. Return of the Commissioners thereto. 6 Bdw. VI. 

No. 2. York, county of the d^.— Certificate of the Commissioneri apppmted to inquire 
Mspecting annuities and pensions out of the estates of dissolved houses. 6 Bdw . YI. 

NoTeLTork, Bast Bidmg.-The like. 



212 APPENDIX TO THE FOBTT-NINTHl BffiPOBT OF ^HE 



No. 8.— Augmentation Office Becordi — continued* 

No. 64. Lancaster.— Commlsaiaa out of the Court of AuffmentaUon to inquire as to the deaths 
and paypoents of the pennoners of religious houses. Return of the Commissioners thereto. 
6 Bdw. V 1, 

Lastly^ a Chapter House Book, A^ is : — 



" A hoke— mi»rd the zzri*^ dsy of November in the Syxte yere of the Beume of our Soreraigne 
.jrde Kyng Edward the Byzte by the Oraoe of Qod,&yng of Inrlond.Fraunoe, and trlond, 
Defendour of the Katyth and in Brthe of the Churche of Inglond ana also of Trlond the Supreme 



fieade-oontenyng oerten notes for the declaxiscon of the dethes and lyfes of suche persons as 
hajth or haide lees, pendons, oorrodyes, or stypendes forth or by reason of any late monasteiy, 
cofege, chaunteiy.fre chapell. stypendary, servyoe, or attaynted landes, in the Westrydyng of 
the countie of Torlce (and of the arrerages of the same and the causes therof) iryth also a dedara- 
cion of the absens of suche persons as came not before the Commysayoners apoynted by the 
Kynges Majestic Commyssioners for thenquere of the premysaes, so that the knowLcge of the 
oertente of tham could not be certefjred aoording to the si^rd Commyssion, as more at large in 
this boke may appore." 

Walford D. Selby. 



INDEX TO LEASES AND PENSIONS. 
(Augmentation Office.) 



Note. — The volumes referred to are the '* Miscellaneous Books " of the 

Court of Augmentations, 



Ap Ithell, John, vol. 179, ff. 1, 43. 
Askote, Robert, vol. 179, f. 130. 
Audeley, Sir Thomas, vol. 209, f. 1. 
Adam, Simon, vol. 209, f. 11. 
Ap David, John Lloid, vol. 209, f. 12. 
Adam8» Nicholas, vol. 209, f . 25. 
Ap Henry, David, vol. 209, f . 41. 
Ap Rice, John, vol. 209, f. 49. 
Awinger, John, voL 209, f. 50. 
Ashue, Christopher, voL 209, f. 60. 
Adam, Simon, vol. 209, f. 68. 
Ap Rice, John, vol. 209, f. 82. 
Askue, Hugh, vol. 209, f, 94. 
Acton, Robert, vol. 209, f. 100. 
Arondell, Sir Thomas, vol. 209, f. 119. 
Ap Rychard, John, vol. 209, f. 75. 
Ap Rotheroth, John Harry, vol. 209, 

f. 104. 
^shebury, William, vol. 210, f. 2. 
Austen, Richard, vol. 210, ff. 3, 70. 
Abbot, William, vol. 210, f. 7. 
Ayliff, John, yoL 210, f. 8. 
Ascne, John, rol. 210, f. 10. 
Ap Knevett, Maurice, vol. 210, f. 28. 
Aakene, Richard, vol. 210, f. 85. 
Ap Evan, Robert, vol. 210, f. 37. 
Alkin, Thomas, vol. 210, f. 46. 
Arondell, Sir Thomas, vol. 210, f. 48. 
Afington, Sir Giles, vot 210, f. 55. 
Ashefeld, Edmond, toL 210, f. 60. 
Afthebory, Richard, toI. 210, f. 73. 
Aysheton, John, toI. 210j f 66. 
Austen, Richard, rol. 211, f. 19. 
Alcocki Jacob, toI. 211, f. 48. 



Andiet, Katherine, vol. 211, f. 48. 
Ap Rice, John, vol. 211, f. 52. 
Awnsham, Richard, toI. 211, f.. 59. 
Askewe, Hugh, vol. 211, f. 62. > 
Aylworth, John, toI. 211, f. 78. 
Aslaby, James, rol. 212, f. 6. 
Aftshe, Elm, vol. 212, f. 35. 
Ap William, Robert, vol. 212, f. 48. 
Ardren, William, vol. 212, f. 53. 
Abbot, William, vol. 212, £ 63. 
Avery, William, vol. 212, f. 81. 
Acton, Robert, toI. 212, f. 102. 
Ap Rice, John, vol. 212, f. 112. 
Arundell, Sir Thomas, vol. 212, f. 126. 
Alexander, John, vol. 212, f. 183. 
Ailys, William, vol. 212, f. 134. 
Anchier, Anthony, toI. 212, f. 151. 
Arnold, Nicholas, vol. 212, f. 163. 
Ap John Owen, William, vol. 212, f. 94. 
Awkebarowc, John, vol. 212, f. 200. 
Ayer, Thomas, vol. 212, f. 201. 
Askue, Hagh, vol. 212, f. 208. 
Aleigh, John, toI. 213, f. 10. 
Alford, Lanncelot, toI. 213, f. 12. 
Ap Morgan, Rice, rol. 218, f. 17. 
Astell, Richard, vol. SIS, f. 33. 
Allen, John, vol. 213, f. 45. 
Aldworthe, William, vol. 213, f. 48. 
AldeiBon, Reginald, vol. 213, f. 49. 
Arnold, John, vol. 213, f. 91. 
Ap John, Richard, vol. 213, f. 98. 
Ap Herry, Hugh, rol. 218, f. 132. 
Arnold, John, vol. 214, f. 9. , 

Aynescombe, Richardi rol. 214, f. 17*' 



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No. 3. — ^Augmentation Office Becords — continued* 



Ap Jevan, Ap Philipp Howell, vol. 214, 

ff. 25, 94. 
Anmddl, Thomas, toI. 214, f. 25. 
Angell, BoberC, toI. 214, f. 80. 
Aleyn, John, toI. 214, f. 42. 
Atthelle, Thoiaas^lvoL 214, f. 42. 
Aisheton, John, vol. 214, f. 75. 
Ajikae, Hngh, toI. 214, f. 75. 
Andrewys, Bichard, yol. 214, f. 98. 
Ap William John Voya, Phillip, toI. 214, 

f. 130. 
Adams, Thomas, toI. 215, f. 4. 
Abbott, William, yol 215, f. 4. 
Addington, Henry, vol. 215, f. 7. 
Atkjnson, Bichard, vol. 215, f. 19. 
Ap Hoell, Bichard, vol. 215, f. 24. 
Alcock, Nicholas, vol. 215, f. 88. 
Argall, Thomas, toI. 215, f. 88. 
Ap Bice, John, toI. 215, f. 65. 
Atkyns, Henry, toI. 215, f. 65. 
Allen, Thomas, vol. 215, f. 65. 
Atkyns, Henry, and Joan his wife, 

Tol. 215, f. 66. 
Archebold alieis Bychebawde, John, 

vol. 215, f. 66. 
^kne, Bichard, vol. 215, f. 79. 
Appowell, Thomas, vol. 215, f. 79. 
Ap David, Jenkyn Lloyd, vol. 216, f. 21. 
Arnold, Joan, vol. 216, f. 34. 
Aifhe, George, vol. 216, £F. 85, 76. 
Andrewes, Bichard, vol. 216, f. 86. 
Armore, Bichard, vol. 216, f. 42. 
Ap John, Matilda, vol. 216, f. 46. 
Ap Jobn, Margaret, vol. 216^ f. 46. 
AUam, Jeffrey, vol. 216, f. 50. 
Ap Knevett, Manrice, vol. 216, f. 54. 
AlcockeSr James, vol. 216, f. 76. 
Andeley, Thomas, vol. 216, f. 78. 
Abmgtonj Henry, vol. 216, f. 88. 
Ap Bichard, Thomas, vol. 216, f. 91. 
Adde, John, vol. 216, f. 110. 
Ap Harry, Hugh, vol. 216, f. 117. 
Ambrose, Henry, vol. 216, f. 118. 
Ailemer, Thomas, vol. 216, f. 120. 
Achaeigyll, John, voL 216, f. 152. 
Armeier, Bichard, vol. 216, f. 168. 
Ayse, William, vol. 216, f. 186. 
Aomlowe, Edward, vol. 217, f. 4, 
Allen, Thomas, vol. 217, f. 24. 
Aisell, Thomas, vol. 217, f. 37. 
Asheton, Bichard, vol. 217, f. 45. 
Aired, Thomas, vol. 217, f. 59. 
Allen, WilliaiBy ▼ol. 217, f. 68. 



Andrewes, Bichard, vol. 217, £ 64, 182. 
Ardeme, Thomas, voL 217, f. 68. 
Anmdell, Sir Thomas, vol. 217, f. 68. 
Amicell, Joan, vol. 217, f. 69. 
Armytage, John, vol. 21 7, f. 74. 
Almond, William, vol. 217, f. 83. 
Almond, Thomas, vol. 217, f. 83. 
Armett, William, vol. 217, f. 88. 
Annyngson, Gilbert, vol. 217, f. 132. 
Aucher, Anthony, vol. 217, f. 183. 
Austen, Bobert, vol. 217, f. 137. 
Austen, George, vol. 217, f. 139. 
Acrodde, Edward, vol. 217, f. 160. 
Alington, Bichard, vol. 217, f. 161. 
Abbey, Bobert, voL 217, f. 162. 
Addams, Bobert, vol. 217, f. 179. 
Ap Jankyn, Hngh, vol. 217, f. 187. 
Arscott, John, vol. 218, f. 8. 
Audeley, Bichard, voL 218, f. 10. 
Arrundell, Henry Earl of, vol. 218, f. 12. 
Andrewes, Bichard, vol. 218, f. 22. 
Austen, William, vol. 218, f. 24. 
Alcock, Bobert, vol. 218, f. 48. 
Acton, Bobert, vol 218, f. 44. 
Aylesbeiy, Myllecent, vol. 218, f. 48. 
Amyce, Boger, vol. 218, ff. 59, 111. 
Assheby, William, vol. 218, f. 132. 
Angell, John, vol. 218, f. 144. 
Aired, Thomas, vol. 218, f. 161. 
Ap Hughe, Bobert, vol. 218, f. 164. 
Alcock, John, vol. 218, f. 175. 
Amolde, Nicholas, vol. 218, f. 183. 
Ap Byce, Hugh, vol. 218, f. 184. 
Aucher, Sir Anthony, vol. 218, f. 185. 
Ayleworth, Jolm, vol. 218, f. 184. 
Awodde, Bichard, vol. 219, f. 3. 
Adam, Bichard, vol. 219, f. S. 
Atsell, Bichard, vol. 219, f. 12. 
Ardeme, Thomas, vol. 219, f. 16. 
Ap Mewrick, Bichard, vol. 219, f. 22. 
Arnold, Nicholas, vol. 219, f. 32. 
Arscott, John, vol. 219, f. 52. 
Ashurste, Bobert, vol. 219, f. 65. 
Ap Thomas Gryff*, John, vol. 219, f. 71. 
Askue, Sir Hugh, vol. 2 19, f. 77. 
Armestrong, John, vol. 219, f. 81. 
Ap David, Griffith, vol. 219, f. 85. 
Adams, Walter and Alice his wife, vol. 

219, f. 87. 
Ap Matf ap Devenett, David, v6l. '219, 

f. 88. 
Ap Owen, Lewis, vol. 219, f. 91. 
Arrundell, ThOmas, vol. 219', f. 89. 



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No. 3. — ^Augmentation Office Records — continued* 



Ap Meredith Bethergh, David, toL 219, 

f. 99. 
Ap Jevans, Elizeus, toI. 219, f. 103. 
Ap Griffith ap Haghe, John, vol. 219, 

f. 108. 
Ap William, Peter, vol. 219, f. 103. 
Ap David, John, vol. 219, f. 113. 
Amyce, Roger, vol. 219, f. 52. 
Ap Kothergh Watkin, Thomas, vol. 219, 

f. 121. 
Ap Hoell, .Llewellyn, vol. 220, f. 12. 
Ap Jenken, Edward, vol. 220, f. 12. 
Anindell, Sir Thomas, vol. 220, f. 32. 
Addeston, William, vol. 220, f. 36. 
Askewyth, John, vol. 220, f. 73. 
Aabrey, John, vol. 220, f. 74. 
Aubrey, William, vol. 220, f. 74. 
Ap Jevan Day, David, vol. 220, f. 94. 
Anindell, HeniyKarl of, vol. 220, ff. 100, 

155. 
Anderton, Richard, vol. 220, f. 119. 
Ap Robert Vaughan, Henry, vol. 220, 

f. 120. 
Alford, Roger, vol. 220, f. 145. 
Avenell, John, vol. 220, f. 152. 
Arowsmyth, John, vol. 220, f. 155. 
Alington, Richard, vol. 220, f. 170. 
Andrew, John, vol. 220, f. 176. 
Amondesham, John, vol. 221, f. 2. 
Adeson, William, vol. 221, f. 8. 
Aileworthe, John, vol. 221, f. 19. 
Ashefeld, Edmund, vol. 221, f. 21. 
Alk>tt, Robert, vol. 221, f. 34. 
Allen, Humphrey, vol. 221, f. 44. 
Askue, Sir Hugh, vol. 221, ff. 50, 202, 

290. 
Ap Robert ap Llewellyn ap Ithell, John ; 

and ap Griffith ap John, Robert, vol. 

221, f. 82. 
Agard, Clement, vol. 221, f. 93. 
Adamison, Christopher, vol. 221, f. 113. 
Adamison, William, vol. 221, f. 118. 
Amyas, John, vol. 221, f. 120. 
Arscotte, John, vol. 221, ff. 148, 164, 165. 
Aleredd, Thomas, vol. 221, f. 152. 
Akenside, Christopher, vol. 221, f. 172. 
Ap John, Hugh ap William, vol. 221, 

f. 173. 
Amndell, Thomas, vol. 221, f. 188. 
Arundell, John, vol. 221, f. 188. 
Aynesworthe, Simon, vol. 221, ff. 199, 

211. 
Ap Friee, David, vol. 221, f. 213. 



Atkyni, William, vol. 221, f. 228. 
Aldred, Thomas, vol. 221, f. 285. 
Ampleforde, Richard, vol. 221, f. 262. 
AthertoD, Robert, vol. 221, f. 263. 
Ap Robert, William Jevan ap Thomas 

ap Jevan, and Jevan ap David ap 

Tona, vol. 221, f. 267. 
Ap Griffith ap William ap Gruff*, William, 

vol. 221, f. 278. 
Ap Rice ap David Gewyn, Meredith, and 

Evan Meredith, vol. 221, f. 280. 
Ap Rice, John, vol. 221, f. 288. 
Afisheton, Richard, vol. 221, f. 321. 
Ap Hoell, Richard, vol. 221, f. 294. 
Ap Glin alias Williams, Rice, vol. 221, 

f. 345. 
Asheby, John, vol. 221, f. 346. 
Abarrowe, Robert, vol. 221, f. 874. 
Ashefeld, John, vol. 221, f. 379. 
Auchon', Thomas, vol. 221, f. 386. 
Archer, William, vol. 222, f. 7. 
Arscott, John, vol. 222, f . 8. 
Apseley, Michael, vol. 222, f. 29. 
Ascue, Richard, vol. 222, f. 40. 
Alderson, Roger, vol. 222, f. 73. 
Ap Hugh ap David Anwell, Maddock, 

vol. 222, f. 74. 
Ap Llewellyn ap Rice, Hugh, vol. 222, 

f. 75. 
Ap -Rice ap Llewellyn ap Robyn, Arthur, 

vol. 222, f. 75. 
Amadas, William, vol. 222, f . 94. 
I Aslaby, Francis, vol. 222, f. 101. 
Ap Llewellyn ap Ithell, William, vol. 
! 222, f. 162. 

; Addeson, William, vol. 222, f. 158. 
Aysshe, George, vol. 222, f. 174. 
Atkjmson, Edmund, vol. 222, f. 177. 
Alanson, Edward, vol. 222, f. 189. 
Adene, John, voL 222, f. 211. 
Aynseworthe, Simon, vol. 222, f. 216. 
Averye, William, vol. 222, f. 221. 
AUbrde, Roger, vol. 222, f. 243. 
Audlen, William, vol. 222, f. 254. 
Ap David Vaughan, Jevan, vol. 229, 

f. 290. 
Atherton, Robert, vol. 222, f. 380. 
Ap Henry, Lewis Ryce, voL 222, f. 851. 
Audeley, William, vol. 222, f. 355. 
Ap Meredith, John Wynne, vol. 229, 

f. 870. 
Ap Jevan, Robert, vol. 222, f. 373. 
Arnold, Sir Nicholas, vol. 223, f. 1. 



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No. 3. — Augmentation Office Records — continued. 



Abbott, WiUiam, vol. 223, f. 16. 
AtldnBon, Robert, toI. 223, f. 16. 
Aderley, Huinphrej, toI. 223, f. 22. 
Armested, Laurence, toI. 223, f. 27. 
Ap William, Owin ap David, vol. 223, 

f. 33. 
Ap Eyegnon, Griffith ap Jevan ap David, 

vol. 223, f. 37. 
Ap Robert Marred Vez Hewgh, vol. 223, 

f. 37. 
Affendick, Robert, vol. 223, fP. 43, 44. 
Armested, William, vol. 223, f. 61. 
Asheby, John, vol. 223, £f. 76, 150. 
Ap John, Owen, vol. 223, f. 103. 
Andrewes, Nicholas, vol. 223, f. 115. 
Alford, Roger, vol. 223, flF. 146, 298. 
Ap Roger, Edward, vol. 223, f. 175. 
Ap Rice, Jevan, vol. 223, f. 175. 
Arscotte, John, vol. 223, f. 184. 
Agard, Francis, vol. 223, f. 209. 
Aynesworth, Simon, vol. 223, flF. 210, 

332. 
Agmondesbam, John, vol. 223, f. 247. 
Arbalaster, Edmund, vol. 223, f . 267. 
Adnett, John, vol. 223, f. 287. 
Ap Hoell, Richard, vol. 223, f. 318. 
Alleys, John, vol. 223, f. 326. 
Armestrong, FranciB, vol. 223, f. 330. 
Ap Hughe Lloid, John, vol. 223, f. 361. 
Ashefeld, Edmund, vol. 223, f. 366. 
Acton, William, vol. 223, f. 374. 
Anderson, Thomas, vol. 223, f. 396. 
Adam8, John, vol. 223, f . 423. 
Andrewes, Richard, vol. 223, f. 379. 
Asceley, Thomas, vol. 223, f. 133. 
Atkinson, Edmund, vol. 224, f. 20. 
Aynseworth, Simon, vol. 224, ff. 59, 110. 
Ap Morgan, Jobn, vol. 224, f. 119. 
Acrelande, John, vol. 224, f. 134. 
Acrelande, Thomas, vol. 224, f. 134. 
Andrewe, Nicholas, vol. 224, f. 134. 
Andrewe, William, vol. 224, f. 134. 
Andrewe, Thomas, vol. 224, f. 134. 
Ap Kynerig ap David, Jevan, vol. 224, 

f. 172. 
Appowell, Hugh Lewis, vol. 224, f. 182. 
Ap Llewellyn, Jevan, vol. 224, £F. 257, 

322. 
Assheton, Richard, vol. 224, f. 278. 
Ap Griffith ap Gwillin ap Griffith, Wil- 
liam, vol. 224, f . 288. 
Ap John Maddoch, Roderick, vol. 224, 

f. 298. 



Ap Griffith, Anne, vol 224, f. 483. 

Ap John Griffith and Sybol his wife, vol. 

224, f. 483. 
Armestronge, Francis, vol. 224, £E. 209, 

237. 
Ascot, Robert, vol. 224, t 227. 
Aylemer, William, vol. 224, f. 807. 
Alanby, Robert, vol. 224, f. 127. 
Apprice, John, vol. 224, £f. 187, 338, 

366. 
Agard, Clement, vol. 224, f. 260. 
Alsop, Thomas, vol. 224, f. 288. 
Assheley, John, vol. 224, f. 280. 
Acrood, Edmund, vol. 224, f. 223. 
Adams, Nicholas, vol. 224, f. 226. 
Alleyn, Robert, vol. 224, f. 849. 
Arrundell, Sir Thomas, voL 224, f. 346. 
Arrundell, John, vol. 224, f. 346. 
Ap Llewellyn, Richard, vol. 224, f. 345. 
Abbott, William, vol. 224, f. 342. 
Askwith, Brian, vol. 224, f. 399. 
Alen, John, vol. 224, f . 1 6. 
Ap David alias Vaughan, Henry, vol. 

224, f. 491. 
Ap Pryce, Sir John, vol. 224, f. 492- 
Ardes, Edward, vol. 224, f. 495. 
Arscot, John, vol. 224, f. 430. 
Albone, Hugh, vol. 224, f. 453. 
Archare, William, vol. 224, f. 432. 
Aesbe, Thomas, vol. 224, f. 437. 
Ap Gwillim, John, vol. 224, f. 485. 
Amolde, Edmund, vol. 224, f. 406. 
Amolde, George, vol. 224, f. 406. 
Ap John ap Robert, "Robert, vol. 224, 

f. 447. 
Auckeborowe, Richard, vol. 224, f. 488. 
Amoundesham, William, vol. 225, f. 6. 
Alle>Ti, John, vol. 225, f. 26. 
Assehton, Christopher, vol. 225, f. 78. 
Audeley, Thomas, vol. 225, f. 79. 
Adnet, John, vol. 225, ff. 87, 143. 
Alleyn, Thomas, vol. 225, f. 166. 
Arrundell, William, vol. 225, f. 188. 
Ap Price, John, vol. 225, f. 191. 
Arscot, Richard, vol. 225, f. 194. 
Assehton, George, vol. 225, f. 207. 
Acares, Robert, vol. 225, f. 204. 
Austen, John, vol. 225, f. 154. 
Aynesworthe, Thomas, vol. 225, f. 227. 
Aprice, John, vol. 226, pt. 1, f. 4. 
Acton, William, vol. 226, pt. 1, f . 4. 
Athoo, John, vol. 226, pt 1, f. 12. 
Aselond, William, vol. 226, pt. 1, f. la 



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Audleser, Richard, yol. 226, pt. 1, f. 19. 
Albnme, Thomas, vol. 226, pt. 1, f. 40. 
Ap David ap Bobert, Jevan, vol. 226, 

pt. 1, f. 42. 
Arnolde, William, vol. 226, pt. 1, f. 46. 
Atkinson, Robert, vol. 226, pt. 1, f. 58. 
Alan, Richard, vol. 226, pt. 1, f. 61. 
Aselyby, Francis, vol. 226, pt. 1, f. 67. 
Ap David ap Robin, Richard, vol. 226, 

pt, 1, f. 67. 
Ap Ellys, Rice, vol. 226, pt. 1, f. 67. 
Ap Richard, Hugh, vol. 226, pt. 1, f. 68. 
Ap John ap Robert, Edward, vol. 226, 

pt. 1, f. 68. 
Admergill, Alexander, vol. 226, pt. 1, 

f. 68. 
Awkebarowe, Joan, vol. 226, pt 1, f. 68. 
Alkjn, Thomas, vol. 226, pt. 1, f. 68. 
Ascott, Robert, vol. 226, pt. 1, f. 69. 
Annyson, Gilbert, vol. 226, pt. 1, f. 69. 
Ap Thomas, Henry, vol. 226, pt 1, f. 69. 
Ap John ap David, David, vol. 226, pt. I, 

f. 70. 
Ap Thomas ap Berchensa, Thomas, vol. 

226, pt 1, f . 70. 
Ap Hugh ap David Anwell, Madoc, vol. 

226, pt. 1, f. 70. 
Ap Mevrick, Richard, vol. 226, pt. 1, 

f. 71. 
Alyngton, Richard, vol. 226, pt. 1, f. 71. 
Ap Robert, Tuder, vol. 226, pt. 1, f. 72. 
Ap Harry Salisburie, Robert, vol. 226, 

pt 1, f. 72. 
Adeson, Thomas, vol. 226, pt. 1, f. 72. ' 
Akelde, John, vol. 226, pt 1, f. 72. 
Ap Thomas, Evan, vol. 226, pt 1, f. 72. 
Ap Robert, Tuder, vol. 226, pt. 1, f. 73. 
Ap Rethergh, Richard, vol. 226, pt 1, 

f. 73. 
Ap Rethergh, Richard, vol. 226, pt. 1, 

f. 73. 
Ap Rees ap Jevan Lloyde, Hugh, vol. 

226, pt. 1, f . 73. 
Ap Rees ap Jevan Lloyde, Robert, vol. 

226, pt 1, f. 78. 
Aslaby, Francis, vol. 226, pt. 2, f . 3. 
Admergill, Alexander, vol. 226, pt 2, f . 7. 
Alkyn, Thomas, vol. 226, pt. 2, f. 9. 
Ap Rychards, Hugh, vol. 226, pt. 2, 

f . 20. 
Ap John ap Robekt, Edward, vol. 226, 

pt2,f. 21. 
Askote, Robert, vol. 226, pt 2, t 21. 



Ap David ap Robyn, Rice, vol. 226, pt 2, 

f. 25. 
Ap Elys ap David, Rice, vol. 226, pt 2, 

f. 25. 
Ap John ap David, David, vol. 226, pt 2, 

f.38. 
Awkebarowe, Jane, vol. 226, pt. 2, f. 85. 
Annyngson, Gilbert, vol. 226, pt. 2, f. 36. 
Ap Harry Salysbury, Robert, vol. 226, 

pt 2, f. 41. 
Ap Robert, Tnder, vol. 226, pt. 2, f. 46. 
Ap Thomas ap William, Jevan, vol. 226, 

pt. 2, f. 47. 
Ap Hugh ap David Anwell, Madoc, vol. 

226,pt 2, f. 54. 
Ap William, Morgan, vol. 226, pt 2, f . 60. 
Ap Owen, Robert, vol. 226, pt. 2, f. 60. 
Atsell, Richard, vol. 226, pt 2, f. 74. 
Ap Jenkyn, Hoell, vol. 226, pt 2, f. 76. 
Ap Hoell ap Jenkyn, John, vol. 226, pt 2, 

f. 78. 
Applebye, John, vol. 226, pt. 2, f. 80. 
Adeson, Thomas, vol. 226, pt. 2, f. 86. 
Atkinson, Peter, vol. 226, pt. 2, f. 89. 
Ap Powell, Mereddith, vol. 226, pt. 2, 

f. 92. 
Apowell, Edward, vol. 226, pt. 2, f. 92. 
Ap Jevan ap John, Thomas, vol. 226, 

pt. 2, f. 92. 
Ap Gwillim, Llewellyn, vol. 226, pt. 2, 

f. 92. 
Ap John, Walter, vol. 226, pt. 2, f. 92. 
Astie, John, and Mary his wife, vol. 227, 

pt l,f. 1. 
Astie, Thomas, vol. 227, pt. 1, f. 1. 
Astie, Christopher, vol. 227, pt l,f. 1. 
Arkell, Robert, vol. 227, pt. 1, f. 5. 
Ap David ap Robert, Richard and Mar- 
gery his wife, vol. 227, pt. 1, f. 7. 
Abbey, Robert, 8enior,vol. 227, pt. l,f. 18. 
Abbey, Robert, junior, vol. 227, pt. 1, 

f. 18. 
Adenbroke, John, vol. 227, pt. 1, f. 14. 
Andrewes, Thomas, vol. 227, pt. 1, f. 17. 
Allandson, Janet, vol. 227, pt. 1, f. 18. 
Atkinson, WiUiam, vol. 227, pt. 1, f. 20. 
Adyes, John, vol. 227, pt. 1, f. 22. 
Ap Richard, Anne, vol. 227, pt. 1, f . 23. 
Ap Thomas, John, vol. 227, pt. 1, f. 23. 
Ap Thomas, Margaret, vol. 227, pt. I, 

f. 23. 
Astrye, William, vol. 227, pt 1, f. 25. 
Anderson, Jane, vol. 227, pt 1, f. 26. 



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No. 3. — Augmentation Office Records — continued, 

Atkinson, Francis, vol. 227, pt. 1, f. 85. 
Andrewe, John, vol. 227, pt. l,f. 37. 
Andrewe, Henry, vol. 227, pt. I, f. 37. 
Awheiy, Eichard, vol. 227, pt, 2, f. 7. 
Aakwith, William, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 12. 
Ascongbe, Anne, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 21. 
AjBConghe, Mary, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 21. 
Ashebye, John, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 24. 
Ap David ap Jevan, Hugh, vol. 227, pt. 2, 

f. 80. 
Ap Howe, John, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 31. 
Alderson, Anthony, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 35. 
Acton, Henry, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 36. 
Acton, William, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 36. 
Ap Jevan ap B . . . , Hugh, vol. 227, pt. 2. 

f. 40. 
Ap Jevan ap S. John, John, vol. 227, 

pt 2, f . 40. 
Ap Roberte, Geoffrey, vol. 227, pt. 2, 

f. 44. 
Ap David ap Richard, Owen, vol. 227, 

pt. 2, f. 44. 
Ap John, Morris, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 45. 
Ap Boberte ap Jevan ap Harrys, Fulk, 

vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 46. 
Allen, William, vol. 227, pt. 2, f . 49. 
Amadas, John, vol. 227, pt. 2, f . 56. 
Ap Griffith, Tudor, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 67. 
Allenson, John, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 67. 
Alienson, Leonard, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 67. 
Allenson, Cuthbert, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 67. 
Allen, John, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 68. 
Ap B. Winn, Jevan, vol. 227, pt. 2, 

f. 74. 
Aubreye, Bichaid, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 75. 
Ap^ David ap Griffith, John, vol. 227, 

pt. 2, f. 76. 
Ap Harrye, Jevan, vol. 227, pt. 2, f . 77. 
Ap John ap William, Jevan, vol. 227, 

pt^ 2, f . 78. 
Ap Jevan ap Hughe, William, vol. 227, 

pt 2, f. 78. 
Ap Owen, William, vol. 227, pt 2, f. 79. 
Ap Jevan Uoid, Henry, vol. 227, pt. 2, 

f.79. 
Allwaye, John, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 80. 
Atkinson, Bobert, vol. 227, pt 2, f. 81. 
Apsley, Michael, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 98. 
Ap John ap Hoell, Hoell, vol. 227, pt. 2, 

f. 102. 
Adis, Thomas, and Margaret his wife, 

vol. 227, pt 2, f. 114. 
Adif, Margaret, vol. 227, pt 2, f. 114. 

52926. 



Aldeworth, Gregoiy, vol. 227, pt 2, f . 1 1 5, 
Amolde, Bobert, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 122. 
Amolde, Nathaniel, voL 227, pt. 2, 1 122. 
Arnolde, John, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 122. 
Applegarthe, William, vol. 227, pt 2, 

f. 127. 
Armitage, Edmund, vol. 227, pt 2,f. 130. 
Ap Harry ap John, Thomas, voL 227, 

pt. 2, f. 133. 
Ap Thomas ap B. ap Llewellyn, Bice, 

vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 133. 
Anderson, Henry, vol. 227, pt 2, t 139. 
Ap Bichard, Bytharch, vol. 227, pt. 2, 

f. 144. 
Adams, William, vol. 228, f. 2. 
Atkyns, Bichard, vol. 228, f. 3. 
Atkinson, Peter, vol. 228, f. 6. 
Asbumer, Thomas, vol. 228, f. 10. 
Asburner, John, vol. 228, f. 10. 
Albery, Thomas, vol. 228, f. 12. 
Ap Jevan Lloyd, Bobert, vol. 228, f. 12. 
Ap John Griffith, Hugh, vol. 228, f. 12. 
Ap John ap Bobert, Bicbard, vol. 228, 

f. 12. 
Arthington, William, vol. 228, f. 20. 
Arthington, Jane, vol. 228, f. 20. 
Arthington, Bobert, vol. 228, f. 20. 
Askewe, Leonard, vol. 228, f . 84. 
Ap John Griffith, Morris, vol. 228, f. 44. 
Ap David ap William ap Maddocke, 

John, vol. 228, f. 44. 
Ap John Griffith, Thomas, vol. 228, 

f, 44. 
Ap David ap John, Henry, vol. 228, 

£.44. 
Ashefeilde, Edward, vol. 228, f. 57. 
Atkinson, Thomas, vol. 228, f. 58. 
Ap John ap William, Hugh, vol. 228, 

f. 68. 
Ap Hugh, Bobert, vol. 228, f . 68. 
Ap John, Hugh, vol 228, f. 84. 
Ap John, John, vol. 228, f. 84. 
Ap Jevan ap B . . . , Griffith, vol. 228, 

f. 146. 
Ap John David Goz, Edward, vol. 228, 

f. 153. 
Atmar, Margaret, vol. 228, f. 164. 
Andrew, Bobert, vol. 228, f. 166. 
Agar, George, vol. 228, f. 183. 
Agar, Bichard, vol. 228, f. 183. 
Arnold^ Alexander, vol. 228, f. 187. 
Atkinson, Edward, vol. 228, f. 201. 
Atkins, John, vol. 229, f . 29. 



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. AUen^ John, vol. 229, f. 83. 
Awens, Thomas, vol. 229, f. 42. 
Ap Harry, Richard, vol. 229, f . 50. 
Ages, Adam, vol. 229, f. 56. 
Anmdell, Sir Thomas, vol. 232, pt. 1, 

ff. 7, 8. 
Assheton, John, vol. 282, pt. 1, f. 12. 
Asshefeld, Edmund, vol. 232, pt. 1, f. 16. 
Asshwell, Joan, vol. 232, pt. 1, f. 18. 
Abell, Robert, vol. 282, pt. 1, f. 18. 
Angell, William, vol. 232, pt. 1, f. 21. 
Ap Roger, Jasper, vol. 232, pt. 1, f. 25. 
Akaster, John, vol. 232, pt. 1, f. 27. 
Addyngham, John, vol. 232, pt. 1, f. 27. 
Austen, Henry, vol. 282, pt. 1, f. 84. 
Austen, Nicholas, vol. 232, pt. 1, f. 88. 
Aungewen, Joan, vol. 232, pt. I, f. 40. 
Adamson, John, vol. 232, pt 1, f. 48. 
Acton, Joyce, vol. 232, pt. 1, f. 50. 
Ap Thomas, Lewis, vol. 232, pt. 1, f. 55. 
Ap Robert ap Ryce, Richard, vol. 232, 

pt. 1, f. 55. 
Assheton, Christopher, vol. 232, pt. 1, 

f . 60. 
Acton, Nicholas, vol. 232, pt. 2, f. 14. 
Ap Ryce ap David, Hugh, vol. 232, pt. 2, 

f. 14. 
Abre, Francis, vol. 232, pt. 2, f. 17. 
Atterbnry, Thomas, 232, pt. 2, f. 18. 
Aleyn, Alexander, vol. 232, pt. 2, f . 20. 
Ambrose, John, voL 232, pt. 3, f. 34. 
A Olentone, Owin, vol. 232, pt. 2, f. 35. 
Alwyngton, William, vol. 232, pt. 2, 

£87. 
Annesley, Balph, vol. 23 Si, pt. 2, f. 41. 
Austen, John, voL 232, pt. 2, f. 46. 
Ambrose, William, vol. 282, pt. 2, f. 47. 
Alrede, Thomas, vol. 282, pt. 2, f. 54. 
Austen, Richard, vol. 282, pt. 2, f. 63. 
Amys, George, vol. 232, pt. 2, f. 67. 
Alenbj e, John, vol. 238, f. 5. 
Austen, William, vol. 283, f. 13. 
Ahnan, John, vol. 238, f. 18. 
Arnold, Richard, vol. 283, f. 19. 
Asshenhurst, William, vol. 283, f. 22. 
Aflihley, Joan, vol. 233, f. 87. 
Anderson, Peter, vol. 288, f. 40. 
Aysheby, John, vol. 283, f. 58. 
Arnold, William, vol. 233, f. 62. 
Alen, Thomas, vol. 238, t 88. 
Armounde, Ralph, vol. 233, f« 89. 
Areley, Johui vol. 238, f. 91. 
Afiheby, Aim«i toI. 283, f. 99. 



Aleyne, Anne, vol. 238, f. 103. 
Athelney, John, vol. 233, f. 105. 
Ailmer, John, vol. 233, f. 111. 
Amolde, John, voL 233, f. 116. 
Adams, Richard, vol. 233, f. 118. 
Archar alias Vertue, Patrick, vol. 233, 

f. 128. 
Andrewes, John, vol. 233, f. 127. 
Awkelond alias Robynson, John, vol. 

233, f. 183. 
Astley, Richard, vol. 233, t 164. 
Aldeliff, Richard, vol. 233, t 166. 
Alanbrigge, John, vol. 283, f. 171. 
Austen, Agnes, vol. 283, f. 182. 
Alborowe, James, vol. 233, f. 190. 
AbeU, WilUam, vol. 288, f. 193. 
Appulbye, Richard, vol. 233, t 193. 
Azworth, John, vol. 233, f. 201. 
Abrahame, John, vol. 238, f. 203. 
Aleyne, Thomas, vol. 288, f. 209. 
Amys, Joan, vol. 233, f. 21 1. 
Awdeley, Anne, vol. 233, f. 214. 
Ayssheley, Elizabeth, vol. 233, t 215. 
Aysshe, Margaret, vol. 283, f. 218. 
Ap Johns, Moiigan, vol. 233, f. 220. 
Asteredge, John, vol. 233, f. 222. 
Auntell, Eleanor, vol 233, f. 233. 
Andrewys, Thomasina, vol. 288, f. 284. 
Alborde, Richard, vol. 233, f. 239. 
Altame, John, vol. 288, f. 251. 
Adams, Robert, vol. 283, f. 253. 
Averey, William, vol. 233, f. 265. 
Alforde, William, vol. 233, f. 274. 
Ayssheforde, Ellen, vol. 283, f. 282. 
Abre, Joan, vol. 233, f. 288. 
Asheleye, Elizabeth, vol. 283, f . 294. 
Atkynson, Robert, vol. 233, f. 297. 
Alsford, Ralph, vol. 233, f. 303. 
Ap Thomas, John, vol. 233, f. 311. 
Auntell, Katherinc, vol. 233, f. 825. 
Asshe, Anne, voL 233, f. 326. 
Augustinis, Augustine de, vol. 233, f. 841 . 
Ameetts, Joan, vol. 234, f. 1. 
Alton alias Powre, Andrew, voL 234, 

f. 22. 
Andyner eilias Phyllepps, John, vol. 

234, f. 23. 
Auger, Thomas, vol. 234, f. 24. 
Alfreed alias Walred, John, vol. 234, 

f. 25. 
Attylborowe alias Tonger, Humphrey, 

vol. 234, f. 33. 
Acrike, Geoffrey, vol. 284, f. 61, ' 



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Alenson> Leonard, vol. 234, f . 62. 
Albon, John, vol. 284, f. 63. 
Assbewell, William, vol. 234, f. 64. 
Albon, William, vol 284, f. 65. 
Albpn, Thomas vol. 234, f. 71. 
Aleu, William, vol. 234, f. 71. 
Adam, William, vol. 234, f. 72. 
Ardys, Anne, vol. 234, f. 85. 
Almon, Thomas, vol. 234, f. 105. 
Alston, Edmund, vol. 234, f. 130. 
Angustyne, William, vol. 234, f . 139. 
Anselme, Bichard, vol. 234, f. 140. 
Atkyns, John, vol. 234, f. 142. 
Aldewyn, Christopher, vol. 284, f. 147. 
Anjson aUas Doimhame, John, vol. 

234, f . 149. 
Alivyn, WilUam, vol. 234, f. 150. 
Andrewe, Thomas, voL 284, £. 152. 
Andiewez, Thomas, vol. 234, f. 163, 
Alen, Elisabeth, vol. 234, f. 166. 
Antyle, Joan, vol. 234, f. 167. 
Apprjce, Juliana, vol. 234, f. 168. , 
Acton, Margaret, vol. 234, f. 169. 
Ayeres, Cecilia, vol. 234, f. 169. 
Antyll, Sibyl, vol. 234, f. 170. 
Alwyn alieis Vestell, John, vol. 234, 

f. 178. . 
Albome aiiaa Cbamberleyne, William, 

vol. 284, f. ;94. 
Acton, Humphrey, vol. 234, f. 204. 
Alcestre, John, vol. 284, f . 205. 
Alchurche, Thomas, vol. 234, f. 211. 
Aldrech, Matilda, vol. 234, f. 214. 
.Aasfihe, Margaret, vol. 234, f. 220. 
Agarston, Thomas, vol. 234, f. 224. 
Axstell, John, vol. 234, f. 230. 
Assbeton, Bichard, vol. 234, f . 242. 
Alderley, William, vol. 234, f. 243. 
Adyson, John, vol. 284, f . 248. 
Athe, Richard, vol. 234, f . 252. 
Aoton, Thomas, vol. 234, f. 254. 
Addeson, Agnes, vol. 234, f. 267. 
Aland, Edmund, vol. 234, f. 288. 
Ayssheton, Joan, vol. 284, f. 310. 
Albon, William, vol. 284, f. 314. 
Alanby, John, vol. 284, f. 325. 
Adamson, Richard, vol. 234,^ f. 326. 
Armorer, George, vol. 234, f. 331. 
Aston, Robert, vol. 234, f. 338. 
Asbeton, John, vol. 234, f. 839. 
Amerey, John, voL 234, f. 344. 
Arte, Elizabeth, vol. 234, f. 846. 
Andiewe, Joap, y<^. 234, f . 356. 



Austen, James, vol. 234, f. 363. 
Alleyn, Bichard, vol. 234, f. 373. 
Andreve, William, vol. 234, f . 378. 
Aukton, Thomas, vol. 234, f. 381. 
Adlarde, Margaret, vol. 234, f. 385. 
Ardtbyngton, Isabel, vol. 234, f . 387. 
Alan, Alice, vol. 234, f. 387. 
Arthyngton, Elizabeth, vol. 234, f. 889. 
Amyas, Eatherine, vol. 234, f. 389. 
Adams, Elizabeth, vol. 234, f. 393. 
Aunger, Agnes, vol. 234, f. 398a. 
Asselaby, Agnes, vol. 234, f. 399. 
Ayraye, Henry, vol. 234, f. 401. 
Alanby, Henry, vol. 234, f. 410. 
Ashley, Joan, vol. 234, C 421. 
Alatson, William, vol. 234, f. 425. 
Ambrosse, John, vol. 284, f . 426. 
Anthony, Robert, vol. 234, f. 429. 
Adamson, Geoffrey, vol. 234, f. 433. 
Asshewell, Thomas, voL 235, f. 1. 
Averey, John, vol. 235, f. 9, 
Audley, John, Lord, vol. 235, f. 31. 
Alcocke, Nicholas, vol. 235, f. 37. 
Archer, Bichard, vol. 235, f. 38, 
Audley, Thomas, Lord, vol. 235, f. 40. 
Anne of Cleeves, vol. 235, f . 46. 
Audeley, Richard, vol. 235, f. 50. 
Apryce, John, vol. 235, ffl 57, 102. 
Appulton, Thomas,' vol. 235, f. 63. 
Altsberye, George, vol. 235, f. 71. 
Apowell, Watkin, vol. 235, f . 72. 
Augustinis, Augustine de, vol. 235, f. 72. 
Ambrose, William, voL 235, f. 88. 
AUeyne, John, vol. 235, f. 85. 
Andrewe, Bichard, vol. 235, f. 88. 
Aneswortbe, James, vol. 235, f. 124. 
Alysbury, Martin, vol. 236, f. 10. 
Aucher, Anthony, vol. 236, f. 17. 
Amolde, Nicholas, vol. 236, f. 18. 
Alye, Adam, vol. 236, f. 45. 
Alcocke, Nicholas, vol. 286, ff. 59, 104, 

185. 
Ayleswortb, John, vol. 236, f. 76. 
Abbot, William, vol. 286, f. 77. 
Audebie, Bichard, vol. 236, f. 87. 
Allerton, William, vol. 236, ff. 129, 172. 
Alcocke, Philip, vol. 236, f. 133. 
Adams, Martin, vol. 236, f. 15*4. ' 
Arrowsmyth, Balpb, vol. 236, f. 163. 
Anderton, Bichard, vol. 236, f. 164. 
Acrod, Edward, vol. 236, f. 166. 
Anslcy, Edward, vol. 236, f. 183. 
Ap Richard, Thomas, vol. 236, f. 199. 

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Asshefelde, Edmund, vol. 236, f. 200. 
Aynswortb, Simon, vol. 236, f. 200. 
Arderne, William, vol. 236, f. 208. 
Allington, Richard, vol. 236, f. 208. 
Acworth, George, vol. 286, f. 218. 
Asslieton, Thomas, vol. 236, f. 221. 
Asshe, Hugh, vol. 236, f. 224. 
Aylesborie, Milleccnt, vol. 236, f . 229. 
Ap Hany, Rice, vol. 286, f. 285. 
Armorer, Richard, vol. 236, f. 240. 
Adam, Christopher, and Alice his wife, 

vol. 238, f. 52. 
Adam, Thomas, vol. 238, f. 52. 
Ap Res ap David Llojd, Jevan, Gladys 

his wife, and one son, vol. 238, f. 59. 
Ap John Richard, Thomas, and Agnes 

vz John his wife, vol. 238, f. 60. 
Ap John Llewellyn, Robert, vol 238, 

f. 61. 
Ap David Hoel, Nesta vz Jankyn his 

wife, and one son, vol. 238, f. 61. 
Ap R. ap David, David, Eva vz Morgan 

his wife, and one son, vol. 238, f. 62. 
Ap Gruffud ap Philip, Jevan his wife, 

and one son, vol. 238, f. 63. 
Ap Ryce Taylor, Gwillim, Gladys his 
wife, and one son, vol. 238, f. 63. 

Ap Gwillim Llewellyn, Robert, vol. 238, 

f. 64. 
Ap Llewellyn ap Jevan, Rys, Sibil vz 

Jevan his wife, and one son, vol. 238, 

f. 64. 
Ap Gwillim, John, and his wife, vol. 238, 

f. 65. 
Ap Roger ap Hoell, Griffith, his wife, 

and one assign, vol. 238, f. 66. 
Ap Thomas ap Jevan ap Griffith, Hoel, 

Matilda his wife, and one son, vol. 

238, f. 66. 
Ap Jevan ap Hoel, Roger, his wife, and 

one son, vol. 2?8, f. 67. 
Ap Gwillim^ Rhys, and his wife, vol. 

238, f. 68. 
Ap Jevan, Llewellyn, Agnes vz Mere- 

dethe his wife, and one son, vol. 238, 

f. 68. 
Ap . . . ap Hoell, Howell, Goley- 

trythe vz Gwillim his wife, and one 

son, vol. 238, f. 69. 
Ap Gwillim, Philip, Janet vz John his 

wife, and one son, vol. 288, f. 69. 
Ap John ap Gwillin, Henry, Dyamys 

his wife, and one son, vol. 288, f. 70. 



Ap Madocke ap Owen, John, and Mar- 

g^ery bis wife, and one son, vol. 238, 

f. 71. 
Ap Kchard, Griffith, Juliana his wife, 

and John their son, vol. 238, f. 71. 
Ap Jevan^ Griffith, Isabel vz GwilHm 

his wife, and one son, vol. 288, f. 72. 
Ap Owen ap Richard, Thomas, his wife, 

and one son, vol. 238, f . 72. 
Ap Jevan ap Llewellyn ap Gryf^the 

Dewe, William, Lleyky vz David 

Yaughan his wife, and one son, vol. 

238, f. 67. 
A'p David ap Griffith Taylor, Thomas, 

and Llyky his wife, and John ap 

David, brother of the said Thomas, 

and his wife, vol. 238, f. 73. 
Ap Thomas, Howell, Gwenlian his' wife, 

and one son, vol. 238, f. 74. 
Ap John, Hyggen, and his wife, vol. 

238, f. 75. 
Ap Llewellyn ap Thomas, Thomas, his 

first wife, and one son, vol. 238, f. 75. 
Ap Rees, John, vicar of Wendore, vol. 

238, f. 76. 
Ap Hoel ap Res, Thomas, Gwenlian his 

wife, and one son, vol. 238, f. 78. • 
Ap David ap Gwillim, Jevan, Katherine 

his wife, and one son, vol. 238, f. 78. 
Ap Thomas ap John ap Owen, his wife, 

and one son, vol. 238, f. 79. 
Ap Gytto, William, and one assign, vol. 
238, f. 80. 

Ap Llewellyn ap Jevan, Jevan, and one 
son, vol. 238, f. 80. 

Ap Jevan ap Hoel, John, his wife, and 
one son, vol. 238, f. 81. 

Ap Jevan .ap Rees, Thomas, Katherine 
his wife, and one son, vol. 238, f. 83. 

Ap David ap Richard, Griffith, Joan his 
wife, and one son, vol. 238, f . 88. 

Ap Thomas ap David, Roger, his wife, 

and one son, vol. 238, f. 84. 
Ap Gwillim Llewellyn, Robert, and one 

son, vol. 238, f. 84. 
Ap Llewellyn ap Thomas, William, and 

his wife, vol. 238, f. 85. 
Ap Rys, Jankyn, and Rys his son, vol. 

238, f. 86. 
Ap David Meredith, Jevan, Cecilia his 

wife, and one son, vol. 238, f. 87. 
Anderson, Miles, vol. 288, f. 95. 



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Atkynson, William, and Janet his wife, 

Tol. sag, f. 105. 
Amonon, John, and Isabel his wife, vol. 

238, f. 106. 
Arnold, John, toI. 289, f. 3. 
Acton, Kioholas, yo\, 239, f. 10. 
Aleyn, Thomas, vol. 239, f. 54. 
Andrewes, Richard, toI. 240, f . 36. 
Aprice, Thomas, toI. 240, f. 58. 
Ap Robert, William, vol. 240, f. 58. 
Andiwer alms Phillips, John, vol. 240, 

f. 86w 
Alfred aitas Waited, John, vol. 240, 

f. 110. 
Appowell, Edmund, vol 240, f. 157. 
Aolgar, John, vol. 241, f. 5. 
Ailworth, John, vol. 241, f. 74. 
Apparry, Manrioe, vol. 242, f. 2. 
Assheby, George, vol. 242, f. 2. 
Ap Gryffith, Thomas, vol. 242, f. 3. 
Aparry, Manrioe, vol. 242, f. 6. 
Ap Mnryk, James, vol. 242, f. 8. 
Ap Rice, John, vol. 242, f. 38. 
Annesley, Thomas, vol. 243, f. 66. 
Atkins, Henry, vol. 248, f. 73. 
Awsten, Nicholas, vol. 243, f. 88. 
Aldcoke, John, vol. 243, f. 131. 
Argall, Katherine, vol. 243, f. 157. 
Ayton, Sir Robert, vol. 248, f. 195. 
Asshwell, Joan, vol. 244, f. 4. 
Abell, Robert, vol. 244, f. 12. 
Angell, William, vol. 244, f. 17. 
Addingham, John, vol. 244, f. 25. 
Akaster, John, vol. 244, f. 27. 
Adamson, John, vol. 244, f . 30. 
Austen, Henry, vol. 244, f. 33. 
Aungewen, Joan, vol. 244, f. 35. 
Ansten, Nicholas, vol. 244, f. 41. 
Acton, Joyce, vol. 244, f. 56. 
Ap Roger, Jasper, vol. 244, f. 62. 
Alexander, Charles, vol. 247, f. 9. 
Bridgewaters, George, vol. 179, f. 21. 
Browne, Nicholas, vol. 179, f. 98. 
Barton, John, vol. 179, f. 164. 
Barboo, John, vol. 181, f. 35. 
Brandlyng, Sir Robert, vol. 181, f. 88. 
Barton, Thomas, vol. 182, t 9. 
Bygott, John, vol 182, f. 24. 
Barthyhnew, John, voL 182, f. 46. 
Bmgh, William, vol 182, f. 53. 
Bellow, John, vol. 182, f. 57. 
Barker, William, vol 182, f. 67. 
Breme, Richard, vol. 209, f. 51. 



Bosterd, Anthony, vol. 209, t 82. 
BoUes, William, vol. 209, f. 57. 
Bedingfield, Erands, vol. 209, f. 57. 
Bamerdiston, John, vol. 209, f. 61. 
Barney, John, vol. 209, f. 74. 
Broxhohne, John, vol. 209, f. 81. 
Babthorpe, William, vol. 209, f. 85. 
Bradwell, Hugh, vol. 209, f. 87. 
Beckwith, Leonard, vol. 209, f. 90. 
Bagnall, Ralph, vol. 209, f. 91. 
Broke, David, vol. 209, f. 98. 
Bothe, John, vol. 209, f 97. 
Bnckworth, Thomas, vol. 209, f. 95. 
Bryanne, Sir Francis, vol. 209, f. 97. 
Bamerd, John, vol. 209, f. 98. 
Bnlker, Thomas, vol. 209, f. 100. 
Barwiok, John, vol. 209, ff. 101, 103. 
Beckwith, Leonard, vol. 209, ff. 8, 5. 
Belfeld, Arthur, vol. 209, f. 17. 
Browne, Nicholas, vol. 209, f. 27. 
Broke, Thomas, vol. 209, f. 30. 
Blethen, Lewes, vol. 209, f. 19. 
Breme, Richard, vol. 209, f. 34. 
Browne, Sir Anthony, vol. 209, f. 86. 
Bradshawe, John, vol. 209, f. 89. 
BoUes, William, vol. 209, f. 51. 
Brockett, Thomas, vol. 209, f. 46. 
Bolles, William, vol. 209, f. 46. 
Browne, Humfrey, voL 210, ff. 1,88. 
Bagnald, Robert, vol. 210, f. 3. 
BumelJ, John, vol. 210, f. 3. 
Berdesey, Adam, voL 210, f. 11. 
Burre, William, vol. 210, ff. 17, 76.. 
Barnard, Ralph, voL 210, f. 19. 
Bouth, John, vol. 210, f. 30. 
Bedingfeld, Henry, vol. 210, £ S4, . 
Bedingfeld, Francis, vol. 210, f. 88. 
Burton, John, vol. 210, f. 41. 
Barowdale, John, vol. 210, f. 44. 
BoU, Robert, vol. 210, f. 44. 
Bolde, Richard, vol. 210, f. 45. 
Bobye, William, vol. 210, f. 46. 
Badnall, John, vol. 210, f. 50. 
Birkeheill, John, vol. 210, f. 50. 
Brome, Sir John, vol. 210, f. 51. 
Burton, George, vol. 210, f. 56. 
Blithman, William, vol. 210, f. 60. 
Surges, Thomas, vol. 210, f. 60, 79. 
BUtheman, William, vol. 210, £ 60. 
Bayneton, Sir Edward, vol. 210, f. 60. 
Beckwithe, Ambrose, voL 210, f. 63. 
Barowe, Leonard, vol. 210, f . 67. 
Blunte, Walter, vol. 210, f . 70. 



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Benson, Ralph, toI. 210, f. 78. 
Bradewell, Hugh, vol. 310, f. 74. 
Bellowe, John, vol. 211, f. 7. 
Browne, John, vol. 211, f. 9. 
Benson, Richard, vol. 211, f. 12. 
Blytheman, William, vol. 211, t 19. 
Barkenberue, William, vol 211, f. 28. 
Burgoyne, Robert, vol. 211, f. 29. 
Baflsett, Francis, vol. 211, f. 65. 
Bamell, William, vol 211, f. 82. 
Bryan, Sir Francis, vol. 211, f. 82. 
Bridge, John and Thomas, vol. 21 1, f. 33. 
Barton, John, vol. 211, f. 37. 
Bassett, Sir William, vol. 211, f. 49. 
Bellysys, Richard, vol. 211, f. 50. 
Boughan, John, voL 211, f. 51. 
Buniell, John, voL 211, f. 57. 
Bromley, William, vol. 211, f. 58. 
Borgcher, Humphrey, vol. 211, ff. 63, 

118, 119. 
Beckwith, Leonard, vol. 211, f. 74. 
Bagott, Stephen, vol 211, f. 74. 
Burgoyne, Thomas, vol. 211, f. 75. 
Burton, Thomas, vol. 211, f. 77. 
Brad^hawe, Robert, vol. 211, f. 60. 
Burghe, William, vol 211, f. 109. 
Bawde^ Ralph, vol. 211, fP. 69, 70, 110. 
Blyton, Rowland, vol 211, f. 70. 
Baskett, Gregory, vol. 212, f. 5. 
Bolton, Thomas, vol. 212, f. 22.. 
Baunfeld, William, vol 212, f. 44. 
Blythe, William and Thomas, vol 212, 

f. 47. 
Bradock, William, and Matilda his wife, 

vol 212, f. 51. 
Baskett, Thomas, vol. 212, f. 56. 
Barton, John, vol 212, f. 59. 
Burley, Anthony, vol. 212, ff. 68, 101. 
Bridge, Sir John, vol. 212, f. 177. 
Breerton, Vrian, vol. 212, f. 180. 
Bruge, John, vol 212, f. 189. 
Barkeley, John, vol. 212, f. 189. 
Ball, Thomas, vol 212, f. 73. 
Bellassis, Richard, vol 212, f. 77. 
BrownC) Richard, vol 212, f. 80, 
Bent, William, vol. 212, f. 85. 
BeiUby, Anthony, vol 212, f. 87. 
Breerton, Sir Richard, vol 212, f. 88. 
Brerev,. Thomas and Oliver, vol 212, 

f. 89. 
Blunt, Richard, vol 212, f. 92. 
Bulkeley, Thomaa,.vol. 212, f. 95. 
Bume, John, vol. 912, f. 96. 



Beckwith, Ralph, vol 212, f. 9&. 
Brian, Sir Francis, vol. 212, f. 97; 
BoUe, Thonuis, vol 212, 1 99. 
Blakett, Thomas, vol. 212, f. 103. 
Brakenbury, Anthony, vol 212, f. 105. 
Bromefeld, Jeffrey, vol 212, f. 114. 
Bassett, Sir William, vol 212, f. 119. 
Bridge, Thomas, vol 212, f. 124. 
Beckwith, Ambrose, vol 812, L 127. 
Bayneham, George, vol 212, f. 186. 
Bentley, Thomas, vol 212, f. 137. 
Bamers, William, vol 212, f. 188^ 
Basyng, Roger, vol 212, f. 188. 
Browne, Robert, vol 212, f. 156. 
Brooke, Thomas, vol 212, f. 156. 
Baker alUu Vaughan, Morice, vol. 212, 

f. 160. 
Bradshawe, John, vol 212, f. 164. 
Browne, Sir Anthony, vol 212, f. 168. 
Butler, Thomas, 212, f. 190. 
Berd, Richard, vol. 218, f. 1. 
Baker, Sir John, vol. 218, f. 5. 
Bristowe, Nicholas, vol 213, f. 5» 
Brian, Richard, vol 213, f. 10. 
Blakenhall, Marie, vol 213, f. 10. 
Babthorpe, William, vol. 213» f. 14. 
Bankes, Robert, vol 218, f. 88. 
Bland, Katherine, vol. 213, f. 86. 
Boys, John, vol 213, f. 41. 
Burnett, Avery, vol. 213, f. 45. 
Barker, John, vol 213, f. 46. 
Bradshawe, John, vol. 213, f. 49. 
Bolton, Christopher, vol 213, f. 49. 
Bailes, Edward, vol 213, f. 51. 
Brakenbury, Stephen, vol 218, ff. 54, 55. 
Bacon, William, vol. 213, f. 55. 
Blunte, Richard, vol 218, f. 79. 
Broke, Thomas, vol 213, f. 81. 
Baynton, Sir Edward, vol 213, ft. 84, 98. 
Bygg, John, vol 213, ff. 89, 99« 
Bill, John, vol. 213, f. 91. 
Blowre, Jeffrey, vol. 218, f. 92. 
Beckwith, Leonard, vol. 218, f. 95. 
Broke, Ellis, vol 218, f. 111. 
Browne, Thomas, vol 218, f, 113. 
Blunte, Walter, vol 218, L 114. 
Bill, Thomas, vol 213, ff. 116, 117. 
Broke, Richard, vol 214, f. 2. 
BIyke, William, vol. 214, f. 3. 
Brian, Sit Francis^ vol 214, f. 6. 
Broughton, Francis, vol 214, f. 8. 
Bumam, Robert, vol 214, t 16. 
Bamerd, Blisabeth, vol 214> f . 18. 



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Browne, James, yoL SH, f. 20. 
Baseley, William, vol. 214, f. 84. 
Broke, William, vol. 214, f. 57. 
Broxholme, John, vol. 214, f. 61. 
Boland, Homiiey, vol. 214, f. 66. 
Burnell, William, vol. 214, f. 72. 
Bocher, Robert, vol. 214, f. 74. 
Beckwith, Leonard, vol. 214, f. 78. 
Bowles, John, vol. 214, f. 88. 
BeUassis, William, vol. 214, f. 92. 
Bath, John, Earl of, vol. 214, f. 94. 
Bacon, Nicholas, vol. 214, f. 100. 
Brjan, Sir Francis, vol. 214, f. 107. 
Broke, Thomas, vol. 214, f. 100. 
Bevercotes, Richard, vol. 214, f. 118. 
Butts, William, vol. 214, f. 122. 
Browne, Leonard, vol. 214, f. 125. 
Bellowe, John, vol. 214, f. 126. 
Bell, William, vol. 214, f. 127. 
Barker, Humphrey, vol. 214, f. 131. 
Bewick, Bertram, vol. 214, f. 185. 
BoUond, Humphrey, vol. 214, f. 135. 
Browne, George, vol. 214, f. 186. 
Beckwith, Leonard, vol. 214, f. 187. 
Baillie, Laurence, vol. 215, f. 1. 
Blackbome, James, vol. 215, f. 2. 
Butler, Anthony, vol. 215, f. 16. 
Belsyngham, Stephen, vol. 215, f. 17. 
Byllyngton, John, vol. 215, f. 17. 
Buckley, Sir Richard, vol. 215, f. 18. 
Barker, WiUiam, vol. 215, f. 21. 
Buckley, Charles, vol. 215, f. 82. 
Buttes, William, vol. 215, f. 83. 
Buckmer, Richard, vol. 215, f. 86. 
Barodon, David, vol 215, f. 41. 
Butcher, Robert, vol. 215, f. 42. 
Browne, Sir Anthony, vol. 215, f. 70. 
Bacon, Thomas, vol. 215, f. 74. 
Brakenbury, William, vol. 215, f. 75. 
Bamefeid, Robert, vol. 215, f. 78. 
Byll, Thomas, vol. 215, f. 81. 
Bradley, John, and Agnes his wife, vol. 

216, f. 1. 
Browne, Leonard, vol. 216, f. 2. 
Berdsey, James, vol. 216, f. 2. 
Brakenbury, William, vol. 216, f. 4. 
Browne, John, vol. 216, ff. 4, 174. 
Butler, Arnold, vol. 216, f. 8. 
BlonstOB, Nicholas, vol. 216, f. 12. 
Blanford, Robert, vol. 216, f. 16. 
Barker, John, vol. 216, f. 18. 
Bristowe, Nicholas, vol. 216, f. 24. 
Barker, Randall, vol. 216, f. 19. 



Browne, Sir Anthony, vol. 216, f. 80. 

Bailer, Richard, vol. 216, f. 45. 

Bocher, Robert, vol. 216, f. 55. 

Barton, Henry, vol. 216, f. 71. 

Barlye, Matilda, vol. 216, f. 72. 

Browne, Richard, vol. 216, f. 89. 

Barkeley, Maurice, vol. 216, f. 97. 

Bamerdiston, John, vol. 216, f. 103. 

Burgh, John, vol. 216, f. 106. 
I Burgh, William, vol. 216, f. 107. 
' Burgh, Thomas, vol. 216, f. 107. 
I Baker, Sir John, vol. 216, f. 108. 

Blount, Walter, vol. 216, f. 116. 

Brian, Sir Francis, vol. 216, f. 122. 

Bretton, Wffliam, vol. 216, f. 126. 

Bramfeld, Alexander, vol. 216, f. 127. 

Boye, Thomas, vol. 216, f. 127. 

Button, William, vol. 216, f. 155. 

Bacon, Walter, vol. 216, f. 161. 

Benson, Thomas, vol. 216, f. 164. 

Benson, Richard, vol. 216, f. 164, 

Barwick, Robert, vol. 216, f. 167. 

Beyff, Anthony, vol. 216, f. 172. 

Bennett, William, vol. 216, f. 173. 

Brasse, John, vol. 216, f. 170. 

Bankes, William, vol. 216, f. 179. 

Buckheathe, John, vol. 216, f. 180. 

Ballard, Richard, vol. 217, f. 8. 

Baseley, William, vol. 217, f. 5. 

Bolton, Thomas, vol. 2I7, f. 5. 

Bowes, Jenett, vol. 217, f. 6. 

Bolton, Robert, vol. 217, f. 12. 

Brakenbury, Anthony, vol. 217, ft. 15, 28. 

Biokeman, Henry, vol. 217, f. 17. 

Bagnall, Ralph, vol. 217, ff. 24, SO. 

Banester, John, vol. 217, ff. 25, 89. 

Banebridge, Cuthbert, vol. 217, f. 29. 

Burnett, WilUam, vol. 217, f . 82. 

Bolton, William, vol. 217, f. 39. 

Bassock, John, vol. 217, f. 50. 

Barney, John, vol. 217, f. 58. 

Blanchard, Gilbert, vol. 217, f. 58. 

Beanes, Roger, vol. 217, f. 61. 

Bennett, Richard, vol. 217, f. 66. 

Busterd, Anthony, vol. 217, f. 67. 

Barowclonghe, William, vol. 217, f. 82. 

Brabyn, William, vol. 217, f. 83. 

Bullock, Robert, vol. 217, f. 84. 

Barwithe, Simon, vol. 217, f. 85. 

Burges, John, vol. 217, f. 96. 

Bagger, Agnes, vol. 217, f. 122. 

Bridges, Thomas, vol. 217, f. 124. 

Bnrche, Roger, vol. 217, f. 125. 



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No. 3.-— Augmentation Office Records— -conftnuedf. 



Harwell, Thomas, vol. 217, f. 126. 
Buttrye, John, vol. 217, f. 130. 
Benson, Richard, vol. 217, f. 184. 
Brase, Phillip, vol. 217, f. 185. 
Briges, John, voL 217, f. 138. 
Benson, Thomas, vol. 217, f. 139. 
Bayley, Thomas, vol. 217, f. 146. 
Bretton, William, vol. 217, f. 147. 
Burnell, John, vol. 217, f. 147. 
Burnell, William, vol. 217, f. 147. 
Bryan, Henry, vol. 217, f. 151. 
Burton, Margaret, vol. 217, f. 161. 
Blanchard, John, vol. 217, f. 163. 
Bamers, William, vol. 217, f. 176. 
Brabazon, Sir William, vol. 217, f. 177. 
Belyngham, Edward, vol. 217, f. 184. 
Beswick, John, vol. 217, f. 184. 
Browne, Anthony, vol. 218, f. 135. 
Bagotte, Je£&ey, vol. 218, f. 149. 
Bon Jour, Lawrence, vol. 218, f. 149. 
Bamerdiston, William, vol. 218, f. 149. 
Bulkeley, Sir Richard, vol. 218, f. 151. 
Bacon, Nicholas, vol. 218, f. 155. 
Bolles, William, vol. 218, ff. 62, 145, 

156. 
Batehurste, John, vol. 218, f. 161. 
Byllott, Robert, vol. 218, f. 173. 
Browne, Sir Anthony, vol. 218, f. 173. 
Beckett, Roger, vol. 218, f. 173. 
Bolles, William, vol. 218, f. 183. 
Belljngeham, Edward, vol. 218, f. 4. 
Barker, Thomas, vol. 218, f. 5. 
Burton, Thomas, vol. 218, f. 7. 
Bryan, Sir Fnincis, vol. 218, ff. 8, 65, 66, 

74, 75. 
Belfeld, Arthur, vol. 218, f. 10. 
Bourcher, Anthooy, vol. 218, ff. 11, 101. 
Bollyng, Edward, vol. 218, f. 17. 
Bumpsted, Robert, vol. 218, f. 23. 
Broughton, Humphrey, vol, 218, f. 30. 
Burcher, John, vol. 218, f. 34. 
Brathwayte, Thomas, vol. 218) f. 42. 
Browne, John, voL 218, f. 47. 
Bellingham, Allen, vol. 218, f. 48. 
Browne, Robert, vol. 218, f. 49. 
Button, William, ? ol. 218, f. 65. 
Broke, Robert, vol. 218, f. 65. 
Buhner, John, vol. 218, f. 66. 
Bassett, John, vol. 218, f. 70. 
Butte, William, vol. 218, f. 92. 
Beauprey, Edward, vol. 218, f. 118. 
Bellow, John, vol. 218, f. 118. 
Bemers, William, toI. 218, ff. 122, 136. 



Batkyn, James, vol. 218, f. 122. 
Bowlande, Humphrey, vol. 218, f. 137. 
Baynon, Richard, vol. 218, f. 143. 
Braunche, Christopher, vol. 218, f. 148. 
Bagott, Simon, vol. 218, f. 148. 
Bonney, Richard, vol. 218, f. 181. 
Bulstred, Francis, vol. 218, f. 74. 
Beamond, John, vol. 219, ff. 1, 17. 
Bate, Roger, vol. 219, f. 3. 
Baude, Ralph, vol. 219, f. 5. 
Blancher, William, vol. 219, 1. 5. 
Belfeld, Ralph, vol. 219, f. 18. 
Bridges, Sir John, vol. 219, f. 19. 
Rowland, John, vol. 219, f. 23. 
Browne, Leonard, vol. 219, f. 28. 
Boye, John, vol. 219, f. 43. 
fievercotes, Anthony, vol. 219, ff. 44, 

124. 
Bagnall, Sir Ralph, vol. 219, f. 48. 
Beane. Christopher, vol. 219, f. 59. 
Bellowe, John, vol. 219, f. 60. 
Browne, Lady Elizabeth, voL 219, f. 60. 
Breton, William, vol. 219, f. 63. 
Barrett, Thomas, vol. 219, f. 63. 
Burr, Thomas, vol. 219, f. 87. 
Balboroughe, Jerom, vol. 219, f. 97. 
Boutell, Edmund, vol. 219, f. 98. 
Blake, Robert, vol. 219, f. 98. 
Burnley, John, vol. 219, vol. 99. 
Broxhobne, John, vol. 219, f. 103. 
Bracebrigg, Simon, vol. 219, f. 103. 
Blunte, Sir George, vol. 219, f. 110. 
Beverley, Robert, vol. 219, f. 113. 
Berham, William, vol, 219, f. 120. 
Ballard, John, vol. 219, f. 126. 
Bayles, Richard, vol. 219, f. 127. 
Bowbank, Christopher, vol. 219, f. 132. 
Bryan, Sir Francis, vol. 219, f. 145. 
Balbroughe, Jerom, vol. 220, f. 5. 
Baynton, Lady Anne Isabel, vol. 220, 

f. 6. 
Brokenbury, Stephen, vol. 220, f. 11. 
Bagnall, Nicholas, vol. 220, f. 22. 
Barkeley, Sir Maurice, vol. 220, f. 26, 

104. 
Boyer, Robert, vol. 220, f. 41. 
Barby, William, vol. 220, f . 49. 
Bradshawe, Stephen, vol. 220, f . 60. 
Blaknall, William, vol. 220, f . 62. 
Berd, Thomas, vol. 220, f. 67. 
Beyn, Christopher, vol. 220, f. 81. 
Brakenbury, Anthony, vol. 220, f. 87. 
Bell, Waiiam, vol. 220, f. 88. 



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Birkensliawe, Oliver, vol. 220, f. 100. 
Bellowe, John, vol. 220, ff. 108, 129. 
Broke, Richard, vol. 220, f. 110. 
Bameidiflton, John, yol. 220, f. 110. 
Barrowe, Hugh, and Margaret his wife, 

vol. 220, f. 117. 
BlLsbarj, William, vol. 220, f. 124. 
Bellingham, Robert, vol. 220, f. 124. 
Bemers, William, vol. 220, f. 184. 
Bothe, Henry, vol. 220, f. 189. 
Bromfeld, John, vol. 220, f. 149. 
Brent, Anne, vol. 220, f. 149. 
Birchenahawe, Robert, vol. 220, f. 156. 
Banowe, William, vol. 220, f. 156. 
Broke, Sir Geoige, Lord Ck>bham, vol. 

220, f. 177. 

Barley, Robert, vol. 220, f. 188. 
Basford, Elizabeth, vol. 220, f. 68. 
Bowee, Robert, vol. 221, ff. 11, 13. 
Bowes, George, vol. 221, ff. 11, 12. 
Browne, Leonard, vol. 221, f. 14. 
Bojs, Thomas, vol. 221, f. 20. 
Booke, Richard, vol. 221, f. 20. 
Bolton, William, vol. 221, f. 48. 
Bocher, Edward, vol. 221, f. 27. 
Broke, John, vol. 221 , f. 46. 
Bawghe, John, vol. 221, f. 49. 
Brakenbnry, William, vol. 221, f. 55. 
Bannester, Francis, vol. 221, f. 70. 
Bridgewater, Katherine, Countess of, vol. 

221, f. 74. 

Borne, Alice, vol. 221, f. 78. 
Blancherd, Gilbert, vol. 221, f. 79. 
Brabson, William, vol. 221, f. 80. 
Blnnte, Richard, vol. 221, f. 81. 
Bulkeley, Sir Richard, vol. 221, f. 82. 
Bond, Thomas, vol. 221, f. 88. 
Butler, Sir John, vol. 221, f. 88. 
Bennett, James, vol. 221, f. 89. 
Bamam, Anne, vol. 221, f. 91. 
Bamam, Robert, vol. 221, f. 91. 
Basset, Sir William, vol. 221, f. 94. 
Beane, George, vol. 221, ff. 61, 138. 
Bonham, John, vol. 221, ff. 101, 108. 
Bridges, Giles, vol. 221, f. 102. 
Bellowe, John, vol. 221, ff. 104, 235. 
Blage, Sir George, vol. 221, ff. 105, 257. 
Blnnte, Sir George, vol. 221, ff. 112, 

272. 
Browne, Richard, vol. 221, f. 118. 
Bayne, Roger, voL 221, f. 121. 
Bidstrete, Frands, vol. 221, f. 127. 
Bate, William, vol. 221, f. 128. 



Brasier, Richard, vol. 221, f. 129. 
Bowland, Walter, vol. 221, f. 130. 
Browne, Thomas, vol. 221, ff. 138, 139, 

186. 
Beast, William, vol. 221, f. 149. 
Bourcher, Anthony, vol. 221, ff. 150, 

314. 
Bassett, John, vol. 221, f. 154. 
Blosse, Thomas, vol. 221, f. 165. 
Benyson, Gilbert, vol. 221, f. 170. 
Brokelsby, Richard, vol. 221, f. 172. 
Brakenburie, Stephen, vol. 221, ff. 178, 

311. 
Bate, Leonard, vol 221, f. 198. 
Bradley, Richard, vol. 221, f. 201. 
Bradbiyge, Thomas, vol. 221, f. 202. 
Blachynden, William, vol. 221, f. 203. 
Bedford, John, Earl of, vol. 221, f. 211. 
Bannester, John, vol. 221, f. 214. 
Babyngton, Thomas, vol. 221, f. 214. 
Braye, John, vol. 221, f. 217. 
Brooke, Henry, vol. 221, f. 110. 
Bekke, William, vol. 221, f. 217. 
Bosevile, Ralph, vol. 221, f. 218. 
Bellamy, Thomas, vol. 221 , f. 223. 
Bruges, Sir John, vol. 221, f. 225. 
Bevercotte, Anthony, vol. 221, f. 281. 
Buckland, Richard, vol. 221, f. 233. 
Bothe, John, vol. 221, f. 284. 
Bentley, Ralph, vol. 221, f. 245. 
Brooke, Sir George, vol. 221, f. 247. 
Brooke, William, vol. 221, f. 247. 
Boye, Christopher, vol. 221, f. 253. 
Buck, WiiHam, vol. 221, ff. 265, 266. 
Barbate, George, vol. 221, f. 270. 
Blake, Thomas, vol. 221, f. 271. 
Barnes, Anne, vol. 221, f. 282. 
Button, William, vol. 221, f. 295. 
Brereton, Erian, vol. 221, f. 296. 
Byron, Sir John, vol. 221, f. 308. 
Benyson, Gerard, vol. 221, f. 808. 
Belton, Thomas, vol. 221, f. 318. 
Belton, Robert, vol. 221, f. 318. 
BilloUe, Philip, vol. 221, ff. 324, 356. 
Brereton, Sir William, vol. 221, f. 330. 
Blunte, Gilbert, vol. 221, f. 337. 
Blnnte, John, vol. 221, f. 837. 
Beck, Matthew, vol. 221, f. 847. 
Browne, Ralph, vol. 221, f. 848. 
Beckham, Wilfiam, vol. 221, f. 880. 
BouTcbier, Richard, vol. 222, f . 3. 
Bethell, Richard, vol. 222, f. 5. 
Blake, Roger, vol. 222, f. 11. 



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Bougham, Bobert, yoI. 222, fP. 20, 198. 
Bromefelde, Hugh, vol. 222, f. 85. 
Badde, Robert, vol. 222, f. 41, 
Brakebroke, George, vol. 222, f. 49. 
Bayne, George, vol. 22S, f. 50. 
Belfelde, Ralph, vol. 222, f. 93. 
Bonrchier, Anthonj, vol. 222, fP. 107, 

311. 
Bardsey, Leonard, vol. 222, f. 115. 
Browne, Thomas, vol. 222, f. 117. 
Barker, John, vol. 222, f. 125. 
Beynbrig, Robert, vol. 222, f. 151. 
Brereton, Vh-ian, vol. 222, f. 158. 
Bridges, William, vol. 222, f. 167. 
Brandon, Sir Charles, vol. 222, f. 172. 
Bysselcy, William, vol. 222, f. 191. 
Bellemayno, John, vol. 222, f. 193. 
Baker alicu Rychardefl, John, vol. 222, 

f. 194. 
Babington, John, vol. 222, f. 207. 
Browne, William, vol. 222, f . 259. 
Biron, Sir John, vol. 222, f . 280. 
Burton, Thomas, vol. 222, f. 283. 
Bylmore, William, vol. 222, f . 284. 
Benet, Robert, vol. 222, f . 290. 
Barton, Thomas, vol. 222, f . 304. 
Billet, Philip, vol. 222, f. 304. 
Bonrchier, William, vol. 222, f. 811. 
Botheway, William, vol. 222, f. 812. 
Babyngton, Thomas, vol. 222, ff. 815, 

825. 
Broke, Sir George, Lord Cobham, vol. 

222, f. 316. 
Bedyngfelde, William, vol. 222, f. 816. 
Bulkeley, Thomas, vol. 222, f. 819. 
Buckleye, Thomas, vol. 222, f. 828. 
Bell, Robert, vol. 222, f. 383. 
Boune, Edward, vol. 222, f . 842. 
Bradshawe, John, vol. 222, f . 858. 
Bower, William, vol. 222, f. 872. 
Brymsted, Nicholas, vol. 228, f. 14. 
Beane, Christopher, vol. 223, f. 18. 
Braye, Lionel, vol. 228, f. 24. 
BoUie, John, vol. 228, ff. 38, 62. 
Buckele, Leonard, vol. 228, f. 41. 
Bird, Christopher, vol. 228, f. 41. 
Broughtell, Edmund, vol. 228, f . 50. 
Bourcher,' William, vol. 228, f. 54. 
BlUett, Philip, vol. 228, ff. 65, 112. 
Browne, Anthony, vol. 228, f. 72. 
Bradshawe, Stephen, and Agnes his wife, 

vol. 228, f. 74. 
BowscaU, Edmtmd, vol. 228, f . 75. 



Brakenbury, Stephen, vol. 228, f . 76. 
Burroll, Christopher, vol. 228, f. 104. 
Buek, George, vol. 228, f. 122. 
Bame, Anthony, vol. 228, f. 124. 
Baker, John, vol. 223, ff. 128, 280. 
Bell, Humphrey, vol. 228, f. 181. 
Byrt, John, vol. 223, f. 132. 
Burton, William, vol. 223, f. 187. 
Byre, William, vol. 223, f. 158. 
Battye, Ralph, vol. 223, f. 159. 
Bumell, William, vol. 228, f. 169. 
Belt, William, vol. 223, f. 179. 
Bougham, Robert, vol. 2S3, f. 184. 
Brakenbniy, William, vol. 223, f. 197. 
Blomevyle, Launcelott, vol. 223, f. 206. 
Brakenbury, Anthony, vol. 228, f. 206. 
IBoughton, Thomas, vol. 228, f. 218. 
Babington, Thomas, vol. 228, ff. 215, 

299. 
Browne, Leonard, vol. 228, f. 216. 
Beste, Launcelott, vol. 223, f. 235. 
Bradforthe, Thomas, vol. 223, f. 236. 
Bordeman, Henry, vol. 223, f. 240. 
Breton, William, vol. 223, f. 248. 
Bossevile, Ralph, vol. 223, f. 244. 
Babington, John, vol. 223, f. 259. 
Bamerd, Edward, vol. 228, f . 259. 
Bame, John, vol. 223, f. 266. 
Blancherd, Gilbert, vol. 223, f. 270. 
Bozley, Thomas, vol. 228, f. 274. 
Brokelsbye, Richard, vol. 223, f. 278. 
Blunt, Thomas, vol. 228, f. 288. 
Beaumont, Edward, vol. 228, f . 288: 
Best, John, vol. 223, f. 294. 
Bagger, Richard, vol. 223, f. 296. 
Bloore, John, vol. 223, f. 311. 
Broke, Richard, vol. 223, f. 818. 
Burgys, Thomas, vol. 223, f. 831. 
Bedell, William, vol. 223, f. 831. 
Bariey, Robert, vol. 223, f . 882. 
Brigham, Ralph, vol. 228, f. 844. 
Burley, William, vol. 228, f. 851. 
Bernard, John, vol. 223, f. 857. 
Beverley, Agnes, vol. 228, f. 859. 
Banester, John, vol. 228, f . 862. 
Barr, Walter, vol. 228, f. 868. 
Bumell, Henry, vol. 223, f. 864. 
Barrowe, John, vol. 228, f. 878. 
Bennett, Robert, vol. 228, f. 880. 
Bassett, John, vol. 228, f. 888. 
Bateherst, Thomas, vol. 223, f. 897. 
Brodbanke, Robert, vol. 228, f . 899. 
Bowden, William, vol. 228, f . 405. 



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Noa 3-— Augmentation Office Records — catUirmadn 

1 Bate, WiUiam, vol. 224, i 223* 
Barkley, Sir Maurice, vol. 224> f . 224. 



Bellowe, John, vol. 228, 1 418. 
Barley, Bob^ vol. 223, f. 424. 
Bedford, John, Earl of, vol. 224, f. 290. 
Barnard, Edward, vol. 224, ff. 30, 283, 

260. 
Backbnry, Edward, toI. 224, f. 37. 
Babington, Michael, roL 224, f. 64. 
BartleA, Richard, vol. 224, f. 65. 
IBretnall, Edmond, vol. 224, f. 151. 
Bossevyle, Ralph, vol. 224, f. 77. 
Bishop, Margaret, vol. 224, f. 82. 
B&ynfis, Laurence, vol. 224, f. 84. 
Bylotte, Philip, vol. 224, f. 86. 
Baxter, John, voL 224, f. 102. 
Ban«, WiUlam, vol. 224, ff. 88, 101. 
Bourne, Anthony, voL 224, f. 181. 
Bowden, William, vol. 224, ff. 96, 137, 

857. 
Bothe, John, vol. 224, f. 96. 
Bell, George, vol. 224, f. 15. 
Brereley, John, vol. 224, f. 184. 
Brereley, Thomas, voL 224, f. 134. 
Browne, " Uxor," vol. 224, f. 134. 
Butler, William, vol. 224, f. 134. 
Blaelie, John, vol. 224, f. 134. 
Bardesey, James, vol. 224, f. 164. 
Burton, Henry, vol. 224, f. 215. 
Bishop, Richard, vol. 224, f. 156. 
Brian, Robert, vol. 224, f. 169. 
Blaunchard, Gilbert, vol. 224, f. 174. 
Barwgh, Thomas, vol. 224, ff. 176, 343. 
Banester, Richard, vol. 224, f. 178. 
Berne, Richard, vol. 224, f. 181. 
Blylce, Richard, vol. 224, f . 185. 
Benson, Richard, vol. 224, f. 119. 
Botheby, Stephen, vol. 224, f. 12L. 
Barton, John, vol. 224, f . 124. 
Boyden, Henry, vol. 224, f . 134. 
Boyse, John, vol. 224, f. 194. 
Bullocke, John, vol. 224, f . 132. 
Biggens, William, vol. 224, f . 381. 
Boddy, John, vol. 224, f . 388. 
Briggis, Mary, vol. 224, f. 218. 
Britten, John, vol. 224, f. 188. 
Boxe, Robert, vol. 224, f. 241. 
Barbor, William^ vol. 224, f . 243. 
Bosevyle, Ralph, vol. 224, f . 253. 
Blynkeame, Robert, vol. 224, f. 267. 
Browne, Sir Anthony, vol. 224, f . 292. 
BoltoUr George, .vol. 224, f . 290. 
Barstand, Robert, vol. 224^ f. 216. 
Baigh, Thomas, vol. 224, f. 848. - 
Bacon, IHcholas, vol. 224, f . 210. 



Beverley, Elizabeth, and Thomas her 

son, vol. 224, f. 231. 
Bellmayne, John, vol. 224, f. 304. 
Brocke, Robert, vol. 224, f. 319. 
Barker, John, vol. 224, L 378. 
Bougham, Robert, vol. 224, f . 363. 
Barelowe, Roger, vol. 224, f. 387. 
Backehouse, James, vol. 224, f . 394. 
Batty, Ralph, vol. 224, f. 203. 
Barley, Robert, vol. 224, f. 246. 
Burwell, John, vol. 224, f. 192. 
Bamabie, William, vol. 224, f. 253. 
Benny, Hugh, vol. 225, t 349. 
Bigland, WiUiam, vol. 224, £. 7. 
Boyse, Thomas, vol. 224^ f . 7. 
Bennet, Robert, vol. 224, f. 488. 
Bawdsone, Allen, vol. 224, f. 489. 
Botte eUitu Peytone, Martin, vol. 224, 

f. 490. 
Burneforde, Henry, vol. 224, f. 501. 
Backehouse, George, vol. 224, f. 507. 
Brackenbury, Stephen, vol. 224, f. 512. 
Brakenbuiy, William, vol. 224, ff. 511, 

512. 
Burton, John, vol. 224, ff. 297, 849. 
Baker, Henry, vol. 224, ff. 614, 516. 
Bracebridge, Simon, vol. 224, f. 516. 
Barghe, Gregory, vol. 224, f. 439. 
Button, William, vol. 224, f. 479. 
Baude, John, vol. 224, f . 484. 
Barnard, Richard, vol. 224, f . 486. 
Butterey, John, voL 224, f * 442. 
Bellat, John, vol. 224^ f . 426. 
Buckebere, Edward, voL 224, f. 67< . . 
Bayly, Nicholas, vol. 224, f . 459. 
Burton, John, vol. 224, f . 14. 
Baynes, Thomas, vol. 225, f. 11. 
Barghe, Thomas, vol. 225, ff. 28, 107. 
Bilmore, William, vol. 225, f . 20. 
Barnard, Nicholas, vol. 225, f . 82. * 
Browne, John, vol. 225, f . 45. 
Bretton, John, vol. 225, f. 50. 
Beckwith, Sir Leonard,- voU 225, f. 61. 
Batty, Ralph, vol. 225, t 64. 
Barker, Wmiam, vol. 225, f . 69. 
Busby, Thomas, vol. 225, f. 74. . 
Bellamy, Roger, vol. 225) £. 77. 
Bahowke, Richard, vol. 225, f. 81. . 
Boxley, Thomas, voU 225^ I. 23. ' 
Bvonghton, Dorothy, vol. 225, f. 85. 
Barghe, Gn^gory, vol. 225, f. 109. : 



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Briogebome, Roger, vol. 225, f. 120. 
Beeke, Richard, rol. 225, f. 125. 
Barker, William, vol. 225, f. 145. 
Blnnte, Sir Richaid, vol. 225, f. 146. 
Bowden, William, vol. 225, f. 182. 
Bumeford, Henry, toI. 225, f. 141. 
Babyngtoiii Thomas, vol. 225, f. 152. 
Brakenbury, William, vol. 225, ff. 18, 

188. 
Broke, George, vol. 225, f. 167. 
Beverlej, Robert, vol. 225, f. 169. 
Bernard, Richard, vol. 225, f. 172. 
Barnes, William, vol. 225, f. 178. 
Barle,. Robert, vol. 225, f. 173. 
Bracebridge, Simon, vol. 225, f. 179. 
Belfelde, Ralph, vol. 225, f. 189. 
Bakehouse, Riehard, vol. 225, f. 215. 
Balkelej, Sir Richard, vol. 226, pt. 1, 

f. 8. 
Broke, Sir David, vol. 226, pt. 1, f. 8. 
Briscoo, John, vol. 226, pt. 1, f. 5. 
Barker, William, vol. 226, pt. 1, f. 14. 
Bygott, John, vol. 226, pt. 1, f. 15. 
Batheley, William, vol. 226, pt. 1, f. 21. 
Bartilmewe, John, vol. 226, pt. 1, f. 82. 
Brugh, William, vol. 226, pt. 1, f. SS. 
Ball, Thomas, vol. 226, pt. 1, f. 45. 
Biemhill, John, vol. 226, pt. I, f. 48. 
Baker, John, vol. 226, pt. 1, f. 52. 
Browne, Robert, vol. 226, pt. 1, f. 56. 
Baylye, Hary, vol. 226, pt. 1, f. 63. 
Barton, John, vol. 226, pt. 1, f. 66. 
Baddyson, Robert, vol. 226, pt. 1, f. 67. 
Bowes, Oeoige, vol. 226, pt. 1, f. 67. 
Baldocke, Henry, vol. 226, pt. 1, f. 67. 
. . « ., Robert, vol. 226, pt. 1, f. 68. 
Blake, Thomas, vol. 226, pt. 1, f. 68. 
Barker, Thomas, vol. 226, pt. 1, f. 68. 
Barbon, John, vol. 226, pt. 1, f. 69. 
Betts, John, vol. 226, pt. 1, f. 70. 
Bustard, Thomas, vol. 226, pt. 1, f. 70. 
Bright, William, vol. 226, pt. 1, f. 71. 
Barkeley, Sir Maurice, vol. 226, pt. 1, 

f. 71. 
Bawdwyn, John, vol. 226, pt. 1, f. 71.. 
Bayle, William, vol. 226, pt. 1, f. 71. 
Bradshawe, Thomas, vol. 226, pt. 1, 

f. 72. . 
Bolter, Robert, vol. 226, pt. 1, f. 72. 
Beste, Thomas, vol. 226, pt. 1, f. 72. 
Bould, William, vol. 226, pt. 1, f. 73. 
Browne, Nicholas, vol. 226, pt. 1, f. 78. 
BawnOr Thomas, vol. 226, pt. l,f. 78. 



BaddysoU) Robert, vol. 226, pt. 2, f. 12. 
Baldocke, Henry, vol. 226, pt. 2, f. 19. 
Berchensha, Thomas, vol. 226, pt. 2, 

f. 29. 
Barker, Thomas, vol. 226, pt. 2, f. 82. 
Barbon, John, vol. 226, pt. 2, f. 87. 
Bayly, William, vol. 226, pt. 2, f. 48. 
Bolter, Robert, vol. 226, pt. 2, f. 47. 
Bradshawe, Thomas, vol. 226, pt. 2, f . 57. 
Bolde, William, vol. 226, pt. 2, f. 60. 
Bright, William, vol. 226, pt. 2, f. 66. 
Bowes, George, vol. 226, pt. 2, f. 67. 
Best, Thomas, vol. 226, pt. 2, f. 71. 
Bawne, Thomas, vol. 226, pt. 2, f. 72. 
Browne, Nicholas, vol. 226, pt. 2, f. 78. 
Butlery Francis, vol. 226, pt. 2, f. 76. 
Baynebrigge, Cuthbert, vol. 226, pt. 2, 

f. 76. 
Bowtelidge, Thomas, vol. 226, pt. 2, 

f. 87. 
Bankes, Robert, vol. 227, pt. 1, f. 8. 
Bethell, Hugh, vol. 227, pt. 1, f. 5. 
Becke, Isabel, vol. 227, pt. 1, f. 5. 
Bursey, William, vol. 227, pt. 1, f. 5. 
Barbor, Richard, vol. 227, pr. 1, f. 9. 
Browne, Richard, and Isabel his wife, 

vol. 227, pt. 1, f. 10. 
Browne, John, vol. 227, pt. 1, f. 10. 
Belton, Henry, vol. 227, pt. 1, f. 11. 
Belton, John, vol. 227, pt. 1, f. 11. 
Belton, William, vol. 227, pt. 1, f. II. 
Britten, Nicholas, vol. 227, pt. 1, f. 17. 
Britten, Thomas, vol. 227, pt. 1, f. 17. 
Byers, Robert, vol. 227, pt. 1, f. 18. 
Blunte, Sir Christopher, vol. 227, pt. 1, 

f. 20. 
Baylie, Ralph, vol. 227, pt. 1, f. 28. 
Blakaller, Robert, vol. 227, pt 1, f. 29. 
Briggs, Francis, vol. 227, pt. 1, f. 87. 
Brasse alias Westerdale, Robert, vol. 

227, pt. 1, f. 36. 
Bossall, Anne, vol. 227, pt. 1, f. 39. 
Bartholomewe, John, vol. 227, pt. 1, 

f. 41. . 
Bateson, Robert, vol. 227, pt. 1, f. 41. 
Blagge, Robert, vol. 227, pt. 1, f. 45. 
Brereton, Owen, and Sarah his wife, vol. 

227, pt. I, f. 45. 
Brayfeild, William, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. I. 
Bicke, Charles, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 5. 
Braxe, Brian, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 8. 
Balderbye, John, voL 227, pt 2, f. 10. 
Bollocke, Francis, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 18 



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Bedo, Richard, toI. 227, pt. 2, f. 17. 
Baynes, Jadith, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 19. 
Bellingfaam, Mary, toL 227, pt 2, f . 22. 
Battin, Richard, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 23. 
Blacknall, William, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 28. 
Blackzudl, John, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 23. 
Blacknall, Margery, vol. 227, pt. 2, f . 23. 
Blande, Joan, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 41. 
Bagnall, John, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 41. 
Bagnall, Randall, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 41. 
Bagnall, Thomas, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 41. 
Broxolme, William, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 42. 
Broxolme, Francis, vol. 227, pt; 2, f. 42. 
Broxolme, Agnes, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 42. 
Burton, Richard, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 48. 
Bell, John, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 50. 
Bell, Henry, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 50. 
Bossall, Richard, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 52. 
Blysae, Robert, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 67. 
Blannchard, Abraham, vol. 227, pt. 2, 

f. 58. 
Beverley, William, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 61. 
Barton, Francis, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 70. 
BuBkell, Thomas, and Francis his wife, 

vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 81. 
Butterfeilde, Richard, vol. 227, pt. 2, 

f. 81. 
Bierleye, Anthony, vol. 227, pt. 2, f . 82. 
Browne, Cnthbert, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 83. 
Binglye, Richard, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 86. 
Banister, Henry, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 86. 
Baylie, William, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 86. 
Bilhowe, Anthony, vol. 227, pt. 2, f . 93. 
Bilhowe, John, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 98. 
Bilbowe, Agnes, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 93. 
Browne, John, vol. 227, pt. 2, f . 94. 
Bustard, Hugh, voL 227, pt. 2, f. 95. 
Bullocke, Nicholas, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 99. 
Bankes, Henry, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 104. 
Blande, John, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 105. 
Becke, Francis, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 105. 
Becke, Jane, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 105. 
Brudenell, Thomas, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 

114. 
Brudenell, William, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 

114. 
Brudenell, John, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 114. 
Byrte, WiUiam, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 116. 
Bromeham, Mary, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 116. 
Bardegman, Bri^et, vol. 227, pt. 2, f . 

118. 
Boones, Thomas, vol. 227, pt 2, f. 119. 
Brewster, Thomas, vol. 227, pt 2, f . 120. 



Brewster, Mary, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 120. 
Blades, Matthew, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 124. 
Blarton, John, vol. 227, pt 2, f . 126. 
Banke, Richard, vol. 227, pt. 2. f. 128. 
Bennington, William, senior, vol. 227, 

pt 2, f. 131. 
Bennington, William, junior, vol. 227, 

pt 2, f. 131. 
Bennington, John, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 131. 
Broughton, Margaret, vol. 227, pt. 2, 

f. 132. 
Broughton, Katherine, vol. 227, pt. 2, 

f. 132. 
Baker. Agnes, vol. 227, pt 2, f. 133. 
Bell, Henry, vol. 227, pt 2, f . 148. 
Bamarde, Thomas, and Elizabeth his 

wife, vol. 227, p. 2, f. 149. 
Bamarde, James, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 149. 
Bell, Henry, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 151. 
Burser, Thomas, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 152. 
Browne, John, vol. 228, f. 2. 
Bartrame, Thomas, vol. 228, f. 8. 
Broderibbe, WiUiam, and Sarah his wife, 

vol. 228, f. 10. 
Barrett, Devereux, vol, 228, f. 12. 
Bawmer, Thomas, senior, vol. 228, f. 16. 
Bawmer, Thomas, junior, vol. 228, f. 16. 
Blage, William, and Joyce his wife, vol. 

228, f. 19. 
Blage, Nicholas, vol. 228, f. 19. 
Battle, Ralph, vol. 228, f. 21. 
Biggs, Humphrey, vol. 228, f. 28. 
Bennett, William, vol. 228, f. 23. 
Battyn, Richard, vol. 228, f. 55. 
Bunckley, Thomas, vol. 228, f . 58. 
Burchinshawe, Anne, vol. 228, f. 60. 
Byarde, Leonard, vol. 228, f. 75. 
Byarde, William, vol. 228, f . 75. 
Byarde, Ralph, vol. 228, f . 76. 
Bellhouae, Francis, vol. 228, f. 76. 
Brasae, Samuel, vol. 228, f . 85. 
Bicke, Thomas, and Elirabeth his wife, 

vol. 228, f. 88. 
Bioke, Eleanor, vol. 228, f. 88. 
Bell, Wilfred, vol. 228, ff. 89, 91. 
Bullocke, Thomas, vol. 228, f. 92. 
Budd, Richard, vol. 228, f. 96. 
Blithe, Hugh, vol. 228, f . 100. 
Browne, John, vol. 228., f . 105. 
Bell, Thomas, voL 228, f. 107. 
Brighouae, Martin, voL 228, f. 108. 
Butrye> William, vol. 228, f. 112. 
Bradricke, Anthony, vol. 228, f. 114. 



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Bradricke, Robert, vol. 226, f. 114. 
Bjrde, Christopher, vol. 228, f. 116. 
Byrde, Elizabeth, vol, 228, f. 116. 
Byrde, Rachel, vol. 228, f. 116. 
Birte, John, vol. 228, f. 118. 
Bardell, John, vol. 228, f. 119. 
Baldocke, Walter, and Elizabeth his 

wife, vol. 228, f. 122. 
Baldocke, Mary, vol. 228. f. 122. 
Budd, Richard, vol. 228, f. 128. 
BuUocke alias Bennett, Thomas, vol. 

228, f. 125. 
Borough, William, vol. 228, f. 126. 
Bishoppe, Roger, vol. 228, f. 132. 
Brighonse, Martin, vol. 228, f. 140. 
Blaydes, Francis, vol. 228, f. 140. 
Borfoote, George, vol. 228, ff. 142, 148. 
Bolton, Thomas, vol. 228, f. 148. 
Bate, Elizabeth, vol. 228, f . 147. 
Bate, WUliam, vol. 228, f. 147. 
Bate, John, vol. 228, f. 147. 
Brereton, John, and Margaret his wife, 

vol. 228, f. 152. 
Braidley, John, senior, vol. 228, f. 158. 
Braidley, Richard, vol. 228, f. 158. 
Braidley, John, junior, vol. 228, f. 158. 
Bawke, John, vol. 228, f . 159. 
Beilbie, Thomas, vol. 228, f. 166. 
Burnett, William, vol. 228, f. 167. 
Backhouse, James, vol. 228, f. 168. 
Baylie, William, and Frances his wife, 

vol. 228, f. 182. 
Baylie, Thomas, vol. 228, f. 182. 
Blodwell, Richard, vol. 228, f. 185. 
Bell, William, and Mary his wife, vol. 

228, f. 188. 
Bell, Robert, vol. 228, f. 188. 
Baltroppe, Richard, vol. 228, f. 189. 
Browne, John, vol. 228, f. 189. 
Brasse, WiUiam, vol. 228, f. 190. 
BeU, William, vol. 228, f. 191. 
Beale, Matthew, vol. 228, f. 198. 
Baddison, John, vol. 228, f . 193. 
Beckfield, William, vol. 228, f. 194. 
Beckfield, Janet, vol. 228, f. 194. 
Beckfield, John, vol. 228, f. 194. 
Boyce, Michael, vol. 228, f. 202. 
Bate, Thomas, vol. 228, f. 2a3. 
Brooke, Robert, vol. 228, f . 207. 
Beamounte, Sir Henry, vol. 229, f . 4. 
Bromley, William, vol. 229, t 6. 
Bargeman, Roger, vol. 229, f. 18. 
Bargeman, John, vol. 229, f. 18. 



Blanchard, Robert, vol. 229, f. 15. 
Basil], Simon, and Elizabeth his wife, 

vol. 229, f. 18. 
Botcher, Francis, vol. 229, f. 23. 
Browne, WiUiam, vol. 229, f. 35. 
Bilbye, Thomas, vol. 229, f. 43. 
Blanchard, Nicholas, vol. 229, f. 43. 
Blanchard, Mai^ery, vol. 229, f. 43. 
Baxter, Thomas, vol. 229, f. 49. 
Ball, William, vol. 229, f . 52. 
Brasse, William, vol. 229, f. 58. 
Ballard, Gregory, vol. 229, f. 57. 
Baker, Gregory, vol. 229, f. 58. 
Beete, Thomas, vol. 229, f. 60. 
Blythman, William, vol. 232, pt. 1, f. 3. 
Bekwith, Leonard, vol. 232, p. 1, f. 5. 
Bolles, William, vol. 232, pt. 1, f. 5. 
Banaster, John, vol. 232, pt. 1, f. & 
Bemers, Wilham, vol. 232, pt. 1, f. 8. 
Burgoyn, Robert, vol. 232, pt. 1, f. 9. 
Burghe, Thomas, Lord, vol. 232, pt. 1, 

f. 15. 
Bolton, Thomas, vol. 282, pt. 1, f. 17. 
Browne, Anne, vol. 282, pt. 1, f. 18. 
Brangwen, Richard, vol. 232, pt. 1, f. 20. 
Bonde, Edmund, vol. 232, pt. 1, f. 20. 
Bonar, John, vol. 232, pt. 1, f. 21. 
Breknok, Lewis, vol. 232, pt. 1, f. 21. 
Bryan, Henry, vol. 232, pt. 1, f. 22. 
Bampton, Robert, vol. 232, pt. I, f. 80. 
Bolton, Chistopher, vol. 232, pt. 1, f. 30. 
Blome, William, vol. 232, pt. 1, f. 81. 
Bristowe, John, vol. 282, pt. 1, f. 82. 
Baldwyn, John, vol. 232, pt. 1, f. SB. 
Baxter, John, vol. 282, pt. 1, f. 38. 
Byekeley, Joyce, vol. 282, pt. 1, f. 86. 
Barwyke, John, vol. 232, pt. 1, f. 86. 
Blakytte, John, vol. 282, pt. 1, f. 87. 
Browne, William, vol. 232, pt. 1, f. 40. 
Burghill, Joan, vol. 232, pt. 1, f. 42. 
Burre, Robert, vol. 232, pt. 1, f. 43. 
Bemey, John, vol. 232, pt. 1, f..47. 
Bull, Eatherine, vol. 232, pt. 1, f. 48. 
Bullman, Thomas, vol. 232, pt. 1, f. 48. 
Bassyngbome, Henry, vol. 232, pt. 1, 

f. 48. 
Barrett, Thomas, vol. 232, pt. 1, f. 61. 
Baynbrygge, Maty, vol. 232, pt. 1, f. 52. 
Bathowe, John, vol. 232,^ pt. 1, f . 52. 
Bursbye, Elizabeth, vol. 232, pt. 1, f. 52. 
Bretten, Richard, vol. 282, pt. 1, f . 58. 
Brysleye, Richard, vol. 282, pt. 1, f . 54. 
Botehull, Robert, yoL 232, pt. 1, f . 5d. 



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Bradewall, Thomas, vol. 232, pt. 1, f. 56. 
Banfaam, Elizabeth, vol. 232, pt. 1, 

f.56. 
Buttre, Elea, vol. 232, pt. 1, f. 57. 
Basse, William, toI. 232, pt. 1, f. 58. 
Browne, Sir Anthony, vol. 232, pt. I, 

f. 58. 
Browne, Bichard, vol. 232, pt. 1, f. 59. 
Birkenhead, Thomas, vol. 232, pt. 2, f. 2. 
Berj, Eobert, vol. 232, pt. 2, f. 7. 
Bnckland, William, voL 282, pt. 2, f. 8. 
Berall, Bichard, vol. 282, pt. 2, f . 8. 
Bekeiy, George, voL 282, pt 2, f. 9. 
Bedford, Thomas, vol. 232, pt. 2, f. 12. 
Byggilworde, Hiomas, vol. 282, pt. 2, 

f. 12. 
Barratt, John, vol. 282, pt. 2, f. 12. 
Baldocke, Thomas, vol. 232, pt. 2, f. 13. 
Beawdley, William, vol. 232, pt. 2, f. 14. 
Barbonr, Thomas, vol. 232, pt. 2, f. 19. 
Bett, John, vol. 232, pt. 2, f. 19. 
Bartylmewe, Walter, vol. 232, pt 2, 

f. 20. 
Baskerley, William, vol. 232, pt. 2, f. 21. 
Burton, Thomas, voL 282, pt 2, f. 21. 
Bakester, Balph, vol. 232, pt 2, f. 28. 
Bager, Biehard, vol. 232, pt 2, f. 23. 
Benese, Biohard, vol. 232, pt 2, f. 80. 
Brokworth, Boger, vol. 232, pt 2, f . 85. 
Barkley, Maurice, vol. 282, pt. 2, f. 86. 
Bnrford, Edmund, vol. 232, pt. 2, f. 86. 
Baiyngton, William, vol. 282, pt 2, 

f. 38. 
Bowman, William, vol. 282, pt 2, f . 42. 
Boradale, Gawin, vol. 232, pt. 2, f. 43. 
Benyng, John, vol. 232, pt 2, f. 45. 
Bede, Thomas, vol. 282, pt. 2, f. 48. 
Butts, John, vol. 232, pt 2, f. 49. 
Broke, Thoimas, vol. 232, pt 2, f. 53. 
Bowlle, John, vol. 232, pt. 2, f. 54. 
Bee, Brian, vol. 232, pt. 2, f . 54. 
Berwik, John, vol. 232, pt. 2, f. 56. 
BenUey, Bichard, vol. 282, pt. 2, f. 62. 
Buckeland, John, vol. 232, pt. 2, f. 62. 
Bentley, Christopher, vol. 282, pt 2, 

f. 64. 
Bowland, Nicholas, vol. 232, pt 2, f . 64. 
Byng, John, vol. 282, pt. 2, f. 65. 
Bnttler, Balph, vol. 232, pt. 2, f. 66. 
Burgys, William, vol. 232, pt. 2, f. 67. 
Breohor, Bobert, vol. 282, pt. 2, f . 68. 
Baynes, John, vol. 232, pt. 2, f . 68. 
Bioden, Jolixi, vol. 282, pt. 2, f . 69» 



Brockden, William, vol. 232, pt 2, f. 71. 
Bankes, Bobert, vol. 233, f . 4. 
Browne, Thomas, vol. 233, f. 5. 
Bonde, Michael, vol. 283, f. 6. 
Baxter, Thomas, voL 233, f . 10. 
Badger, Bichard, vol. 233, f . 1 1. 
Broude, Simon, vol. 233, f. 16. 
Beche, William, vol. 233, f. 18. 
Bond, William, vol. 233, f. 21. 
Brykylbank, John, vol. 233, f. 21. 
Bucknall, John, vol. 233, f . 22. 
Bourcher, John, vol. 233, f. 23. 
Buxum, John, vol. 233, f . 23. 
Bosworth, John, vol. 233, f . 24. 
Bylyibye, William, vol. 238, f. 26. 
Barker, Joan, vol. 233, f . 28. 
Bawdrye, Joan, vol. 233) f. 29. 
Boswell, Margaret, vol. 233, f . 30. 
Beche, Alice, vol. 233, f. 30. 
Bennet, Anne, vol. 233, f. 38. 
Beckwith, Christopher, vol. 233, f . 42. 
Bebbe, John, vol. 233, f. 47. 
Bagshawe, Thomas, vol. 238, f . 47* 
Bankes, John, vol. 233, f . 48. 
Batman, John, vol. 233, f. 49. 
Braunceton, Thomas, vol. 233^ f. 53. 
Burton, Margaret, vol. 233, f. 55» 
Butler, Heniy, vol. 233, f . 60. 
BaU, Edward, vol. 233, f. 61. 
Badcok, You, vol. 233, f. 61. 
Browne, William, vol. 233, f. 63. 
Benson, Thomas, vol. 283, f. 63. 
Baminghill, Thomas, vol. 238, f . 64. 
Baker, Thomas, vol. 233, f . 64. 
Bardeyn, John, vol. 233, f. 65. 
Broke, William, vol. 233, f. 65. 
Burgon, Bartholomew, vol. 238, f . 65. 
Bell, Thomas, vol. 233, f. 66. 
Bulleyn, John, vol. 233, f. 66. 
Batemanson, Oliver, vol. 233, f . 66. 
Bawden, Thomas, vol. 283, f . 68. 
Banyon, John, vol. 283, f . 68. 
Benyon, Bichard, vol. 233,. f. 69. 
Bent, Balph, vol. 238, f. 69. 
Bucke, Lettice, vol. 233, f. 70. 
Bageley, Bobert, vol. 233, f . 73. 
Bennett, Henry, vol. 238, f . 73. 
Barneys, Bandolph, vol. 238, f. 73. 
Boultoun, Edmund* vol. 233> f . 74. 
Bykerton, John, vol. 238, f. 75. 
Baron, George, vol. 238, f. 78. 
Broune, William, vol. 233, f. 79. 
Beemoii, Thomas, vol. 238, f. 80* . 



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fiankes, Richard, rol. 233, f . 80. 
Basforde, John, vol. 233, f. 87. 
Ball, Thomas, vol. 233, f. 88. 
Benett, John, vol. 233, f. 89. 
Bokler, Rohert, vol. 233, f . 89. 
Burton, Robert, vol. 233, f . 90. 
Baggs, William, vol. 233, f. 91. 
Berde, Joan, vol. 233, f . 93. 
Bowarde, Alice, vol. 233,"f. 93. 
Bakery Eatherine, vol. 233, f. 98. 
Barwell, Joan, vol. 238, f. 100. 
Beche, Alice, vol. 233, f. 104. 
Baggghawe, Felix, voL 233, f. 104. 
Barwyke, Simon, vol. 233, f. 108. 
Bnrnyfiton, Richard, vol. 233, f. 111. 
Blunte, Eleanor, vol. 233, f. 114. 
Burton, Benedicta, vol. 233, f. 115. 
Bede, Thomas, vol. 233, f. 116. 
Browne, John, vol. 233, f. 117. 
Barnacle, Richard, vol. 233, f. 118. 
Brenjth, Nicholas, vol. 233, f. 120. 
Bull alias Brystowe, Alexander, vol. 233, 

f. 121. 
Bygg alias Lyncombe, Richard, vol. 233, 

f. 122. 
Browne alias Adelston, John, vol. 233, 

f. 128. 
Bewchyu, William, vol. 233, f. 124. 
Browne, William, vol. 233, f. 124. 
Barwyke, William, vol. 233, f. 125. 
Bolton, Thomas, vol. 233, f. 125. 
Bretton, William, vol. 233, f. 126. 
Bryssett, William, vol. 233, f. 127. 
Bate, Joan, vol. 283, f. 131. 
Brakley alias Maiowe, Richard, vol. 233, 

f. 132. 
Bradley alias Eelyng, John, vol. 233, 

f. 133. 
Bretton, Richard, vol. 233, f. 134. 
Bygges, Thomas, vol. 233, f. 134. 
Boyes, John, vol. 233, f. 135. 
Bylsby, Grace, vol. 233, 136. 
Bollande^ Robert, vol. 233, f. 139. 
Benette, Thomas, vol. 233, f. 139. 
Bell, Robert, vol. 233, f. 145. 
Busshye, Nicholas, vol. 233, f. 150. 
Bridges, Anne, vol. 233, f. 151. 
Benet, Ellen, vol. 233, f. 151. 
Baynton, Elizabeth, vol. 233, f. 152. 
Bygnore, Agnes, vol. 233, f. 152. 
Basdall, Eleanor, vol. 233, f. 153. 
Bodye, Margaret, vol. 233, f. 155. 
Baniarde, Dorothy, vol. 233, f . 1 56. 



Braye, John, vol. 233, f. 156. 
Bate, Robert, vol. 233, f. 156. 
Braddocke, Richard, vol. 233, f. 157. 
Burdeux, Robert, vol. 233, f. 161. 
Bolton, John, vol. 233, f. 160. 
Best, Thomas, vol. 233, f. 162. 
Boothe, Alexander, vol. 233, f. 164. 
Bedall, Thomas, vol. 234, f. 164. 
Barnsley, George, vol. 233, f. 164. 
Bethon, Edward, vol. 233, f. 166. 
Benthame, Leonard, vol. 233, f. 167. 
Burton, Oliver, vol. 233, f. 169. 
Bageley, Thomas, vol. 238, f. 170. 
Berker, Robert, vol. 233, f. 171. 
Bacster, William, vol 233, f. 172. 
Beynton, Robert, vol. 233, f. 174. 
Blondell, William, vol. 233, f. 176. 
Brodehurste, George, vol. 233, f. 177. 
Buk, William, vol. 233, £. 179. 
Byllesbye, Richard, vol. 233, f. 181. 
Bowghan, Eatherine, vol. 233, f. 184. 
Barrowe, Dorothy, vol. 233, f. 184. 
Barton, Peter, vol. 233, f. 185. 
Buttall, Otto, vol. 233, f. 186. 
Barrowe, William, vol. 233, f. 187. 
BrampstOR, John, vol. 233, f. 188. 
Bownde, Valentine, vol. 233, f. 188. 
BaU, William, vol. 233, f. 189. 
Barbar, Richard, vol. 233, f. 191. 
Bochard, John, vol. 233, f. 192. 
Bolde, Robert, vol 233, f. 193. 
Bryaudc, Robert, vol. 238, f. 198. 
Benett, John, vol. 233, f. 203. 
Bukfaste, Nicholas, 233, f . 208. 
Bruer, Edward, vol. 233, f. 205. 
Baker, Thomas, vol. 233, f. 207. 
Button, Thomas, vol. 233, f. 209. 
Busshe, Paul, vol. 233, f. 209. 
Bryther, Elizabeth, vol. 233, f. 210. 
Ball, Amice, vol. 233, f. 212. 
Brent, Avice, vol. 233, f. 212. 
Baker, Alice, vol. 238, f. 213. 
Benbury, Joan, vol. 233, f. 214. 
Burdeauxe, Juliana, vol. 233, f. 215. 
Butsett, Margaret, vol. 233, f. 215. 
Bodenham, Anne, vol. 233, f. 217. 
Bonde, Alice, vol. 233, f. 217. 
Babyngton, Elizabeth, voL 283, f. 218. 
Bysse, Alice, vol. 233, f. 219. 
Bagwell, Henry, voL 233, f . 224. 
Brydgeman, Thomas, vol. 233, f.*224. 
Bradforde, Thomas, voL 233, f. 225. 
Blandeforde, John, vol. 283, f. 226. 



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Bonor, William, vol. 233, f. 226. 
Boroaghe, Margaret, vol. 233, f. 229. 
Baker, Elizabeth, vol. 233, f. 229. 
Bodenham, Cecilia, vol. 233, f. 231. 
Brabson, Aliee, vol. 233, f. 232. 
Brabonde, Katherine, vol. 233, £. 232. 
Brabonde, Alice, vol. 233, 1 288. 
Burbage, Mary, vol. 288, f. 234. 
Bonehame, Joan, vol. 233, f. 235. 
Bogje, Richard, vol. 233. f. 235. 
Bushope, Richard, vol. 233, f. 236. 
BackweU, Hugh, vol. 233, f. 237. 
Barges, William, vol. 283, f. 238. 
Bnrforde, William, vol. 283, f. 243. 
Bowman, Henry, vol. 233, f. 243. 
Bachecrofte, John, vol. 233, f. 243. 
Balande, Nicholas, vol. 233, f. 244. 
Bytt, Hugh, vol. 233, f. 250. 
Bere, Nightingus, vol. 233, f. 259. 
Bedforde, John, vol. 233, f. 268. 
Barker, William, vol. 233, f. 269. 
Browne, William, vol. 233, f. 270. 
Barker, Thomas, vol. 283, f. 270. 
Barwyche, James, vol. 233, f. 271. 
Beram, Nicholas, vol. 233, f. 276. 
Biynsmede, William, vol. 233, f. 278. 
Baylye, William, vol. 283, f. 279. 
Bonde, Alice, vol. 283, f. 281. 
Bowyer, Joan, vol. 238, f. 282. 
Bratton, Agnes, vol. 283, f . 283. 
Bowser, Katherine, vol. 283, f. 284. 
Babyngton, Joan, vol. 233, f. 286. 
Bargtaple, John, vol. 233, f. 289. 
Basshope, John, vol. 238, f. 290. 
Benette, Elizabeth, vol. 238, f. 294. 
Blacket, John, vol. 233, f . 295. 
Baylton, Richard, vol. 233, f. 296. 
Bekefeld, William, vol. 233, f. 297. 
Blyton, Roland, vol. 283, f. 298. 
Blyth alias Starbni^b, Richard, vol. 233, 

f. 299. 
Brodeley, William, vol. 233, f. 299. 
Baker, John, vol. 233, f. 302. 
Brydgewater alias Stone, John, vol. 233, 

f. 805. 
Balner, Joan, vol. 233, f. 810. 
Bragge, Mary, vol. 238, f. 313. 
Broderyge, John, vol. 233, f . 322. 
Bonway, Joan, vol. 288, f. 326. 
Byllingisley, Richard, vol. 238, f. 327. 
Birmyngham, Elizabeth, vol. 283, f . 329. 
Bythyke, WUliam, vol. 288, f. 829. 
Bolton, William, vol. 283, f. 881. 

o 62026. 



Bolney, Ralph, vol. 233, f. 331. 
Browne, William, vol. 233, f. 332. 
Brakenbury, Stephen, vol. 233, ff. 332, 

383. 
Boneham, John, vol. 233, f. 337. 
Bolton, William, and Joan his wife, vol. 

233, f . 338. 
Bower, Richard, vol. 233, f. 340. 
Byrde, Thomas, vol. 283, f. 841. 
Burgh, Elizabeth, vol. 234, f . 2. 
Bromleigh, John, vol. 234, f. 5. 
Ball, Henry, vol. 284, f. 5. 
Benth^m, Mary, vol. 234, f. 11. 
Bowson, Anne, vol. 234, f. 12. 
Bostocke, Ellen, vol. 234, f. 13. 
Blower, Mary, vol. 234, f. 14. 
Bolney, Agnes, vol. 284, f. 16. 
Bryoe, John, vol. 234, f. 19. 
Baxter, John, vol. 234, f. 20. 
Browne, Richard, vol. 234, f. 20. 
Bore, Walter, vol. 234, f. 21. 
Barthilmewe, William, vol. 234, f. 22. 
Bodman, John, vol. 234, f . 22. 
Benett, John, vol. 234, f. 25. 
Basill alias Greit, John, vol. 234, f. 26. 
Belton, William, vol. 234, f. 27. 
Berdwell alieu Saffere, Simon, vol. 234, 

f. 30. 
Burye alias Fenyng, Edmund, vol. 234, 

f. 31. 
Bury aUas Howes, John, vol. 234, f. S3. 
Bradfelde alias Wright, John, vol. 234, 

f. 34. 
Barton alias Harryson, John, vol. 234, 

f. 36. 
Bruane, Joan, vol. 234, f. 42. 
Buck, Dorothy, vol. 234, f. 42. 
Bate, Joan, vol. 234, f. 47. 
Bar>'ngton, Mary, vol. 234, f. 48. 
Berdemore, Elizabeth, vol. 234, f. 49. 
Banyster, Elizabeth, vol. 234, f. 50. 
Beste, John, vol. 234, f. 53. 
Byrde, Richard, vol. 234, f. 56. 
Borowe, Anne, vol. 234, f. 57. 
Burgoyn, Thomasina, vol. 234, f. 59. 
Blake, John, vol. 234, f. 60. 
Bredon, John, vol. 284, f. 61. 
Batheley, William, vol. 234, f. 61. 
Boreman, Richard, vol. 234, f. 63. 
Bury, Ralph, vol. 284, f. 65. 
Bury, Robert, vol. 234, f. 67. 
Bestney, Henry, vol. 284, f. 67. 
Brightwyse, John, vol. 284, f . 68. 

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Bajly, Stephen, vol. 234, f. 68. 
Bartylmewe, Thomas, vol. 234, f . 69. 
Benett, Richard, vol. 234, f. 70. 
Bynham, Thomas, vol. 234, f. 71. 
Bever, Richard, vol. 234, f. 72. 
Berlee, Dorothy, vol. 284, f. 78. 
Ballard, Margery, vol. 234, f. 74. 
Badcok, Eliacabeth, vol. 234, f. 76. 
Buknam, Agnes, vol. 234, f. 77. 
Bramston, Margaret, vol. 234, f . 77. 
Banhrik, Elizabeth, vol. 284, f. 78. 
Boyvyll, Elizabeth, vol. 234, f. 80. 
Boivyll, Alice, vol. 234, f. 81. 
Blakwall, Alice, vol. 234, f. 82. 
BoUes, Alice, vol. 234, f. 84. 
Bettnesse, Margaret, vol. 234, f. 90. 
Barlowe, William, vol. 234, f. 94. 
Brokysbanke, William, vol. 234, f. 98. 
Batte, Richard, vol. 234, f. 101. 
Browne, John, vol. 234, f. 103. 
Browne, Henry, vol. 234, f. 103. 
Brampton, Agnes, vol. 234, f. 107, 
Baldwyne, Alice, vol. 234, f. 107. 
Benefilde, Anne, vol. 234, f. 107. 
Browne, Margaret, vol. 284, f. 107. 
Bamynghame, Joan, vol. 234, f. 111. 
Belgrave, Bridget, vol. 234, f. 118. 

Bougchier, Margaret, vol. 234, f. 114. 

Breerton, Katherine, vol. 234, f. 115. 
Betenham, Alice, vol. 234, f. 121. 

Betteman, Dorothy, vol. 234, f. 122. 

Bartelet, John, vol. 234, f. 128. 

Browne, Richard, vol. 284, f. 128. 

Byssetur, Stephen, vol. 234, f. 130. 

Blande, Alan, vol. 234, f. 131. 

Bradley, Thomas, vol. 284, f. 135. 

Benette, Edward, vol. 234, f. 137. 

Barkeley, Humphrey, vol. 234, f. 138. 

Bow, Thomas, vol. 234, f. 142. 

Baily, William, vol. 284, f. 143. 

Barton, William, vol. 234, f. 148. 

Barrette, Robert, vol. 234, f. 144. 

Bennett, William, vol. 234, f. 146. 

Bardeney, Laurence, vol. 234, p. 149. 

Bawdwyn alias Bannett, Stephen, vol. 
234, f. 150. 

Baker, Thomas, vol. 234, f. 150. 

Brigeman alias Bnrwell, John, vol. 234, 
f. 158. 

Blossome, William, vol. 284, f. 156. 

Bradley, William, vol. 284, f. 156. 

Boidon, Richard, vol. 284, f. 159. 

Banister, Richard, vol. 284, f. 159. 



Beverey, Robert, vol. 284, f. 160. 
Benett, Reginald, vol. 234, f. 160. 
Bukkley, Anne, vol. 234, f. 167. 
Beynbrigge, Margaret, vol. 234, f. 168. 
Beche, Margaret, vol. 234, f. 168. 
Bume, John, vol. 234, f. 170. 
Brewster, Eustace, vol. 234, f. 171. 
Beakester alias Northampton, John, 

vol. 234, f. 172. 
Buntyng, John, vol. 234, f. 172. 
Bristowe alias Dere, William, vol. 284, 

f. 175. 
Bume alias Rider, Robert, vol. 284, 

f. 175. 
Browne alias Peterboroughe, John, vol. 

234, f, 176. 
Bemey alias Wilkynson, Edward, vol. 

234, f. 179. 
Birde, Roger, vol. 234, f. 179. 
Beston, John, vol. 234, f. 187. 
Boston, Leonard, vol. 234, f. 190. 
Buck, Roger, vol. 234, f. 194. 
Bayte, Robert, vol. 234, f. 196. 
Boston alias Grene, John, vol. 234, 

f. 198. 
Bardney alias Saratt, William, vol. 234, 

f. 199. 
Bucknall alias Coots, William, vol. 234, 

f. 200. 
Bowgh, William, vol. 234, f. 201. 
Bradwaye, Christopher, vol. 234, f. 205. 
Bamesley, Reginald, vol. 234, f. 206. 
Brokhampton, John, vol. 284, f. 208. 
Branesgrove, John, vol. 234, f. 210. 
Brystowe, Thomas, vol. 234, f. 211. 
Bachecroft, Agnes, vol. 234, f. 213. 
Bury, John, vol. 234, f. 223. 
Braby alias Over, Thomas, vol. 234, 

f. 225. 
Belamy, Joan, vol. 234, f. 226. 
Bedford, Richard, vol. 234, f. 228. 
Byrcheley, Roger, vol. 234, f. 229. 
Broke, William, vol. 234, f. 229. 
Blake, John, vol. 234, f. 230. 
BoUey, Richard, vol. 234, f . 232. 
Brode, Philip, vol. 234, f. 235. 
Berowe, John, vol. 284, f. 239. 
Batnall, Roger, vol. 234, f. 240. 
Brystowe, Philip, vol. 284, f. 242. 
Brystowe, William, vol. 284, f . 244. 
Bysley, WiUiam, vol. 284, f. 245. 
Baggot, Richard, vol. 284, f. 247, 
Bell, John, vol. 284, f. 247. 



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Baker, Robert, vol. 234, f. 251. 
Bajlie, John, vol. 234, f. 253. 
Benge, William, vol. 234, f. 254. 
Ball, Thomas, vol. 234, 1 255. 
Bradbome, Francis, vol. 234, f . 260. 
Brabyner, Thomas, vol. 234, f. 262. 
Barker, Henry, vol. 234, f. 264. 
Baxter, Bobert, vol. 234, f. 266. 
Bekwith, Agnes, vol. 234, f. 268. 
Bromeley, Barbara, vol. 234, f. 268. 
Baxster, Joan, vol. 234, f. 270. 
Broderigg, Joan, vol. 234, f. 271. 
Browne, Thomas, vol. 234, f. 273. 
Baxter, Thomjas, vol. 234, f. 274. 
Barker, WUliam, vol. 234, f. 276. 
Bromesgreve, John, fol. 234, f. 278. 
Burgh, Cristiana, voL 234, f. 278. 
Baute, Isabel, vol. 234, f. 279. 
Bowman, Joan, vol. 234, f. 280. 
Bradley, Marmaduke, voL 234, f. 283. 
Benne, Laurence, vol. 234, f. 283. 
Brodebelte, Robert, vol. 234, f. 284. 
Byrtlestone, Gawin, vol. 234, f. 285. 
Browne, Thomas, vol. 234, f. 288. 
Bayneley, Henry, vol. 234, f. 291. 
Bawdekyn, William, vol. 234, f . 292. 
Browne, John, vol. 234, f. 293. 
Balyff, Cuthbert, vol. 234, f. 296. 
BIyth, John, vol. 234, f. 297. 
Borowe, Elizabeth, vol. 234, f. 306. 
Bumeholme, Elizabeth, vol. 234, f. 

307. 
Bacon, Robert, vol. 234, f. 315. 
Berwycke, Richard, vol. 234, f. 323. 
Beswykk, Nicholas, vol. 234, f. 324. 
Birkehedde, John, vol. 234, f. 325. 
Baason, John, vol. SS4, f. 327. 
Bukeley, James, vol. 234, f. 330. 
Berker, Thomas, vol. 234, f. 331. 
Baynes, Thomas, vol. 234, f. 831. 
Brysewode, Thomas, vol. 284, f. 331. 
Beckwithe, Bobert, vol. 234, f. 333. 
Bnlstred, Richard, vol. 234, f. 335. 
Bayly, John, vol. 234, f. 336. 
Brystowe, Thomas, vol. 234, f. 839. 
Belye, Alexander, vol. 234, f. 842. 
Bemerdys, Thomas, vol. 234, f . 343. 
Battell, Martha, vol. 234, f. 845, 
Banke, Mfjury, vol. 234, f . 347. 
BaxtOD,,Joaii, vol. 234, t 349. 
Bayne, Agnes, vol. 234, f. 349. 
Bradrigge, Agnes, vol. 234, f. 353. 
Btttterfelde, Agnes, vol. 234, f. 853. 



Barton, Agnes, vol. 234, f. 355. 
Broune, Margery, vol. 234, f. 355. 
Buttry, Emma, vol. 234, f. 360. 
Barthwayt, Joan, vol. 234, f. 362. 
Butler, Richard, vol. 234, f. 365. 
Barrowe, John, vol. 234, f. 368. 
Butler, Thomas, vol. 234, f. 369. . 
Broughton, Richard, vol. 234, f. 369. 
Birkebek, John, vol. 234, f. 374. 
Burton, Michell, vol. 234, f. 376. 
Bramhame, William, vol. 234, f. 377. 
Burley, Christopher, vol. 234, t 379. 
Beste, Christopher, vol. 234, f. 380- 
Bracebrigge, Robert, vol. 234, f . 882. 
Bambye, Margaret, vol. 234, f . 384. - 
Bonnes, Agnes, vol. 234, f. 385. 
Bilbie, Joan, vol. 234, f. 390. 
Bukley, Eatherine, vol. 234, f. 391. 
Brotherett, Margaret, vol. 234, f. 392. 
Barbor, Juliana, vol. 234, f. 392. 
Browne, William, vol. 234, f. 397. 
Brewett, Robert, vol. 234, f. 397. 
Bayne, Ellen, vol. 234, f. 399. 
Bolde, Elizabeth, vol. 234, f. 400. 
Bee, William, vol. 234, f. 402. 
Bawnes, Robert, vol. 234, f. 410. 
Bolton, Christopher, vol. 234, f. 410. 
Broke, Agnes, vol. 234, f. 414. 
Bennett, Anne, vol. 234, f. 422. 
Baynton, William, vol. 234, f. 424. 
Browne, Richard, vol. 234, f. 424. 
Birde, Laurence, vol. 234, f. 425a. 
Boxley, Robert, vol. 234, f. 427. 
Bonyngton, Richard, vol. 234, f. 428. 
Bell, David, vol. 234, f. 433. 
Barton, Anne, vol. 234, f. 434. 
Bacon, Nicholas, vol. 235, f. 2. 
Browne, Sir Anthony, vol. 235, ff. 5, 

131. 
Byrde, Henry, vol. 235, f. 7. 
Breme, Richard, and Margery his wife, 

vol. 235, f. 7. 
Bryan, Sir Francis, vol. 285, fif. 9, 17, 

57. 
Blakenbale, William, vol. 235, f. 10. 
Barker, Ambrose, vol. 235, f. 15. 
Bryssely, Edward, vol. 285, f. 24. 
Baker, John, vol. 235, ff. 42, 123. 
Bevall, Jerome, vol. 235, f. 56. 
Bevall, Francis, vol. 235> f. 56. 
Bourne, John, vol. 235, ff. 45, 53. 
Butts, Alice, vol. 235, f. 57., 
Blockeley, Thomas, vol. 235, f. 60. 

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Bordesley, William, vol. 235, f. 61. 
Blackwell, John, vol. 235, f. 61. 
Broke, Sir George, toI. 235, f. 64. 
Brisco, Robert, vol. 235, f. 68. 
Barney, John, vol. 235, f. 73. 
Bury, Thomas, vol. 235, f. 73. 
Benson, William, vol. 235, f. 74. 
Brystowe, Nicholas, f. 235, f. 76. 
Budde, Robert, vol. 235, f. 77. 
Brynkley, Peter, vol. 235, f. 77. 
Barkeley, Maurice, vol. 285, f. 92. 
Blaekuall, Mary, vol. 235, f. 95. 
Brydges, John, vol. 235, ff. 115, 133. 
Bouchier, Robert, vol. 235, f. 127. 
Burforde, William, vol. 235, f. 82. 
Boskervylde, Thomas, voL 235, f. 83. 
Busshe, Edward, vol. 235, f. 104. 
Blower, Ralph, vol. 235, f. 122. 
Benson, Richard, vol. 236, f. 1. 
Bryges, Robert, voL 286, f. 53. 
Beysley, Richard, vol. 236, f. 140. 
Boyvile, Hugh, vol. 236, f. 142. 
Brandon, Sir Charles, and Elizabeth his 

wife, vol. 236, f. 151. 
Bolders, Francis, vol. 236, f. 153. 
Brydges, Thomas, vol. 236, f. 159. 
Burton, Thomas, vol. 236, f. 166. 
Bumell, WiUiam, vol. 236, f. 168. 
Bryght, Thomas, vol. 236, f. 170. 
Bagnall, Ralph, vol. 236, ff. 173, 181. 
Bunny, Richard, vol. 236, f. 175. 
Belloo, John, vol. 236, f. 181. 
Bradley, Anthony, vol. 236, f. 182. 
Baddisley, Thomas, vol. 236, f. 187. 
3urnell, John, vol. 236, ff. 77, 191. 
Bowes, Sir Robert, vol. 286, if. 195, 

210. 
'Bevercotes, Anthony, vol. 236, f. 199. 
Bucke, Robert, vol. 236, ff. 130, 201. 
Bond, John, vol. 236, f. 201. 
Bacon, John, vol. 236, f. 209. 
Beamonle, John, vol. 236, f. 210. 
Barbour, John, vol. 236, f. 215. 
Broke, Robert, vol. 236, f. 215. 
Bull, Roger, vol. 236, f. 216. 
Bascombe aliaa Yascombe, Baldwin, vol. 

236, f. 216. 
Bryande, Henry, vol. 236, f. 219. 
Browne, Leonard, vol. 236, f. 221. 
Browne, Edward, vol. 236, f. 222. 
Bocher, Robert, vol. 236, f. 223. 
Brakenbury, Stephen, vol. 286, f. 224. 
]3owier, John, vol. 236, f. £26. 



Brakenbery, Anthony, vol. 236, f. 229. 
Breme, Richard, vol. 236, ff. 40, 231. 
Bolleyn, William, vol. 236, f. 242. 
Benson, Richard, vol. 236, f. 243. 
Brystowe, Nicholas, vol. 236, f. 11. 
Broke, William, vol. 236, f. 13. 
Blage, George, vol. 236, f. 37. 
Bronte, Laurence, vol. 236, f. 37. 
Brian, Sir Francis, vol. 236, f. 53. 
Brandon, Richard, vol. 236, f. 63. 
Browne, William, vol. 236, f. 65. 
Bateson, Giles, vol. 286, f. 72. 
Barker, William, vol. 236, f. 83. 
Barkeley, Sir Maurice, vol. 236, f. 83. 
Becke, Thomas, vol. 236, f. 85. 
Benson, Thomas, vol. 236, f. 91. 
Benson, Richard, vol. 236, f. 91. 
Bawde, John, vol. 236, f. 91. 
Basying, Roger, vol. 236, f. 114. 
Bumsted, Robert, vol. 236, f. 121. 
Bonde, John, vol. 236, f. 129. 
Brameston, Richard, vol. 236, f. 134. 
Blaxton, John, vol. 236, f. 139. 
Berkisdale, Henry, and Agnes his wife, 

vol. 238, f. 2. 
Basyng, Roger, vol. 238, f. 7. 
Baynton, Sir Edward, vol. 238, ff. 21, 

22, 23. 
Bereat, Robert, vol. 238, f. 24. 
Baynton, Sir Edward, vol. 238, f. 27. 
Broke, Henry, vol. 238, f. 35. 
Baskervile, Thomas, vol. 238, f. 65^. 
Baskervile, Walter, vol. 238, f. 65. 
Bulmer, WiUiam, vol. 238, f . 92. 
Bulmer, Sir Ralph, vol. 238, f. 95. 
Bulmer, Sir William, vol. 238, f. 95. 
Bussy, John, chaplain, vol. 238, f. 95. 
Belt, William, vol. 238, f. 95. 
Bulmer, Sir John, vol. 238, f. 96. 
Barnard, William, and Alice his wife, 

vol. 238, f. 98. 
Bellt, William, vol. 238, f. 100. 
Bulmer, Ralph, and Anne his wife, vol. 

238, f. 102. 
Bryggam, William, and Janet his wife, 

vol. 238, f. 107. 
Brygham, Hugh, and Sybil his wife, vol. 

238, f. 109. 
Bulmer, Sir Ralph, vol. 238, f. 114. 
Bulmer, Sir William, junior, vol. 238, 

f. 114. 
Bowes, Robert, vol. 238, f. 114. 
Belt, William, vol. 238, f. 114, 



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Bojnton, Matthe^r, vol. 238, f. 114. 
BenUey, John, vol. 238, f. 114. 
Bigod, Francis, vol. 238, f. 114. 
Balmer, Ralph, clerk, vol. 238, f. 114. 
Buhner, Bohert, vol. 238, f. 117. 
Balmer, Sir Ralph, vol. 238, f. 119. 
Bulmer, Sir William, vol. 238, f. 119. 
Bendlej, Wilham, vol. 239, f. 33. 
Browne, Richard, clerk, vol. 239, f. 34. 
Bulkeley, Charles, vol. 239, f. 41. 
Bnsche, John, vol. 239, f. 42. 
Brownker, Henry, vol. 239, vol. 68, 
Basche, John, vol. 239, f. 59. 
Busche, Panl, vol. 239, f. 52. 
Button, Thomas, vol. 239, f. 63. 
Beynton, Sir Edward, vol. 239, f. 73. 
Beynton, Sir Edward, vol. 289, f. 74. 
Browne, George, vol. 239, f. 74. 
Beynton, Andrew, vol. 239, f. 75. 
Bekingham, Robert, vol. 239, f. 90. 
Browne alias Plomer, Thomas, vol. 239, 

f. 98. 
Brode, John, Agnes his wife and Richard 

their son, vol. 239, f. 103. 
Brace, Robert, vol. 239, ff. 105, 106. 
Beaulieu, the Abbat and Convent of, vol. 

239, f. 123. 

Benger, Richard, vol. 239, f. 132. 
Bulloke, Richard, vol. 239, f. 137. 
Baskerley, William, vol. 239, f. 142. 
Brente, Richard, vol. 240, f. 25. 
Burgoyn, Thomas, vol. 240, f. 37. 
Burgoyn, Robert, vol. 240, f. 37. 
Burgoyn, Bartholomew, vol. 240, f. 37. 
Barton, Martin, vol. 240, f . 49. 
Bobet, John, vol. 240, f . 50. 
Benet, John, vol. 240, f. 59. 
Bamabye, John, vol. 240, f. 63. 
Bamabe, John, vol. 240, f. 102. 
BetheU, Richard, vol. 240, f. 102. 
Bartilmew, William, vol. 240, f. 107. 
Bodman, John, vol. 240, f. 108. 
Bayly, William, Richard, John, and Joan 

his children, vol. 240, f. 123. 
Boston, William, Margaret his wife, and 

Richard his son, vol. 240, f. 147. 
Blount, Sir Thomas, Agnes his wife, and 

Edward his son and Joan his wife, vol. 

240, f. 154. 

Boldey cUias Crome, John, vol. 241, f. 21. 
Banard, Edmund, vol. 241, f. 24. 
Bowyer o/mw Stirley, Richard, and 
Thomasina his wife, vol. 241, f. 37. 



Broke, Thomas, vol. 241, f. 51. 
Bell, William, vol. 241, f. 53. 
Belassys, Richard, vol. 241, f. 56. 
Blakeston, Ralph, vol. 241, f. 58. 
Bennet, Helen relict of Thomas, vol. 241, 

f. 59. 
Blaxston, Joan, and Roger her son, vol. 

241, ff. 59,60. 
Brown, James, vol. 241, f. 66. 
Burton ThomaB, vol. 242, f. 1. 
Blunt, Thomas, vol. 242, f. 7. 
Beryett, Robert, voL 242, f. 54. 
Bartewe, Thomas, vol. 242, f. 73. 
Bachelor, Nicholas, vol. 248, f. 26. 
Barham, Thomas, vol. 243, f. 55. 
Batcheler, Daniel, vol. 243, f. 77. 
Butcher, William, vol. 243, f. 98. 
Blacker, William, vol. 243, f. 140. 
Bostocke, Edward, vol. 243, f. 189. 
Barrowe, Elizabeth, vol. 248, f. 190. 
Benet, Sir John, vol. 243, f. 195. 
Burre, Robert, vol. 244, f. 1. 
Brangwen, Richard, vol. 244, f, 3. 
Bonar, John, vol. 244, f. 3. 
Bauldwyn, John, vol. 244, f. 9. 
Bampton, Robert, vol. 244, f. 1 1. 
Bolton, Thomas, vol. 244, f. 11. 
Bonde, Edmund, vol. 244, f. 17. 
Barrett, Thomas, vol. 244, f. 18. 
Baxter, John, vol. 244, f. 20. 
Blakytte, John, vol. 244, f. 24. 
Browne, Anne, vol. 244, f. 28. 
Bulman, Thomas, vol. 244, f. 32. 
Byckeley, .Joyce, vol. 244, f. 33. 
Bolton, Christopher, vol. 244, f. 36. 
Browne, William, vol. 244, f. 39. 
Barwike, John, vol. 244, f. 43. 
Bulle, Katherine, vol. 244, f. 44. 
Blome, William, vol. 244, f . 46. 
Bassyngborne, Henry, vol. 244, f. 48. 
Bristowe, John, vol. 244, f. 55. 
Burghyll, Joan, vol. 244, f. 56. 
Bryan, Henry, vol. 244, f. 57. 
Brandesbye, John, vol. 247, f. 15. 
Brooke, Robert, vol. 247, f. 24. 
Babthrope, Robert, vol. 247, f. 38. 
Browne, Henry, vol. 247, f. 37. 
Bawghe, Thomas, vol. 247. f. 40. 
Barker, Anthony, vol. 247, f. 41. 
Blessington, William, vol. 247, f. 46. 
Conyngesby, Humphrey, vol. 179, ff. 19» 

24, 79. 
Crose, John, vol. 179, f. 35. 



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Courtney, Robert, vol. 179, f. 55. 
Cordell, Wmiftm, vol. 179, f. 82. 
Chaffjn, Thomas, vol. 179, f. 94. 
Curson, Ralph, vol. 179, f. 133. 
Charter, William, vol. 179, f. 136. 
Came, Arthur, vol. 180, f. 74. 
Clerke, Edmund, vol. 180, f. 98. 
Casson, Richard, vol. 181, f. 1. 
Curwen, William, vol. 181, f. 6. 
Conjers, John, vol. 182, ff. 41, .55. 
Con3rers, John, vol. 182, f. 75. 
Cholmondley, Richard, vol. 209, f . 2. 
Crachaiode, William, vol. 209, f . 4. 
CrumweU, Richard, vol. 209, f. 7. 
Crumwell, Sir Thomas, Lord Cramwell, 

vol. 209, f . 7. 
Crumwell, Richard, vol. S09, f. 7. 
Constable, Sir ^tarmaduke, vol. 209, f. 9. 
Cockett, I^wicifl, vol. 209, if. 13, 70. 
Carev, Sir George, vol. 209, f. 25. 
Cotton, Richard, vol. 209, f . 28. 
Carell, Roger, vol. 209, f. 29. 
Cicell, Richard, vol. 209, f . 43. 
ChurchiU, Giles, vol. 209, flF. 46, 47. 
Chaundler, Thomas, vol. 209, f . 48. 
Cannon, John, vol. 209, f. 48. 
Cheyney, John, vol. 209, f. 75. 
Corbett, John, vol. 209, f . 79. 
Careleton, George, vol. 209, f. 73. 
CrumweU, Richard, vol. 209, f. 82. 
Camaby, Cuthbert, vol. 209, if. 88, 91, 

98. 
Clinton, Edward, Lord, vol. 209, f. 87. 

Curtesse, Thomas, vol. 209, 92. 
Conysby, Edmond, vol. 209, f. 100. 

Cotton, George, vol. 209, f. 105. 

Cliston, Jervis, vol. 209, f. 111. 

Cicell, John, vol. 209, t 118. 

Cockett, Francis, vol. 209, f. 70. 

Churche, Henry, vol. 209, f. 16. 

Camaby, Sir Reginald, vol. 209, f. 14. 

Cooke, Anthony, vol. 209, f. 34. 

Colier, Thomas, vol. 210, f. 1. 

Colier, William, vol. 210, f. 2. 

Coke, Richard, vol. 210, f. 8. 

Corbett, Richard, vol. 210, f. 10. 

Cromwell, Richard, vol. 210, f. 15. 

Carre, Robert, vol. 210, f. 33. 

Cocke, Thomas, vol. 210, f. 86. 

Constable, Sir Marmaduke, vol. 210, 
f. 40. 

Colthurst, Matthew, vol. 210, f. 52. 

Clerk, Richard^ vol 210, f. 53. 



Caundysshe, John, vol. 210, f. 54. 
Camaby, Sir Reginald, vol. 210, f. 54. 
Crymbell, Richard, vol. 210, ff. 55, 80. 
Cheyney, John, vol. 210, f. 57. 
Clesby, Ralph, vol. 210, f. 58. 
Camaby, Riehard, vol. 210, f. 64. 
Chester, Robert, vol. 210, f. 68. 
Colthurst, Matthew, vol. 210, f. 74. 
Coppyn, William, vol. 211, fF. 28, 103. 
Cheyny, Sir Thomas, vol. 211, f. 28. 
Clopton, Edward, vol. 211, f. 81. 
Chetham, Christopher, vol. 211, f. 35. 
Cotton, Gabriel, vol. 211, f. 38. 
Coppoke, Thomas, vol. 211, f. 43. 
Collyns, John, vol. 211, f. 46. 
CokhUl, WiUiam, vol. 211, ff. 51, 119. 
Culpeper, William, vol. 211, f. 53. 
Cave, Francis, vol. 211, f. 58. 
Cutler,mcholas, vol. 211, f. 60. 
Carye, Thomas, vol. 211, f. 71. 
Corson, Richard, vol. 211, f. 103. 
Carter, John, vol. 211, f. 104. 
Cliston, Sir Jervis, vol. 211, f. 66, 104. 
Chyrden, Richard, vol. 211, f. 105. 
Clynton, Edward, Lord, vol. 211, AT. 16 

117. 
Cavendlsshe, William, vol. 211, f. 7. 
Cawerden, Thomas, vol. 211, fP. 11, 12. 
Carleton, George, voL 211, f. 15. 
Carter, John, vol 211, f. 18. 
Chamberleyne, Edward, vol. 211, f. 20. 
Camswell, Michael, vol. 212, f. 2. 
Cokaine, Roger, and Alice his wife, vol. 

212, f. 8. 
Channon, Riehard, vol. 212, f. 10. 
Clopton, Francis, vol. 212, f. 13. 
CrumweU, Sir Thomas, Lord Crumwell, 

vol. 212, fF. 22, 118. 
Coke, Henry, and Lawrence his son, vol. 

212, f. 39. 
Clarke, William, and Christopher his 

son, vol. 212, f. 42. 
Cooke, Richard, vol. 212, f. 53. 
Castlyn, WiUiam, vol. 212, f. 61. 
Curwen, IsabeU, vol. 212, f. 64. 
Cheyne, John, vol. 212, f. 81. 
Cholmeley, Richard, vol. 212, f. 98. 
Carrow, Gawen, vol. 212, f. 100. 
Clifford, George, vol. 212, f. 115. 
Cheyney, Sir Thomas, vol. 212, f. 122. 
Cowper, WiUiam, vol. 212, f. 123. 
Cholmeley, Sir Roger, vol. 212, f. 146. 
Caldecot, William, vol. 212, f. ise. 



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Conquest, Edmund, vol. 212, f. 160. 
Carne, Edward, vol. 212, f. 161. 
Cumberland, Henry, Earl of, vol. 212, 

f. 167. 
Cbampemon, Sir Phillip, vol. 212, f. 175. 
Champemon, John, vol. 212, ff. 176, 191. 
. Craye, John, and John his son, vol. 212, 

f. 181. 
Cliston, Sir Jervis, vol. 212, f. 183. 
Curwen, Sir Thomas, vol. 212, f. 196. 
ColtehuTRt, Matthias, vol. 212, f. 198. 
Corey, John, vol. 213, f. 4. 
Cater, John, vol. 213, f. 5. 
Cotton, George, vol. 218, f. 9. 
Clynton and Saye, Edward Fenes, Lord, 

vol. 213, f. 11. 
Clarkeson, George, vol. 218, f. 18. 
Cli£ford, George, vol. 213, f. 21. 
Cheynoy, Sir Thomas, vol. 213, f. 23. 
Chery, John, vol. 213, f. 83. 
Chard, Thomas, vol. 213, f. 39. 
CoweU, John, vol. 213, ft. 46, 66, 83. 
C/oke, John, vol. 218, f. 71. 
Core, John, vol. 213, f. 84. 
Cheswick, John, vol. 213, f. 91. 
Comewall, Clement, vol. 213, f. 92. 
aerk, Waiiam, vol. 213, f. 104. 
Conyers, ^ George, vol. 213, f. 106. 
Cocke, John, vol. 218, £P. 81, 112. 
Cholmeley, Richard, vol. 218, f. 116. 
Cowper, John, vol. 213, f. 121. 
Carden, Thomas, vol. 214, f. 6. 
Comeford, Hugh, vol. 214, f. 18. 
Cave, Ambrose, vol. 214, f. 18. 
Ce<jiU, Richard, vol. 214, f. 27. 
Clerk, Richard, vol. 214, f. 82. 
Curford, Chad ("Cedda "), vol. 214, f. 47. 
.Coppindale, John, vol. 214, f. 73. 
Chonte, Philip, vol. 214, f. 103. 
Ca^nsweU, Michael, vol. 214, f. 107. 
Clarke, William, vol. 214, f. 110. 
Cholmeley, Sir Roger, vol. 214, f. Ill, 
Cojlens, Walter, vol. 214, f. 116. 
Clynton, Edward, Lord, vol. 214, f. 117. 
Coltehurste, Matthew, vol. 214, f. 127. 
Comewall, Richard, vol. 214, f. 130. 
Coke, Riehard, vol. 214, f. 132. 
Chamberlyne, Leonard, vol. 214, f. 136. 
Cecill, Richard, vol. 214, f. 187. 
Graken^orpe, Christopher, vol. 215, f. 2. 
^Cletheiowe, Henry, vol. 215, f. 7. 
Cowper, Thomas, vol. 215, f. 20. 
.Crapoer, Daniel, vol. 215, f. 25. 



Carre, John, vol. 215, f. 83. 
Cawarden, Thomas, vol. 215, f. 45. 
Carrowe, Peter, vol. 215, f. 47. 
Coppyn, William, vol. 215, f. 48. 
Cavendishe, John, vol. 215, f. 49. . 
Carie, John, vol. 215, f. 50. 
Crawe, James, vol. 215, f. 52. 
Colyn, James, vol. 215, f. 57. 
Cowper, John, vol. 215, f. 61. 
Claiton, Richard, vol. 216, f. 13. 
Curson, William, vol. 216, f. 17. 
Clerk, Christopher, vol. 216, f. 26. 
Crymes, Peter, vol. 216, f. 31. 
Cooke, Tristram, vol. 216, f. 41. 
Covert, Richard, vol. 216, f. 45. 
Carrowe, Sir George, vol.. 216, fL 47, 77. 
Collyns, John, vol. 216, f. 51. 
Cavendishe, William, vol. 2)6, f. 61. 
Cotton, Richard, vol. 216, f. 61. ■ 
Cheyke, William, vol. 216, t 62. 
Castlyn, William, vol. 216, ff. 64, 65. 
Carye, John, vol. 216, f. 78. 
Ceely, Walter, vol. 216, f. 82. 
Crawshawe, Robert, vol. 216, f. 98. 
Copleston, Humphrey, vol. 216, f. 102. 
Coblyns, Thomas, vol. 216, f. 109. . 
Core, John, vol. 216, f. 110. 
Carrell, Roger, vol. 216, f. 112. 
Carse, John, vol. 216, f. 115. 
Cawarden, Thomas, vol. 216, f. 118. 
Cla^'ton alias Glutton, David, voL 216, 

f. 183. 
Cokeson, Matthew, vol. 216, f. 143. 
Coveney, Richard, vol. 216, f. 144. 
Clifton, Richard, vol. 216, f. 151. . 
Cely, George, vol. 216, f. 157. 
Creswall, Allen, vol. 216, f. 159. 
Colteman, John, vol. 216, f. 173. 
Cooke, Edmund, vol. 216, f. 178. 
Gierke, Charles, vol 216, f. 178. 
Comey, John, vol, 217, f. 2. 
Cooke, Edward, vol. 217, f. 3. 
Cartebote, Thomas, vol. 217, ff. 10, 141. 
Curteys, Robert, voL 217, f. 13. 
Chamber, Robert, vol. 217, ff. 29, 107. 
Clulowe, William, vol. 217, f. 49. 
Colles, Humphrey, vol. 217, f. 55. 
Cage, Thomas, vol. 217, f. 57. 
Cotton, Richard, vol. 217, f. 71. 
Gierke, Robert, vol. 217, ff. 71, 108. 
Carlile, Henry, voL 217, f. 73. 
Caundishe, Sir John, vol. 217, f. 75. 
Cheke, Thomas, vol. 217, f. 79. 



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Chippyndale, Thomas, vol. 217, f. 82. 
Colethurst, John, vol. 217, f. 98. 
Crofte, Ralph, vol. 217, f. 111. 
Clifford, George, vol. 217, f. 112. 
Coote, William, vol, 217, f. 122. 
Chester, Robert, vol. 217, f. 123. 
Caiye, John, vol. 217, f. 124. 
Catheme, Thomas, vol. 217, f. 126. 
Calton, Thomas, vol. 217, f. 127. 
Challoner, Thomas, vol- 217, f. 143. 
Clerkson, Robert, vol. 217, f. 168. 
Caroke, William, vol. 217, f. 163. 
Chapman, Richard, vol. 217, f. 165. 
Constable, Robert, vol. 217, f. 172. 
Combe, Richard, vol. 217, f. 178. 
Clerc, William, vol. 217, f. 184. 
Cressy, William, vol. 217, f. 190. 
Cooke, Richard, vol. 218, f. 5. 
Crouche, Robert, vol. 218, f. 6. 
Cole, Anthony, vol. 218, f. 6. 
Cooper, William, vol. 218, f. 18. 
Challoner, John, vol. 218, f. 20. 
Cntler, Nicholas, vol. 218, ff. 20, 51. 
Calibut, William, vol. 218, f. 21. 
Cookson, James, vol. 218, f. 31. 
Cheeke, John, vol. 218, f. 37. 
Corbett, John, vol. 218, f. 41. 
Cnrwen, Henry, vol. 218, if. 45, 47. 
Conghone, Patrick, vol. 218, f. 49. 
Cooper, Richard, vol. 218, f. 51. 
Qerk, Edmund, vol. 218, ff. 55, 167. 
Crocker, John, vol. 218, f. 78. 
Challoner, Thomas, vol. 218, f. 79. 
Cicell, William, vol. 218, f. 99. 
Croke, Thomas, vol. 218, f. 109. 
Creche, William, vol. 218, f. 111. 
Cheyne, Sir Thomas, vol. 218, f. 114. 
Clyfton, Sir Jer\'is, vol. 218, f. 116. 
Carter, Thomas, vol. 218, f. 117. 
OraveAirth, Matthew, vol. 218, f. 141. 
Cotton, John, vol. 218, f. 141. 
Cockes, Richard, vol. 218, ff. 61, 145, 184. 
Core, John, vol. 218, f. 150. 
Chester, Robert, vol. 218, f. 151. 
Cawarden, Sir Thomas, vol. 218, ff. 158, 

159, 179. 
Cocke, John, vol. 218, f. 163. 
Clifton, William, vol. 218, f. 104. 
Collye, John, vol. 218, ff. 62, 176. 
Cliff, William, vol. 218, ff. 160, 186. 
Carden, Alexander, vol. 219, f. 8. 
CaUeway, Robert, vol. 219, f. 7. 
Cavendishe, Sir William, vol. 219, f. 16. 



Cawarden, Sir Thomas, vol. 219, f. 20. 

Carre, Robert, vol. 219, ff. 26, 96. 

ChaUoner, Robert, voL 219, f. 31. 

Cholmeley, Sir Roger, vol. 219, f. 32. 

Carleton, John and Joice his wife, vol. 
219, f. 43. 

Crnmwell, Sir Gregory, Lord, and Eliza- 
beth his wife, vol. 219, f. 46. 

Qeve, Lady Anne, vol. 219, f. 56. 

Corbett, Reginald, vol. 219, f. 63. 

Conyers, Robert, vol. 219, f. 70. 

Cleve, Robert, vol. 219, f. 81. 

Cote, Robert, vol. 219, f. 75. 

Clyve, Robert, vol. 219, f. 81. 

Coppinger, Sir Ralph, vol. 219, f. 83, 

Capper, Richard, vol. 219, f. 84. 

Constable, Thomas, vol. 219, f. 86. 

Constable, William, vol. 219, f. 86. 

Coke, John, vol. 219, f. 95. 

Colteherst, Matthias, vol. 219, f. 101. 

Calveley, Hugh, vol. 219, f. 106. 

Calfyll, Ralph, vol. 219, f. 130. 

CoUey, Richard, vol. 219, f. 130. 

CoUnandale, William, vol. 219, f. 134. 

Cheke, John, vol. 219, f. 135. 

Come wall, Richard, vol. 219, f. 136. 

Cowper, John, vol. 219, f. 138. 

Cliff, John, vol. 219, f. 140. 

Capstake, Matthew, vol. 219, f. 144. 

Cristmas, George, vol. 219, f. 152. 

Clinton, Edward, Lord, vol. 219, f. 152. 

Cotton, Sir Richard, vol. 220, f. 8. 

Clere, Sir John, vol. 220, f. 44. 

Cooke, Roger, vol. 220, f. 44. 

Castell alias Cooke, John, vol. 220, f. 45. 

Crane, William, vol. 220, f. 46. 

Carre, John, vol. 220, f. 53. 

Conyngesby, Humphrey, vol. 220, f. 61. 

Charchehyll, John, vol. 220, f. 82. 

Cordeuz, Henry, vol. 220, ff. 98, 104. 

Comysshe, Philip, vol. 220, f. 98. 

Cokeson, James, vol. 220, f. 125. 

Constable, Robert (? William), vol. 220, 
f. 126. 

Croke, Henry, vol. 220, f, 129. 

Constable, Ralph, vol. 220, f. 180. 

Chambre, Geoffrey, and Alice his wift, 
vol. 220, f. 131. 

Cooke, John, vol. 220, f. 141. 

Chepingdale, Anthony, vol. 220, t 143. 

Clynton and Saye, Sir Edward FyneSt 
Lord, vol. 220, f. 162. 

Cramner, Edmund, vol, 220, ff. 16S, 165. 



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Chetwood, Richard, vol. 220, f. 169. 
Cicell, Richard, toI. 220, f. 174. 
Crofte, Sir James, toL S20, f. 174. 
Coxe, Thomas, vol. 220, ff. 175, 179. 
Oolwyche, Humphrey, rol. 221, f. 5. 
Crofte, Thomas, vol. 221, £P. 11, 71. 
Codflon, Mark^ vol. 221, f. 15. 
Chichester, John, vol. 221, f. 22. 
Colly ns, Thomas, vol. 221, f. 28. 
Clapham, Heniy, vol. 221, ff. 38, 146. 
Chytwood, Richard, vol. 221, f. 38. 
Cawdron, Anthony, vol. 221, f. 85. 
Chamber, GeflBrey, vol. 221, f. 38. 
Camswell, Michael, vol. 221, f. 60. 
Cannop, Gkorge, vol. 221, f. 66. 
Cawarden, Sir Thomas, vol. 221, f. 67. 
Crymes, Richard, vol. 221, f. 78. 
Cornewaleys, Sir Thomas, vol. 221, f. 77. 
Crypes, Thomas, vol. 221, f. 77. 
Clifton, Sir Gervase, vol. 221, f. 83. 
Clerke, Edward, vol. 221, ff. 90, 359. 
Cockson, Elizeus, vol. 221, f. 95. 
Cawdron, John, vol. 221, f. 96. 
CoUen, WiUiam, vol. 221, f. 108. 
Clarke, William, vol. 221, ff. 113, 177. 
Calverde, Oliver, vol. 221, f. 116. 
ColtehifRt, Matthias, toI. 221, ff. 125, 

309. 
Coke, Sir Anthony, vol. 221, f. 131. 
Chafyn, Thomas, vol. 221, f. 136. 
Cotton, John, vol. 221, ff. 138, 316. 
Coote, Robert, vol. 221, f. 141. 
Cockes, John, vol. 221, f. 142. 
Chamberleyne, Thomas, vol. 221, f. 143. 
Qayton, William, vol. 221, f. 149. 
Cove, Michael, vol. 221, f. 160. 
Conyers, John, Lord, vol. 221, f. 189. 
Cotton, Martin, and Agnes his wife, vol. 

221, t 202. 
Constable, Ralph, vol. 221, f. 204. 
Cotton, George, vol. 221, f. 215. 
Curie, Williami, vol. 221, f. 223. 
Cooke, Richard, vol. 221, f. 235. 
Cheyney, Humphrey, vol. 221, f. 236. 
Crofton, Blanch, vol. 221, f. 237. 
Curtys, William, vol. 221, f. 246. 
Carewe, Thomas, vol. 221, f. 246. 
Cobham, Lord, vol. 221, f. 247. 
Cotton, Thomas, vol. 221, f. 247. 
Cowper, Ralph, vol. 221, f. 249. 
Carell, John, vol. 221, f. 251. 
Canner, Thomas, voL 221, f. 252. 
Colyer, Alexander, vol. 221, f. 258. 



Clynton and Saye, Edward Fenes, Lord, 

vol. 221, ff. 267, 329. 
Carlell, Hugh, vol. 221, f. 278. 
Cotton, Sir Richard, vol. 221, ff. 281, 

282. 
Collet, Richard, vol. 221, f. 285. 
Carre, John, vol. 221, f. 287. 
Collingwood, John, vol. 221, f. 287. 
Cobham, Sir George Broke, Lord, voL 

221, f. 344. 
Carr, Robert, vol. 221, f. 389. 
Cutler, George, vol. 221, f. 310. 
Cobham, Thomas, vol. 221, f. 321. 
Cotton, Humphrey, vol. 221, f. 368. 
Coke, Thomas, vol. 222, f. 4. 
Chaytor, Charles, vol. 222, f. 16. 
Cycyll, William, vol. 222, f. 17. 
Cdkk, John, vol. 222, f. 20. 
Coppyn, Nicholas, vol. 222, f. 28. 
Clerke, Edmund, vol. 222, f. 29. 
Chapman, Richard, vol. 222, f. 38. 
Covyngton, Robert, vol. 222, f. 48. 
Crane, John, vol. 222, f. 57. 
Colstocke, Thomas, vol. 222, f. 59. 
Cowsladde, Robert, vol. 222, f. 82. 
Cycyll, ITiomas, vol. 222, f. 98. 
Carter, Thomas, vol. 222, f. 103. 
Cobbe, Thomas, vol. 222, f. 183. 
Conyers, Reginald, vol. 222, f. 144. 
Campien, James, vol. 222, f. 162. 
Clarke, Laurence, vol. 222, f. 168. 
Corbet, Richard, vol. 222, f. 169. 
Calveley, John, vol. 222, f. 171. 
Clapham, David, vol. 222, f. 176. 
Crane, John, vol. 222, f. 176. 
Colby, Thomas, vol. 222, f. 181. 
Crystendome, Andrew, vol. 222, f. 187. 
Chery, Aldwin, vol. 222, f. 191. 
Crofte, Ralph, vol. 222, ff. 210, 234. 
Coltehirst, John, vol. 222, f. 212. 
Coke, Thomas, vol. 222, f. 228. 
ClenneU, William, vol. 222, f. 225. 
Crofton, BUnch, vol. 222, f. 227. 
Colwyche, Humphrey, vol. 222, f. 288. 
Clerke, Bernard, vol. 222, f. 240. 
Coddenham, Henry, vol. 222, f. 255. 
Clerke, Edmund, vol. 222, f. 288. 
Cartewright, Hugh, vol. 222, f. 298. 
Cheyney, Humphrey, vol. 222, f. 295. 
Coppinger, Joan, vol. 222, f. 296. 
Carlell, Thomas, vol. 222, f. 308. 
Gierke, Christopher, vol. 222, f. 862. 
Churehe, William, vol 222, f. 858. 



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. GQQwey» Peter, vol. 223, f. 345. 
Cockson, BartilmeWy vol. 222, f. 843. 
Cranwell> Anthony, toI. 222, f. 342. 
.Clowjbery, John, vol. 222, f. 340. 
Crofte, Edward, vol. 222, f . 338. 
ConestoD, Bobert» vol. 222, f . 332. 
Colteherst, John, vol. 222, f. 331. 
CecjU, Thomas, vol. 222, f. 163. 
Qhatwyn, Thomas, vol. 222, f. 281. 
Cott, William, vol. 223, f. 1. 
Cooke, ThiMUfi* vol. 223, f. 4. 
Carleton, John, vol. 223, f. II. 
Cheke, John, vol. 223, f. 14. 
Craneffn, John, vol. 223, f. 15. 
Chippingdale, George, vol. 223, f. 21. 
Coke, William, vol. 223, f . 24. 
Crippes, Thomas, voL 223, f. 28. 
Croke, Thomas, vol. 223, f. 61. 
Coke, William^ voK 223, f . 62. 
Cecyll, WlUiam, vol. 223, f. 69. 
Colle/} WiltiUD, vol. 223, f. 81. 
Coltehirst, Matthias, vol. 223, f. 116. 
Charles, JohQ> vi>l. 223, f. 147. 
Cowper, Edmund, vol. 223, f. 151. 
Cjcell, Thomas, vol. 223, f. 152. 
Crofte, Balph, vol. 223, f. 163. 
Clynton and Saye, Edward Fynes« Lord, 

vol. 223, f. 166. . 
Clynton and Saye,. Sir Edward Fynes, 

Lord, vol. 223, ff. 197, 199. 
Cresswell, Edward, vol. 223, f. 198. 
Cycell, William, vol. 223, f. 203. 
Cole, Edward, vol. 223, f. 205. 
Carter, John, vol. 223, f. 225. 
Comey, William, vol. 223, f. 226. 
Cawde, John, vol. .223, f . 228. 
Cole, William, vol 223, f. 238. 
Chaloner, John, and Alice, his wife, vol. 

223, f. 236.. 
Chaloner, Christopher, vol. 223, f. 236. 
Chaloner, Robert, vol. 223, f. 236. 
Crane, John, vol.. 223, f. 238. 
Cotterell, William, vol. 223, f. 248. 
CoUhirst, Edward, vol. S23, f. 251. 
Cheyney, John, vol. 1)23, ff. 260, 261. 
Colstocke, Thomas, vol. 223, f. 262. 
CoritQA, Edward, vol. 223, f. 269. 
Cokk', John, vol. 223, f. 275. 
Camwvell, Michael, vol. 223, f. 279, 
Chowtei Nicholas, tol. 223, f. 280. 
Cox, J<^n, vol. 223, £. 286. 
Collier, Henry» and Agnes his wife, 

vol. 223, f . 289. 



|; Cristondom, Andrew, vol. 223, f. 301. 
Conyers, John, vol. 223, f. 309. 
Coltehirste, John^ vol. 223, ff. 322, 325. 
Cawde, John, vol. 223, f. 323. 
Cockson, Cathbert, vol. 223, f. 331. 
Cartysse, John, vol. 223, f. 834. 
Cowper, John, vol. 223, f. 347. 
Chamber, Bobert, vol. 223, f. 352. 
Coste, John, vol. 223, f. 353. 
Cutler, Nicholas, vol. 223, f . 355. 
Corbette, Elizabeth, vol. 223, f. 359. 
Cicell, Thomas, vol. 223, f . 365. 
Colthirste, Edward, vol. 223, f. 370. 
Clerke, Alban, vol. 223, f. 372. 
Calthrope, James, vol. 223, f. 375. . 
Crathom, John, vol. 223, f. 387. 
Clapton, John, vol. 223, f. 407. 
Coddenham, Henry, vol. 224, ff. 5, 33. 
Clerke, Richard, vol. 224, f. 34. 
Campion, James, voL 224, f . 36. 
Caustell, Luea^, vol. 224, f. 43. 
Crouche, John, vol. 224, f. 47. 
Clerke, William, vol. 224, ff. 68, 434, 

435, 439. 
CoUis, William, vol. 224, f. 70. 
Cotten, Humphrey, vol. 224, f . 74. 
CicUl, Sir WUliam, vol. 224, f. 75. 
Cooper, Thomas, vol. 224, f. 95. 
Cranfine, John, vol. 224, f. 12. 
Celly, Nicholas, vol. 224, f. 155. 
Calverley, John, vol. 224, f. 162. 
Cooke, Thomas, vol. 224, f. 171. 
Calvert, "VViiliam, vol. 224, f. 16. 
Chapman, James, vol. 224, f. 107. 
Calvart, William, vol. 224, f. 177. 
Clyfford, Lady Florence, vd. 224, f. 117. 
Cowper, James, vol. 224, f . 1 18, 
Cowper, Richard, vol. 224, ff. 122, 205. 
Cole alias Plome, Robert, vol. 224, f. 242. 
Coriton, Edward, vol, 224, f. 245. 
Cholmely, Sir Richard, vol. 224, f, 254, 

255, 256. 
CoUyns, Edward, voL 224, f. 273. 
Clerke, William, vol. 224, f. 390. 
Clynton, Edward, Lord, vol. 224, ff. 222, 

282. . . 

Christendomc, Andrew, vol. 224, f. 219. 
Colles, Humphrey, vol. 224, ff. 211, ^15. 
Champemon, Sir Arthur, vol. 224, JF. 207. 
Cockes, George, vol. 224, 1 220. 
Combes, Thomas, vol. 224, f. 231. ... 
Cicill, Sir William, vol. ,224, ff. 30p, 428, 

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Colly, Humphrey, vol. 224, f. 429. 
Cutler, Henry, vol. 224, f. 818. 
Cotton, Ralph, vol. 224, f. 321. 
Coxe, Roger, vol. 224, f. 822. 
Cockefl, Thomas, vol. 224, f. 824. 
Crofte, Gabriel, voh 224, f . 828. 
Coo, Robert, vol. 224, f. 352. 
Coltehirste, John, vol. 224, f. 858. 
Crofteft, Bdward, vol. 224, f. 365. 
Chanon, Richard, vol. 224, f. 366. 
Chomley, Rannlph, vol. 224, f. 360. 
Co<dces, William, vol. 224, f . 369. 
Crane, Kicholas, vol. 224, £.371. 
Carre, George, vol. 224, f. 368. 
Oope, John, vol. 224, f. 341. 
Ooife, Robert, and Joan, his irife, vol. 
. 224, f. 337. 

ChiUester, James, vol. 224, f. 385. 
Cartewright, John, vol. 824, ff. 4, 8. 
Cartewright, William, vol. 224, ff. 4, 8. 
Candron, Elizabeth, vol. 224, f. 496. 
Carewe, Sir Qairyn, vol. 224, f. 429. 
Clerke, William, voL 224, f. 285. 
Conysby, Humphrey, vol. 224, f. 436. 
Chester, Robert, vol. 224, f . 474. 
Coxe, John, vol. 224, f. 414. 
Champemon, Arthur, voL 224, f. 486. 
Cozdell, William, vol. 224, f. 487. 
Clyff, John, vol. 224, f. 445. 
Che&y, Humphrey, vol. 224, f. 406. 
Coekes, John, vol. 224, f. 475. 
Colbie, Thoman, vol. 225, f. 9. 
Qeve, Lady Anne, vol. 225, f. 38. 
Cocker, Francis, vol. 225, f. 43. 
Cockes, William, vol. 225, f. 229. 
Coke, Robert, vol. 225, ff. 52, 53. 
Campion, James, vol. 225, f. 67. 
Clerke, Thomas vol. 225, f. 70. 
Christendome, Andrew, vol. 225, f. 83. 
Camaby, Cuthbert, vol. 225, ff. 94, 135. 
Coke, Thomas, vol. 225, f. 104. 
Chamberlayne, William, vol. 225, f. 109. 
Chatterton, William, vol. 225, f. 112. 
Chylde, John, vol. 225, f . 1 14. 
Cotte, William, vol. 225, £.114. 
Caunceller, James, vol. 225, £. 117. 
Cotton, Ralph, vol. 225, £. 132. 
Cockson, James, vol. 225, £. 133. 
Chester, Sir Robert, vol. 225, £. 147. 
Crome, Philip, vol. 225, £. 161. 
Colwell, Robert, vol. 225, £. 163. 
Coltehirst, Edward, vol. 226, f. 182. 
Cotgrare, Ranulph, vol. 225, £. 176. 



CicUl, Sir William, vol. 225, ff. 189, 219. 
Conway, Peter, vol. 225, £. 192. 
Colthirst, John; vol. 825, £. 200. 
Cotton, Sir Richard, toU 225, £. 212. 
Colwell, Robert, vol. 225, ff, 181, 2U8. 
Cooke, Thristram, vol. 225, £. 201. 
Cockson, Marke, vol. 225, £.221.. 
Crouker, Robert, vol. 225, £. 209. 
Cookes, William, vo). 225, £. 229. 
Cheke, Sir John, vol. 225, £. 198. 
Carrington, WilUam, vol. 285, f. 207. 
Curteys, Thomas, vol. 286, pt. 1, £. 8. 
Collyns, Edward, vol. 826, pt. 1, t 5. 
Chare, Edward, vol. 826, pt 1, f. 6. 
Chambre, Thomas, vol. 886, pt. 1, f. 7. 
Clarke, William, vol. 226, pt. 1, f. U. 
Chard, Edward, vol. 286, pt. 1, f. 17.> 
Conyers, John, vol. 826, pt. 1, £. 85. 
Conyngesby, Hnmphrey, voL 886» pt. 1, 

f. 87. 
Charde, Edward, vol. 886, pt. I, f. 88. 
Conyers, James, vol. 826, pt. I, f. 30. - 
Came, Arthur, vol. 886, pt. 1, f. 35. . 
Crane, William and Philip, vol* 826, 

pt. 1, £. 35. 
Clifton, John, vol. 226, pt. 1, f. 35. 
Cordell, WiUiam, vol. 286, pt. 1, £ 35. 
Conyers, John, vol. 226, pt. 1, f. 39. 
Call, . . . . , vol. 886, pt. 1, f. 40. 
Clerke, John, vol. 886, pt. 1, f. 54. 
Codyngton, James, vol. 886, pt. 1, £. 54. 
Chester, Sir Robert, vol. 886, pt. 1, f. 68. 
Carter, Thomas, vol. 826, pt. 1, f. 63. 
Cnyson, Ralph, vol. 886, pt. 1, f. 66. 
Cba£yn, Thomas, vol. 226, pt. 1, f. 66. 
Crose, John, vol. 226, pt. 1, £. 67. 
ConjTsby, Humphrey, vol. 226, pt, 1, 

f. 67. 
Conynsby, Humphrey, vol. 226, pt 1, 

f. 67. 
Cartebote, Richard, vol. 286, pt. l,.f. 67. 
Cokeram, John, vol. 826, pt 1, f. 67^. 
Carter, Thomas, vol. 886, pt 1, £. 68.. 
Clarke, Ellen, vol. 886, pt. 1, £. 68. 
Casson, Richard, vol. 826| pt 1, £. 69. 
Carlyle, John, vol 226, pt. 1, f. 69. 
Crosby, Robert» vol. 286, pt 1» f. 71. 
Cotes, Robert, vol. 226, pt 1, £. 7L 
Curwen, William, vol. 286, pt 1, £. 71. 
Charlesworth, Richard, voL 286, pt 1, 

£. 71. 
Charter, William, voL 886, pt. 1, t 79. 
Cutberd, Roger, vol. 826, pt 1, f. 78. 



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Colson, William, vol. 226, pt 1, f. 72. 
Conset, Thomas, toL 226, pt, 1, f. 72. 
Cave, Heni7, vol. 226, pt. 1, f. 78. 
Cheney, Thomas, vol. 226, pt. 1, f. 73. 
Cartebote, Richard, vol. 226, pt. 2, f. 10. 
ConyDgesby, Humphrey, vol. 226, pt. 2, 

f. 14. 
Chafiyn, Thomas, vol. 22G, pt. 2, f. 15. 
Crose, Joho, vol. 226, pt. 2, f. 16. 
Cokeram, John, vol. 226, pt 2, f. 19. 
Clerke, Ellen, vol. 226, pt. 2, f. 27. 
Charter, William, vol. 226, pt. 2, f. 84. 
Crosby, Robert, vol. 226, pt. 2, f. 42. 
Cootes, Robert, vol. 226, pt. 2, f. 46. 
Casson, Robert, vol. 226, pt 2, f. 48. 
Carter, Thomas, vol. 226, pt 2, f. 67. 
Charlesworth, Richard, vol. 226, pt 2, 

f. 68. 
Consett, Thomas, vol. 226, pt. 2, f. 86. 
Colson, William, vol. 226, pt 2, f. 86. 
Chymney, Thomas, vol. 226, pt. 2, f. 86. 
Conyers, George, vol. 226, pt. 2, f. 87. 
Colman, Nicholas, vol. 227, pt. 1, f. 7. 
Cruys, Gamaliel, vol. 227, pt. 1, f. 10. 
Clopton, William, vol. 227, pt 1, f. 12. 
Carre, William, vol. 227, pt. I, f. 12. 
Corker, Francis, vol. 227, pt. 1, f. 15. 
Chipchase, John, vol. 227, pt. 1, f. 18. 
Clerkeson, Robert, vol. 227, pt. 1, f. 25. 
Chapman, Elizabeth, vol. 227, pt 1, 

f. 27. 
Chapman, James, vol. 227, pt. 1, f. 27. 
Chapman, Richard, vol. 227, pt 1, f. 27. 
Clarke, Robert, vol. 227, pt. 1, f. 80. 
Colter, Richard, and Alice his wife, vol. i 

227, pt. 1, f. 80. 
Cotes, William, and Anne his wife, vol. 

227, pt l,f. 31. 
Cotes, George, vol. 227, pt 1, f. 31. 
Collier, Ralph, vol. 227, pt 1, f. 32. 
Callfield, George, Martha his wife, and 

Alexander their son, vol. 227, pt. 1, 

f. 84. 
Comocke, Henry, vol. 227, pt. 1, f. 43. 
Cattail, Richard, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 10. 
Carvile, John, vol. 227, pt 2, f. 14. 
Claveringe, William, vol. 227, pt 2, 

f. 27. 
Conwey, John, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 88. 
Conwey, Robert, vol. 227, pt. 2, f . 38. 
Chambers, William, vol. 227, pt.2, f. 39. 
Clements, Thomas, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 41. 
Ci6we, Thomas, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 47. 



Compton, Richard, vol. 227, pt. 2, f . !iO, 
Cawthorpe, Thomas, vol. 227, pt. 2, 

f. 52. 
Clarke, John, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 67. 
Clarke, Edward, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 67. 
Coxwell, John, vol. 227, pt 2, f. 57. 
Colte, Robert, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 60. 
Clubley, Adam, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 61. 
Coleman, Nicholas, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 69. 
Chivall, John, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 73. 
Cranfeilde, Thomas, vol. 227, pt 2, f. 74. 
Childe, William, vol. 227, pt 2, f. 82. 
Childe, Thomas, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 82. 
Childe, John, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 82. 
Cecill, Sir Thomas, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 87. 
CoUman, Nicholas, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 89. 
Claydon, Thomas, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 89. 
Calverd, Robert, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 93. 
Cowlingo, John, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 99. 
Chambers, Thomaf«, senior, vol. 227, 

pt 2, f. 102. 
Chambers, Thomas, junior, vol. 227, 

pt 2, f. 102. 
Chambers, Robert, vol. 227, pt 2, f. 102. 
Cotes, John, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 105. 
Cotes, Richard, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 105. 
Croft, Herbert, vol. 227, pt 2, f. 115. 
Clopton, William, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 116. 
Cowton, Agnes, vol. 227, pt 2, f. 123. 
Charter, Thomas, vol. 227, pt 2, f. 124. 
Collin, Edward, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 127. 
Coniston, Elizabeth, vol. 227, pt 2, 

f. 128. 
Cansfeild, Robert, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 186. 
Colesensacke, Robert, vol. 227, pt 2, 

f. 148. 
Cony, Jane, vol. 228, f. 18. 
ClifFe, Matthew, vol. 228, f. 22. 
Cliffe, Rosamond, vol. 228, f. 22. 
Cliffe, Margaret, vol. 228, f. 22. 
Cholmeley, John, vol. 228, f. 30. 
Clerke, Richard, vol. 228, f . 32. 
Clerke, Katherine, vol. 228, f. 32. 
Clerke, Anne, vol. 228, f. 32. 
Cowton, Robert, vol. 228, f. 42. 
Cooke, Stephen, vol. 228, f. 46. 
Corker, Francis, vol. 228, f. 61. 
Chapman, Thomas, vol. 228, f. 64. 
Chapman, William, vol. 228, f. 64. 
Chapman, Richard, vol. 228, f . 64. 
Clerke, John, vol. 228, f. 65. 
Clerke, Robert, vol. 228, f. 65. 
Clerke, Thomas, vol. 228, f. 65. 



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Colman, John, vol. 228> f . 70. 
Colman, Robert, vol. 228, f. 70. 
Colman, Edward, vol. 228, f. 70. 
Coles, Thomas, toI. 228, f. 77. 
Carre, Robert, vol. 228, f. 8G. 
Carre, William, toI. 228, f. 86. 
Carre, Edward, vol. 228, f . 86. 
Carter (ilias Sheppard, John, vol. 228, 

f. 95. 
Carter o/i'as Sheppard, Edmund, toI. 228, 

f. 95. 
Carter alias Sheppard, Richard, vol. 228, 

f. 95. 
Cocke, Helen, vol. 228, f. 95. 
Cocke, David, vol. 228, f. 95. 
Cocke, John, vol. 228, f. 95. 
Chapman, Jdhn, vol. 228, f. 97. 
Croslande, John, vol. 228, f. 105. 
Cooke, Thomas, vol. 228, 107. 
Consett, Christopher, vol. 228, f. 108. 
Cnjtt, Thomas, vol. 228, f. 112. 
Close, James, vol. 228, f. 114. 
Carter, James, vol. 228, f. 114. 
Carpenter, John, vol. 228, f. 120. 
Clarke, Robert, vol. 228, f. 124. 
Carlell, William, vol. 228, f. 180. 
Constable, John, vol. 228, f. 184. 
CoUjrer, Ralph, vol. 228, f. 140. 
Comewalleis, Thomas, vol. 228, 141. 
Coniston, Thomas, vol. 228, f. 143. 
Chapman, Edward, vol. 228, f. 145. 
Chapman, Robert, vol. 228, f. 145. 
Chapman, William, vol. 228, f. 145. 
Cowton, John, vol. 228, f. 169. 
Crawshawe, Henry, vol. 228, t 172. 
Constable, Sir Henry, and Margaret his 

wife, vol. 228, f. 175. 
Constable, Henry, vol. 228, f. 175. 
Clearke, William, vol. 228, f. 180. 
Cleaike, Jane, voL 228, t 180. 
Clearke, Elisabeth, vol. 228, f. 180. 
Carter, William, vol. 228, f. 188. 
ConyerB, Ralph, vol. 228, f. 192. 
Come, Thomas, vol. 228, f. 198. 
Craven, Christopher, and Elisabeth his 

wife, vol. 228, f. 199. 
Craven, William, vol. 228, f. 199. 
Carre, Hugh, vol. 228, f . 202. 
Corker, Francis, vol. 229, f. 1. 
Cokoe, John, vol. 229, f. 7. 
Copley, Thomas, vol. 229, f . 27. 
Chadworth, Thomas, vol. 229, f . dO. 
Clerko, William, vol. 229, f. 85. 



Clarke, Robert, vol. 229, f. 39. 
Crowsy, John, vol. 229, f. 41. 
Chappellowe, Cecilia, vol. 229, f. 42. 
Chappellowe, Richard, vol. 229, f . 42. 
Cudworth, Thomas, vol. 229, f. 43. 
Curteis, Thomas, vol. 229, f. 44. 
Clibbome, William, vol. 229, f. 53. 
Chapman, Thomas, vol. 229, f. 54. 
Cotes, John, vol. 229, f. 59. 
Constable, Sir Henry, vol. 229, f. 63. 
Combez, Thomas, vol. 282, pt. 1, f. 8. 
1 Chamber, Geoffrey, vol. 232, pt. 1, f. 8, 
Cavendisshe, William, vol. 232, pt. 1, 

f. 10. 
Colles, Richard, vol. 232, pt 1, f. 21. 
Colompton, William, vol. 232, pt. I, f. 22. 
Castelford, Anne, vol. 232, pt. I, f. 25. 
Clayton alias Rotherham, George, vol. 

232, pt. 1, f. 26. 
Carre, Richard, vol. 232, pt. 1, f. 27. 
Calne, Thomas, vol. 232, pt. 1, f. 28. 
Copsheyf, John, vol. 232, pt. 1, f. 29. 
Carleton, George, vol. 232, pt. 1, f. 31. 
Colynson, Robert, vol. 232, pt 1, f. 34. 
Clerk, John, vol. 282, pt. 1, f. 85. 
Crane, Alice, vol. 232, pt. 1, f. 38. 
Cambell, Elizabeth, vol. 232, pt 1, f. 42. 
Conysbe, Robert, vol. 232, pt. 1, f. 42. 
Colvyle, John, vol. 232, pt 1, f. 48. 
Codde, Robert, vol. 232, pt. 1, f . 49. 
Croke, Agnes, vol. 232, pt 1, f . 56. 
Carey, John, vol. 232, pt 1, f. 58. 
Chaveney, Ralph, voL 232, pt 1, f. 60. 
Cowper, William, vol. 232, pt. 1, f. 61. 
Crumwell, Thomas, Lord, vol. 232, pt. 2, 

f. 4. 
Clement, Gabriel, vol. 232, pt. 2, f. 7. 
Cristall, John, vol. 282, pt 2, f. 7. 
Comysshe, John, vol. 232, pt. 2, f . 8. 
Carrington, William, vol. 232, pt. 2, 

f. 11. 
Clyffe, John, vol. 232, pt. 2, f. 11. 
Carrington, John, vol. 232, pt 2, f . 11. 
Clyfton, John, vol. 232, pt. 2, f. 12. 
Cooke, Richard, vol. 282, pt S, f. 18. 
Coventrie, William, vol. 232, pt. 2, f. 19. 
Curlewe, Richard, vol. 232, pt. 2, f . 22. 
CUire, William, vol. 232, pt 2, f. 24. 
Cooper, Robert, vol. 232, pt 2, f. 26. 
Clerk, Anthony, voL 232, pt. 2, f. 27. 
Colson, Thomas, vol. 232, pt 2, f . 29. 
Codyngton, John, vol 282, pt. 2, f. 29. 
Curson, George, vol. 282, pt. 2, f. 30. 



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Crumwell, Thomas, Lord, yoI. 232, pt. 2. 

f. S2. 
Creatyng, William, vol. 282, pt. 2, f . 84. 
Caredell, John, toI. 232, pt. 2, f. 40. 
Cooke, John, vol. 282, pt. 2, f . 44. 
Clement, Edward, vol. 282, pt. 2, f . 47. 
Cxprian, Bartholomew, vol. 282, pt 2, 

f.47. 
Cntbert, Thomas, vol. 282, pt. 2, f. 48. 
Cordraye, John, vol. 232, pt. 2, f. 49. 
Chnrche, John, vol. 282, pt. 2, f. 51. 
Crakkyll, Richard, vol. 282, pt. 2, f. 58. 
Oant> Robert, vol. 282, pt. 2, f . 57. 
Casteloke aliaM Shepey, John, vol. 232, 

pt. 2, f. 57. 
Chillynden, Robert, vol. 282, pt 2, f . 57. 
Champney, John, vol. 282, pt 2, f. 57. 
Chace, William, vol. 282, pt 2, f. 57. 
Coyden, William, vol. 282, pt. 2, f. 58. 
Cnndall, Thomas, vol. 282, pt. 2, f . 59. 
Colles, Nicholas, vol. 282, pt. 2, f. 60. 
Crandall, Henry, vol. 282, pt. 2, f. 61. 
Cartor, William, vol. 232, pt. 2, f. 61. 
Casson, James, vol. 282, pt. 2, f . 62. 
Curie, William, vol. 282, pt. 2, f . 65. 
Crofton, Thomas, vol. 232, pt. 2, f. 66. 
Clement, William, vol. 232, pt. 2, f . 72. 
Crumwell, Thomas, Lord, vol. 232, pt. 2, 

f. 72. 
Cotton, John, vol. 232, pt. 2, f. 72. 
Calley, Richard, vol. 282, pt. 2, f. 72. 
Cocks, William, vol. 232, pt. 2, f. 73. 
Cartewrike, Edward, vol. 282, pt. 2, f. 73. 
Clyfford, Sir Thomas, vol. 288, f . 2. 
Clement, Robert, vol. 288, f. 4. 
Colchester alias Barry, Robert, vol. 233, 

f, 9. 
Clerk, John, vol. 283, f. 16. 
Claxton, Martin, vol. 288, f. 16. 
Chalner, Thomas, vol. 288, f. 17. 
Clerk, Robert, vol. 288, f. 17. 
Cadde, Robert, vol. 288, f. 17. 
Corke, lialph, vol. 288, f. 21. 
Chalner, William, vol. 288, f. 22. 
Cradocke, Richard, vol. 288, f . 28. 
Clerke, Richard, vol. 288, f . 24. 
aerk, William, vol. 283, f. 25. 
Copferl^, Laurence, vol. 288, f. 26. 
Cressey, Richard, vol. 288, f. 82. 
Crawsford, Thomas, vol. 288, f. S9^ 
Challyner, Robert, vol. 288, f . 84. 
Colflon, Emma, vol. 288, f . 85. 
Cousfitt, John, vol. 288, f. 89. 



Chawner, George, vol. 288, f. 41. 
Chemocke, James, vol. 288, f . 42. 
Cadman, John, vol. 283, f. '47. 
Coke, George, vol. 288, f. 48. 
Chonyholme, James, vol. 283, f . 49 
Clayton, James, vol. 288, f . 49. 
Cost, Thomas, vol. 238, f. 51. 
Craddok, Edward, vol. 233, f. 52. 
Clerke, Ralph, vol. 233, f . 52. 
Crosdall, Thomas, vol. 288, f. 54. 
Cordall, Thomas, vol. 233, f. 54. 
Clerke, Alice, vol. 283, f. 58. 
Crosyer, Joan, vol. 283, f. 59. 
Crokhyll, Edmund, vol. 288, f . 63. 
Chauncye, Maurice, vol. 233^ f . 66. 
Clerke, William, vol. 288, f. 68. 
Cocks, Felix, vol. 288, f . 70: 
Crosse, William, vol. 233, f . 74. 
Cheryngton, Robert, vol. 288, f . 74. 
Cordon, Richard, vol 288, f. 74. 
Clyfton, John, vol. 233, f. 75. 
Cokse, John, vol. 283, f. 76. 
Clypyngdale, Thomas, vol. 233, £. 79. 
Colman, John, vol. 233, f. 81. 
Chester, Thomas, vol. 233, f. 89. 
Cartwright, Christopher, vol. 23S, f. 91. 
Coke, Alice, vol. 288, f. 93. 
Crystall, William, vol. 233, f. 97. 
Chesyleyne, Katherine, vol. 233, f. 98. 
Cosby, Agnes, vol. 283, f. 100. 
Cope, Cecilia, vol. 233, f. 103. 
Croker, John, vol. 288, f. 108. 
Chamelles, Mary, vol. 288, f. 118. 
Colar, Humphrey, vol. 238, f. 1 19. 
Chambers, Thomas, vol, 283, f. 120. 
Clement, William, vol. 238, f. 122. 
Colyn ali<u Hnmylytye, John, vol. 233, 

f. 128. 
Crofton, John, vol. 283, f. 125. 
Cropper, Katherine, voL 288, f. 188. 
Castell, Thomas, vol. 288, f. 188. 
Carliell, William, vol. 238, f. 189. 
Cateahed, Robert, vol. 283, f, 189. 
Crisden, William, vol. 233, f. 140. 
Charite, Robert, vol. 238, f. 141. 
Clerke, Thomas, vol. 238, f. 158. 
Castell, Thomas, vol. 238, f. 159. 
Cromoke, John, vol. 288, f. 159. 
Copley, George, vol. 238, f. 168. 
Chapman, ThoBias, voL 288, f.. 163. 
Claughton, Roger, vol. 288, f. 166. 
Caterall, Robert, voL 288, L 168. 
Chapman, Robert, vol. 288, 1 169. 



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Cbrestlaye, Mannaduke, vol. 283, f. 171. 
Clevelande, John, vol. 233, f. 173. 
Crombock, Christopher, vol. 283, f. 174. 
Cockseter, John, vol. 233, f. 178. 
Cambridge, Robert, vol. 233, f. 185. 
CatjBbye, William, vol. 233, f . 190. 
Corbyn, Thomas, vol. 233, f. 193. 
Croft, Richard, vol. 238, f. 194. 
Cogen, John, vol. 233, f. 197. 
Crybbe, John, vol. 233, f. 198. 
Clerke, John, vol. 233, f. 198. 
Cryse, William, vol. 233, f. 199. 
Corter, John, vol. 233, f. 200. 
Chester, William, vol. 283, f. 201. 
Cole, James, vol. 233, f. 204. 
Channdeler, John, vol. 233, f . 208. 
Cattsby, Philippa, vol. 233, f. 211. 
Cocks, Margaret, vol. 283, f. 211. 
Champeney, Alice, vol. 283, f. 212. 
Care, Elizabeth, vol. 233, f. 213. 
Cressett, Mary, vol. 233, f. 214. 
Clansy, Dorothy, vol. 233, f. 217. 
Clerkson, Richard, vol. 238, f. 221. 
Camyke, John, vol. 283, f. 221. 
Clemente, Thomas, vol. 233, f. 223. 
Cressey, Juliana, vol. 233, f. 229. 
Copeleye, Elizabeth, vol. 233, f. 229. 
Castlyne, John, vol. 233, f. 239. 
Cooke, William, vol. 233, f . 242. 
Chamberleyne, John, vol. 233, f. 246. 
Calert, John, vol. 233, f. 247. 
Cliff, John, vol. 288, f. 248. 
Cannon, John, vol. 233, f. 258. 
Cowle, John, vol. 238, f. 264. 
Ck)ol^ Bernard, vol. 233, f. 266. 
Culdronde, William, vol. 283, f. 278. 
Cokeraine, John, vol. 238, f. 278. 
Cobylfiton, Sabina, vol. 288, f. 281. 
Chndley, Elizabeth, vol. 233, f. 282. 
Carewe, Elizabeth, vol. 233, f. 283. 
Cabnll, Thomas, vol. 233, f . 289. 
Crode, William, vol. 238, f. 291. 
Clerke, John, vol. 233, f. 291. 
Carewe, Agnes, vol. 288, f. 292. 
Crede, Ivotta, vol. 283, f. 292. 
Carewe, Thomasina, vol. 283, f. 294. 
Cooke, Dorothy, vol. 288, f. 294. 
Chapman, Stephen, vol. 238, f. 295. 
Catton, Thomas, vol. 288, f. 295. 
Caultcm 'alias Thirske, Henry, vol. 238, 

f. 800. 
Citron alias Skegbye, Thomas, vol. 233, 

f. 801, 



Cogan, Robert, vol. 233, f . 302. 

Cosyns, John, vol. 288, f. 305. 

Clestum altos Fotter, Ellis, vol. 233, 

f. 306. 
Cheuerell, Anne, vol. 233, f. 308. 
Catberte, John, vol. 233, f. 820. 
Coye, John, vol. 233, f. 821, 
Charde alias Tybbes, vol. 233, f. 321. 
Cheyny, Mulier, vol. 233, f. 324. 
Carleton, John, vol. 233, f. 328. 
Cheyney, John, and Joan his wife, vol. 

233, f. 333. 

Crofton, William, and Blanche his wife, 

vol. 233, f . 339. 
Cromer, Walter, vol. 233, f. 841. 
Care, John, vol. 233, f. 842. 
Clayton, Joan, vol. 234, f. 2. 
Chaflfre, Robert, vol. 234, f. 4. 
Crabtre, John, vol. 234, f. 5. 
Clement, John, vol. 234, f. 6. 
Cressenor, Elizabeth, vol. 234, f. 8. 
CloflFj'ld, Katherine, vol. 234, f. 9. 
Cooke, Margaret, vol. 234, f. 9. 
Clare, Ellen, vol. 234, f. 14. 
Clare, Ellen, vol. 234, f. 16. 
Courtneyll, William, vol. 284, f. 24. 
Claydon alias Helperbye, John, vol. 234, 

f. 30, 
Cambridge alias Langham, John, vol. 

234, f. 32. 

Colman, Alice, vol. 234, f. 41. 
Ceton, Rose, vol. 234, f. 48. 
Copstone, Joan, vol. 234, f. 48. 
Clarke, Joyce, vol. 234, f. 49. 
Campyon, Ralph, vol. 234, f. 67. 
Curtys, Thomas, vol. 234, f. 69. 
Catton, Peter, vol. 234, f. 71. 
Cotton, Margaret, vol. 234, f. 76. 
Comberford, Dorothy, vol. 284, f. 82. 
Crof te, Alice, vol. 234, f. 85. 
Chapman, Alice, vol. 234, f. 88. 
Corvesar, Thomas, vol. 234, f . 90. 
Colfax, John, vol. 284, f. 91. 
Cooke, Hugh, vol. 234, f. 91. 
Clarke, Thomas, vol. 234, f. 98. 
Chapman, Oeotge, vol. 234, f. 97. 
Cowerd, Robert, vol. 284, f. 99. 
Cokbome, John, vol. 234, f. 105. 
Cholmeley, Alice, vol. 234, f. 106. 
Cells, Alice, vol. 234, f . 109. 
Cowper, Cliristabel, vol. 284, f. lio. 
Conyars, Margaret, vol. 234, f. 110. 
Cloee, Elisabeth, vol. 234, f. 112. 



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Ck>nyere, Margaret, vol. 234, f. 116. 
Coverte, Margaret, vol. 284, f. 119. 
CodringtoD, Dorothy, vol. 234, f. 120. 
Cnicheley, Elizabeth, vol. 234, f. 124. 
Cureon, David, vol. 234, f. 125. 
Carpenter, JohD, vol. 234, f. 132. 
Creyse, William, vol. 234, f. 136. 
Cooke, Ralph, vol. 234, f. 144. 
Cooke, William, vol. 234, f. 151. 
Craker, William, vol. 234, f. 156. 
Cowper, Walter, vol. 284, f. 167. 
Cowper, Hugh, vol. 234, f. 158. 
Chavnfate, Christopher, vol. 234, f. 160. 
Gierke, William, vol. 234, f. 161. 
Churche, Walter, vol. 234, f. 161. 
Cooke, Thomas, vol. 234, f. 164. 
Cnrties, Edith, vol. 234, f. 165. 
Cursyn, Mary, vol. 234, f. 169. 
Clynton, Bridget, vol. 234, f. 170. 
Chamber, John, vol. 234, f. 174. 
Courteman, Gilbert, vol. 234, f. 1 74, 
Castor alias Smyth, William, vol. 234, 

f. 174. 
Coventre, Robert, vol. 234, f. 176. 
Croylande, Christopher, vol. 234, f. 180. 
Castor aiia^ Mares, Ambrose, vol. 234, 

f. 180. 
Croylande alias Dyglyng, John, vol. 

234, f. 181. 
Clyffe alias Smythe, William, vol. 284. 

f. 183. 
Carye, John, vol. 234, f. 184. 
Corbett, Nicholas, vol. 234, f. 185. 
Colman, John, vol. 234, f. 191. 
Carter, Maurice, vol. 234, f. 192. 
Chipsham, Martin, vol. 234, f. 195. 
Coventre alias Harbarley, Richard, vol. 

234, f. 198. 
Chesterton alias Gotobed, William, vol. 

234, f. 201. 
Cotenham alias Raynes, John, vol. 234, 

f . 202, 
Crowland alias Parker, Thomas, vol. 

234, f. 203. 
Clotsall, John, vol. 234, f. 204. 
Cramptpn, William, vol. 284, f. 209. 
Coventrye, Thomas, vol. 284, f. 209. 
Cuffe, Christiana, vol. 234, f. 214. 
Cyvcll, Agnes, vol. 234, f. 217. 
Clarke, Elizabeth, vol. 234, f. 217. 
Custance, John, vol. 234, f. 221. 
Coots, Edmund, vol. 234, f. 222, 
Corbett, John, vol. 234, f. 222. 



Chatterys, John, vol. 234, f. 223. 

Canon, Richard, vol. 234, f. 228. 

Chilcocks, Anthony, vol. 234, f. 233. 

Choo. William, vol. 234, f. 285. 

Calamon, Richard, vol. 234, f . 239. 

Cleve, Richard, vol. 234, f . 240. 

Cropthorn, John, vol. 284, f . 240. 

Crowle, John, vol. 234, f. 240. 

Coddryngton, John, vol. 234, f. 241. 

Caulme, John, vol. 234, f. 243. 

Carter, Edmund, vol. 234j f. 248. 

Gierke, Robert, vol. 234, f. 250. 

Corsfelde, William, vol. 234, f. 253. 

Castell, John, vol. 234, f. 254. 

Chamberleyn, William, vol. 234, f. 255. 

Ghauntryll, Joan, vol. 234, f. 260. 

Graff orde, Margery, vol. 234, f. 261. 

Olerkeson, William, vol. 234, f. 262. 

Colson, William, vol. 234, f. 266. 

Gouper, Elizabeth, vol. 234, f. 267. 

Gouper, Margaret, vol. 234, f. 267. 

Chapman, Matilda, vol. 234, f. 269. 

Gawton, Isabel, vol. 234, f. 270. 

Colyer, Joan, vol. 234, f. 271. 

Crawmere, Elizabeth, vol. 234, f. 272. 

Gierke, William, vol. 234, f. 272. 

Crosseley, John, vol. 234, f. 278. •* 

GoUpotts, Robert, vol. 234, f. 274. *^ 

Carre, Thomas, vol. 234, f. 274. 

Galeye, Thomas, vol. 284, f. 277. 

Gicestre, Robert, vol. 234, f. 278. 

Glevynge, Joan, vol. 234, f. 280. 

Clyfton, Robert, vol. 234, f. 284. 

Carforde, William, vol. 234, f. 286. 

Galbecke, Robert, vol. 284, f. 288. 

Crawshawe, John, vol. 234, f. 290. 

Crossebye, Richard, vol. 234, f . 292. 

Ghylton, Robert, vol. 234, f. 297. 

Glacton, Henry, vol. 234, f. 299. 
' Gootes, Ralph, vol. 234, f. 300. 
I Clappam, John, vol. 234, f. 300. 

Gollyer, John, vol. 234, f . jS03. 

Ghomeley, Richard, vol. 234<i^ 304. 

Colte, Margaret, vol. 234, f. 3o6. 
I Calverd, Joan, vol. 234, f. 808. 

Constable, Eleanor, vol. 284, fl 310. 

Cooke, Anne, vol. 234, f. 311. 

Clerk, Mai^garet, vol. 234, f. 312. 
I Garter, Agnes, vol. 234, f. 312. 

Gantorborue, William, vol. 234, f. 314. 

Chetham, Richard, vol. 284, f. 315. 
' Coxe, Thomas, vol. 284, f. 315. 
! Greithom, Ellen, vol. 234, f. 820. 



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Clynte, Thomas, vol. 234, f. 323. 
Crawe, William, vol. 234, f. 325. 
Coke, Joho, toI. 234, f. 825. 
Cowper, Nicholas, vol. 234, f. 328. 
Coljer, Ralph, vol. 234, f. 832. 
Clejbroke, Thomas, vol. 234, f. 333. 
Cuites, Augustine, vol. 234, f. 33.5. 
Claybroke, Nicholas, vol 234, f. 885. 
Cheltenhame, Robert, vol. 234, f. 336. 
Cheltenhame, John, vol. 234, f. 337. 
Oumpton, Roger, vol. 234, f. 837. 
Compton, Richard, vol. 234, f. 337. 
Caidyff, Philip, vol. 284, f. 340. 
Cheltenham, Richard, vol. 234, f. 341. 
Craoeborne, Thomas, vol. 234, f. 342. 
Cljtheroe, Elizabeth, vol. 234, f. 345. 
Copelay, Elizabeth, vol. 234, f. 346. 
Clyfton, Elizabeth, vol. 234, f. 346. 
Camabye, Richard, vol. 234, f. 348. 
Cokyn, Agnes, vol. 234, f. 349. 
Crew, Isabel, vol. 234, f. 356. 
Cotys, Sitha, vol. 284, f. 356. 
Cokhill, Katherine, vol. 234, f. 357. 
Chapman, Philicia, vol. 234, f. 361. 
Clerke, Stephen, vol. 234, f. 364. 
Galley, John, vol. 234, f. 371. 
Coventrey, Robert, vol. 234, f. 372. 
Cressegjje, William, vol. 234, f. 372. 
Cotton, Humphrey, vol. 234, f. 374. 
Clyff, Robert, vol. 234, f. 377. 
Colte, John, vol. 284, f. 377. 
Cartwright, William, vol. 234, f. 380. 
Cutler, Agnes, vol. 234, f. 388. 
Coxson, Isabel, vol. 234, f. 388. 
Curstan, Alice, vol. 234, f. 889. 
Carter, Margaret, vol. 234, f. 398. 
Carter, Elizabeth, vol. 234, f. 398. 
Copcott, Frideswide, vol. 234, f. 401. 
Creyse, John, vol. 234, f. 402. 
Chyppyng, Richard, vol. 234, f. 403. 
Clerkeson, John, vol. 234, f. 409. 
Cockerell, Edwacd. vol. 234, f. 41 1. 
Crawsforthe, 7^«mas, vol. 234, f. 417. 
Challyn, Robe.i, vol. 234, f. 417. 
Colaon, Emma, vol. 234, f. 419. 
Clemente, Nicholas, vol. 234, f. 426. 
Crosse, John, vol. 234, f. 427. 
Causton, William, vol. 284, f. 428. 
Cantorbary, William, vol. 234, f. 430. 
Calverde, Richard, vol. 234, f. 433. 
Carre, Hugh, voL 235, f. 5. 
Cleyton, John, vol. 285, f. 10. 
Coltehirst, Matthias, vol. 235, f. 22. 
529S6. 



Carew, Sir George, and Mary his wife, 

vol. 235, f. 30. 
Cole, Robert, vol. 235, f. 32. 
Chapman, Thomas, vol. 235, f. 83. 
Cheiney, Sir Thomas, vol. 835, f. 33. 
Comwalles, Thomas, vol. 235, f. 36. 
Coffyn, James, and Anne his wife, vol. 

235, f . 39. 
Clyston, William, vol. 235, f. 44. 
Cocke, Thurstram, vol. 235, f. 55. 
Crystmas, William, vol. 235, t 65. 
Came, Thomas, vol. 235, f. 66. 
Coly, Thomas, vol. 235, f. 67. 
Coke, John, vol. 235, f. 67. 
Cotton, George, vol. 235, f. 69. 
Cockes, Thomas, vol. 285, t 74. 
Campyon, Thomas, vol. 235, f. 78. 
Clynkerdager, Hans, vol. 235, f. 90. 
Carleton, George, vol. 235, f. 93. 
Carye, John, vol. 235, f. 98. 
Chamberlayne, Leonard, vol. 235, f. 115. 
Comwalles, Alice, vol. 235, 118. 
CoUyce, William, vol. 235, f. 122. 
Clare, Robert, vol. 235, f. 124. 
Clarineteulx, Susan, vol. 235, f. 126. 
Cawarden, Thomas, vol. 236, ff. 2, 20. 
Cromer, Walter, vol. 236, f. 5. 
Clarentieax, Susan, vol. 236, f. 5. 
Chowte, Philip, vol. 236, f. 12. 
Chychester, Robert, vol. 236, f. 19. 
Calcote, Ellen, vol. 236, f. 23. 
Colimibyne, John, vol. 236, f. 37. 
Carye, John, vol. 286, f. 38. 
Charleton, Lancelote, vol. 236, f. 46. 
Cotton, Sir George, vol. 236, f. 48. 
Campion, John, vol. 236, f. 50. 
Chester, Robert, vol. 236, ff. 64, 161. 
Champernon, Katherine, vol. 236, f. 52. 
Cowper, William, vol. 236, f. 71. 
Cleyton alias Glutton, David, vol. 286, 

f. 71. 
Cowley, Robert, vol, 236, f. 72. 
Cuffe, John, vol. 236, f. 86. 
Cotton, Richard, vol. 236, ff. 98, 190. 
Cotton, Margaret, vol. 236, f. 96. 
Coppinger, Ralph, vol. 236, f. 102. 
Carter, John, vol. 236, f. 111. 
Clerke, Richard, vol. 286, f. 143. 
Crompe, Thomas, vol. 236, f. 158. 
Celye, Walter, vol. 236, f. 156. 
Chaveney, Ralph, vol. 286, f. 162. 
Cooke, Richard, vol. 236, f. 167. 
Cotton, Dame Mary, vol. 236, f. 173. 

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Collins, Thomas, voL 236, f. 184. 
Coper, Richard, vol. 236, f. 186. 
Carrell, Roger, vol. 236, f. 187. 
Chard, Robert, vol. 236, f. 193. 
Canner, Thomas, vol. 236, f. 194. 
Cheke, John, vol. 236, f. 194. 
Croke, Richard, vol. 236, f. 194. 
Cutler, Nicholas, vol. 236, f. 200. 
Cokeram, John, vol. 236, f. 210. 
Cowle, William, vol. 236, f. 213. 
Caondysshe, Sir John, vol. 286, f. 318. 
Cockes, Thomas, vol. 236, f. 218. 
Oerke, Edmnnd, vol. 236, ff. 219, 243. 
Cowdrey, Martin, vol. 286, fl. 219, 248. 
Cotton, John, vol. 236, f. 225. 
Carewe, Sir Gavayme, vol. 236, f. 229. 
Calveley, Sir Hagh, vol. 236, f. 230. 
Corbet, Gilbert, vol. 236, f. 242. 
Cromwell, Richard, vol. 238, f. 13. 
Crumwell, Gregory, Lord, vol. 238, t 49. 
Conyers, Sir Christopher [LordConyera], 

vol. 288, f. 114. 
Coldwell, Stephen, vol. 239, f. 22. 
Crumwell, Richard, vol. 239, f. 29. 
Colman, Thomas, vol. 239, f. 35. 
Chaundeler, John, vol. 239, f. 53. 
Coventre, William, vol. 289, f. 141. 
Curlewe, Richard, vol. 239, f. 142. 
Cadell, Edward, vol. 240, f. 2. 
Cicyll, Richard, vol. 240, f. 21. 
Christchurch (Southt.), the Prior and 

Convent of, vol. 240, f. 30. 
Chamberleyn, Leonard, vol. 240, f. 36. 
Chandelor, Walter, vol. 240, f. 68. 
Courtnell, William, vol. 240, f. 109. 
Chepman, John, vol. 240, f. 128. 
Clevelode, John, vol. 240, f. 135. 
Clevelode, John, vol. 240, ff. 148, 149. 
Cutte, Robert, vol. 241, £. 26. 
Cumberland, Henry earl of, vol. 241, 

f. 45. 
Claxtonne, Edmund (bailiff of Heddon), 

vol. 241, f. 47. 
Coverham, the Abbat and Convent of, 

vol. 241, f. 60. ^ 
Coke, William, vol. 241, f. 62. 
Crofte, Edward, vol. 242, f. 6. 
Compton, William, vol 242, f. 11. 
Clyfford, Mabel, vol. 242, f. 14. 
Compton, WiUiam, vol. 242, f. 52. 
Compton,' John, parson of Winterbome, 

vol. 242, f. 83. 
Calvert, Sampson, vol. 243, f. 18. 



Camber, William, vol. 243, f. 26. 
Colbome, Henry, vol. 243, f. 59. 
Carrier, Richard, vol. 243, f. 124. 
Coningsbye, Sir Thomas, vol. 243, ff. 135, 

136. 
Cunstable, Francis, vol. 243, f. 170. 
Carewe, George, Lord, vol. 243, f. 195. 
Cooke, Sir Edward, vol. 248, f. 195. 
Columpton, William, vol. 244, f. 7. 
Colonaon, Robert, vol. 244, f. 9. 
Copheyf, John, vol. 244, f. 13. 
Crane, Alice, vol. 244, f. 18. 
Castelford, Anne, vol. 244, f. 21. 
Conynbe, Robert, vol. 244, vol. 22. 
Carre, Richard, vol. 244, f. 25. 
Clayton alias Rotherham, George, vol. 

244, f . 26. 
Colvyle, John, vol. 244, f. 26. 
Codde, Robert, vol. 244, f. 31. 
Gierke, John, vol. 244, f. 31. 
CoUes, Richard, vol. 244, f. 33. 
Cambell, Elizabeth, vol. 244, f. 34. 
Carleton, George, vol. 244, f. 47. 
Calne, Thomas, vol. 244, f. 59. 
Castelon, Thomas, vol. 247, f. 1. 
Corey, Hugh, vol. 247, f. 18. 
Chamber, John, vol. 247, f . 23. 
Canner, Thomas, vol. 247, f. 24. 
Cocks, Richard, vol. 247, f. 24. 
Coke, Alan, vol. 247, f. 24. 
Deacon, George, vol. 180, f. 50. 
Durham, the Bishop of, vol. 180, f. 102. 
Dyconson, Hugh, vol. 181, f. 85. 
Dogeson, John, vol. 182, f. 4. 
Drewry, John, vol. 182, f. 50. 
Degle, William, vol. 182, f. 78. 
Dove, John, vol. 184, f. 15. 
Dntton, Sir Petre, vol. 209, f. 8. 
Danby, William, vol. 209, f. 8. 
Dorsett, John, vol. 209, f . 1 5. 
Duke, Richard, vol. 209, f. 18. 
Dorset, Morgan, vol. 209, f. 29. 
Dannet, Sir John, vol. 209, f. 34. 
Drewe, John, vol. 209, f. 49. 
Dayle, Anthony, vol. 209, f. 66. 
Denham, John, vol. 209, f. 77. 
Dorset, Margraret, Marchioness of, vol. 

209, f. 29. 
Dawtry, Francis, vol. 209, f. 72. 
Dodde, Ralph, vol. 209, f. 83. 
Darknall, Robert, vol. 209, ff. 86, 95. 
Dalton, Richard, vol. 209, f. 110. 
Dauncey, Richard, vol. 209, f. 115. 



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Dismas, Christopher, toI. 209, f. 116. 
Danester, John, vol. 210, f. 82. 
Daykins, George, toI. 210, f. 62. 
De 1ft Wood, Robert, vol. 210, f. 65. 
Davell, William, vol. 210, f. 66. 
Duke, Richard, vol. 210, f. 66. 
Darcy, Sir Arthur, vol. 211, f. 17. 
Davies, Sir Christopher, vol. 211, f. 18. 
Draycott, Sir Phillip, vol. 211,fl. 25, 111. 
Denys, Sir Thomas, vol. 211, f. 26. 
Dakaye, Margaret, vol. 211, f. 36. 
Davye, John, vol. 211, f. 37. 
Dormon, John, vol. 211, f. 41. 
Darknall, Robert, vol. 211, f. 47. 
Dutton, Fulk, vol. 211, f. 67. 
Dereham, Thomas, vol. 211, f. 82. 
Dacre, Sir Christopher, vol. 211, f. 105. 
Denny s, Sir Thomas, vol. 211, f. 111. 
Deverenx, Sir Walter, Lord Ferrers, vol. 

212, f. 6. 
Duke, Richard, vol. 212, f. 7. 
Dalton, John, vol. 212, f. 28. 
Dyer, James, vol. 212, f. 36. 
De U Wood, Robert, vol. 212, f. 62. 
Dove, Sir John, vol. 212, f. 67. 
DarknaU, Robert, vol. 212, £f. 78, 97, 127. 
Dobbys, William, vol. 212, f. 85. 
Dalaryver, Thomas, vol. 212, f. 92. 
Davell, William, vol. 212, f. 111. 
Drew, John, vol. 212, f. 125. 
Darkyns, Oeorge, vol. 212, f. 133. 
Dalston, Thomas, vol. 212, f. 190. 
Denys, Sir Thomas, vol. 212, f. 191. 
Draper, Thomas, vol. 212, f. 193. 
De la Lind, Thomas, vol. 212, f. 194. 
Dallison, William, vol. 212, f. 197. 
Denys, Sir Thomas, and Walter his son, 

vol. 212, f. 202. 
Daryngton, Richard, vol. 213, f. 11. 
Darknall, Robert, vol. 218, ff. 47, 96. 
Denny, Anthony, vol. 213, f. 53. 
DanyeU, Robert, vol. 213, f. 70. 
Devereox, Sir Walter, Lord Ferrers, vol. 

213, f. 74. 
Darcie, Sir Arthur, vol. 213, f. 76. 
Digge, Thomas, vol. 213, f. 82. 
Dennys, Maurice, vol. 213, f. 103. 
Derby, Edward, Earl of, vol. 213, f. 116. 
Dente, William, vol. 214, f. 2. 
Dawney, John, vol. 214, f. 12. 
Duston, Richard, vol. 214, f. 14. 
Dauncey, Richard, vol. 214, f. 17. 
Darley, Robert, vol. 214, f. S3. 



Dennys, Thomas, vol. 214, f. 38. 
Drake, John, vol. 214, f. 41. 
Darcye, Sir Thomas, vol. 214, f. 48. 
Denny, Anthony, vol. 214, f. 74. 
Dudley, Andrew, vol. 214, f. 79. 
Dobbyn, Thomas, vol. 214, f. 102. 
Drew, John, and John his son, vol. 214, 

f. 115. 
Dennys, William, vol. 215, ff. 19, 51. 
DUl, Mary, vol. 215, f. 85. 
Darknall, Robert, vol. 215, f. 40. 
Durant, Thomas, vol. 215, f. 40. 
Dygby, Henry, vol. 21 5, fl. 58, 82. 
Dunriche, Anthony, vol. 215, f. 62. 
Davell, William, vol. 215, f. 67. 
Dennys, Maurice, vol. 215, f. 74. 
Deane, William, vol. 215, f. 80. 
David, John, vol. 216, f. 6. 
Darknall, Robert, vol. 216, f. 10. 
Duke, Richard, vol. 216, ff. 35, 95. 
Davye, John, vol. 216, f. 43. 

Dawson, Thomas, vol. 216, f. 58. 
Duffeld, John, vol. 216, f. 60. 

Daie, Edmund, vol. 216, f. 93. 

Davell, William, vol. 216, f. 97. 

Ditlyng, John, vol. 216, f. 105. 

Davenporte, Ralph, vol. 216, f. 121. 

Drurye, William, vol. 216, f. 188. 

Devonshire, Arthur, vol. 216, f. 188. 

Draper, Thomas, vol. 216, f. 139. 

Darant, John, vol. 216, f. 159. 

Dawson, Agnes, vol. 216, f. 170. 

Drasse, John, vol. 216, f. 170. 

Dodd, Thomas, vol. 216, f. 175. 

Dale, Richard, vol. 217, f. 9. 

Draper, Richard* vol. 217, f. 15. 

De la Ryvers, Roger, vol. 217, f. 36. 

Darcy, Sir Arthur, vol. 217, f. 46. 

Dorset, Henry, Marquis of, vol. 217, f. 56. 

Darkenold, William, vol. 217, f. 64. 

Dixson, Thomas, vol. 217, f. 70. 

Deane, William, vol. 217, f. 95. 

Deane, Brian, vol. 217, f. 95. 

Dawson, John, vol. 217, f. 97. 

Duffeld, Thomas, vol. 217, f. 110. 

Dogeson, John, vol. 217, f. 116. 

Daunson, John, vol. 217, f. 151. 

Debanke, John, vol. 217, f. 165. 

Devell, John, and Agnes his wife, ToL 
217, f. 170. 

Darcye, Sir George, vol. 217, f. 164. 

Duke, Richard, vol. 218, f. 3. 

Davys, Robert, vol. 218, f. 5. 

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DeTereiiit, Richard, yol. 218, f. 19. 
Dowe, Richard, vol. 218, f. 32. 
Dunche, William, vol. 218, f. 36. 
Dawson, John, and Joan his wife, toI. 

218, f. 39. 
Darhye, Thomas, and Cecilia his wife and 

Anne their daughter, vol. 218, ff. 40, 

144. 
Duffeid, Thomas, vol. 218, f. 41. 
Denny, Sir Anthony, vol. 218, f. 50. 
Drake, Edmund, vol. 218, f. 76. 
Durham, Michael, vol. 218, f. 80. 
Dennys, William, vol. 218, f. 93. 
Dix, William, vol. 218, f. 98. 
Darcye, Sir Thomas, vol. 218, fl. 128, 

129, 137. 
Dudley, Simon, vol. 218, f. 156. 
Dauncey, Sir John, vol. 218, f. 151. 
De la haye, John, vol. 218, f. 174. 
Dennys, Sir Maurice, vol. 218, f. 177. 
Doyle, John, vol. 218, f. 180. 
Doyly, John, vol. 218, f. 182. 
Delahaje, William, vol. 219, f. 10. 
Daniell, WUliam, vol. 219, f. 12. 
Dalaryvers, Roger, vol. 219, f. 19. 
Darrcll, Sir Edward, vol. 219, f. 57. 
Derhy, Edward, Earl of, vol. 219, f. 68. 
Darrington, Richard, vol. 219, f. 62. 
Dysney, Anthony, vol. 219, f. 67. 
Darrell, Eliaabeth, vol. 219, f. 82. 
Dygh3', Henry, vol. 219, f. 102. 
Dymmock, John, vol. 219, f. 119. 
Denny, Sir Anthony, vol. 219, f. 121. 
Dalston, Rohert, vol. 219, f. 125. 
Dorset, Henry, Marquis of, vol. 220, f. 9. 
Doddes worth, George, vol. 220, f. 10. 
Dudley, Sir Andrew, vol. 220, ff. 20, 148. 
Dakyns, George, vol. 220, f. 39. 
Day, William, vol. 220, f. 64. 
Dawson, William, vol 220, f. 73. 
Downes alias Blage, Thomas, vol. 220, 

f. 76. 
Durrant, William, vol. 220, f. 79. 
Devcreux, Sir Walter, Lord Ferrers and 

Cbarteley, vol. 220, f . 89. 
Dering, John, vol. 220, f. 118. 
Dudley, Thomas, vol. 220, f. 146. 
Darrell, Hugh, vol. 220, f. 148. 
Davye, Hugh, vol. 220, ff. 93, 172. 
Dutton, Thomas, vol. 220, f. 187. 
Dalton, John, vol. 221, f. 9. 
Darrington, Richard, vol. 221, f. 25. 
Downesend, John, vol. 221, f. 39. 



Dennys, William, vol. 221, ft. 53, 232. 
Davis, John, vol. 221, f. 59. 
Darknall, Robert, vol. 221, f. 100. 
Darcie, Sir Arthur, vol. 221, ff. 100, lOU 

259, 881. 
Davy, Hugh, vol. 221, f. 153. 
Dawson, William, vol. 221, f. 206. 
Doddesworthe, Richard, vol. 221, f. 216. 
Denys, William, vol. 221, f. 232. 
Davye, John, vol. 221, f. 312. 
Dix, William, vol. 221, f. 323. 
Dickonson, Richard, vol. 221, f. 325. 
Dover, Thomas vol. 221, f. 330. 
Dennys, Sir Walter vol. 221, f. 367. 
Dutton, Ralph, vol. 221, f. 385. 
Drabble, Nicholas, vol.^221, f. 388. 
Dyxson, Thomas, vol. 222, f. 12. 
Dalby, William, vol. 222, f. 14^ 
Diconson, Richard, vol. 222, f . 43. 
Dale, Bartilmew, vol. 222, f . 62. 
Dridan, John, vol. 222, f . 62. 
Dawson, John, vol. 222, f. 100. 
Darney, Thomas, vol. 222, f. 108. 
Dennys, William, vol. 222, f. 120. 
Dunwell, Oliver, vol. 222, f. 123. 
Dyxson, William, vol. 222, f. 123. 
Dacre, William, Lord, vol. 222, f. 213. 
Dodde, Ranulph, vol. 222, f. 158. 
Dodyngton, John, vol. 222, f. 158. 
Dycber, Thomas, vol. 222, f. 169. 
Dode, Thomas, vol. 222, f. 371. 
Darcy, Sir Arthur, vol. 223, f. 4. 
Doddysworth, Richard, vol. 223, f. 5. 
Darrington, Richard, vol. 223, f. 24. 
Durbanke, Robert, vol. 223, f. 45. 
Dawson, William, vol. 223, f. 60. 
Davye, John, vol. 223, f. 73. 
Dalton, John, vol. 223, f . 83. 
Dodyngton, John, vol. 223, f. 99. 
Donne, Robert, vol. 223, f. 99. 
Dawson, Richard, vol. 223, f . 1 10. 
Deathe, John, vol. 223, f. 130. 
Dawson, Richard, vol. 223, f. 139. 
Dawson, Roger, vol. 223, f. 139. 
Dawson, Thomas, vol. 223, f. 147. 
Dodyngton, William, vol. 223, f. 155. 
Dobson, John, vol. 223, f. 161. 
Dolman, Thomas, vol. 223, f. 186. 
Daye, John, vol. 223, f. 189. 
Durbarye, Robert, vol. 223, f. 229. 
Dyer, Sir Thomas, vol. 223, f. 237. 
Davy, Hugh, vol. 223, f. 247. 
Danyell, William, vol. 223, f. 265. 



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Davie» Hugh, yoI. 223, f. 286. 
Davis, John, vol. 223, f . 308. 
Dodde, Fulk, toI. 223, f. 308. 
Dent, WiUiam, ▼ol. 223, f. 315. 
Doddington, John, vol. 223, f. 822. 
Dawson, Peter, vol. 223, f. 327. 
Darcy, Sir Thomas, Lord, vol. 223, f. 329. 
Daggett, William, vol. 223, f . 342. 
Devyat, Thomast, vol. 223, f. 354. 
Dodyngton, William, vol. 223, f. 360. 
Draper, Augnstine, vol. 223, f . 370. 
Dodyngton, John, vol. 228, f. 377. 
Darcy, Thomas, Lord, vol. 228, f. 419. 
Dagell, William, vol. 224, f. 27. 
Durrant, John, vol. 224, f. 82. 
Dnnmowe, Thomas, vol. 224, f. 94. 
Dnppa, Thomas, vol. 224, ff. 93, 413. 
Darhy, John, vol. 224, f. 162. 
Derhy, Richard, vol. 224, f. 183. 
Duddley, Sir Andrew, vol. 224, f. 184. 
Dowhis, John, vol. 224, f. 136. 
Daukes, Edmund, vol. 224, f. 148. 
Davy, Thomas, vol. 224, f. 186. 
Darcy, Sir Arthur, vol. 224, f. 248. 
Davy, Rohert, vol. 224, f. 272. 
Danby, John, vol. 224, f. 276. 
Dakin, Arthur, vol. 224, f. 286. 
Oawheney, Thomas, vol. 224, f. 280. 
Darley, John, vol. 224, f. 225. 
Darrell, Hugh, vol. 224, f. 225. 
Danyell, Thomas, vol. 224, f. 230. 
Dean, Thomas, vol. 224, f. 373. 
Dobys, John, vol. 224, f. 379. 
Davyd, Christopher, vol. 224, f, 380. 
Davy, Hugh, vol. 224, ff. 384, 440. 
Drew, Richard, vol. 224, f. 345. 
Deykon, Ralph, vol. 224, f. 517. 
I>yghy, Anthony, vol. 224, f. 433. 
Dyer, Sir Thomas, vol. 224, f. 440. 
Denton, Richard, vol. 224, f. 403. 
Duppa, Thomas, vol. 224, f. 412. 
Danet, Thomas, vol. 225, f. 5. 
Dyxson, William, vol. 225, f. 11. 
Dove, James, vol. 225, ff. 16, 115. 
Davys, Robert, vol. 225, f. 35. 
Dawson, Peter, vol. 225, f. 38. 
Davys, John, vol. 225, fl. 40, 122, 143, 

201. 
Dandyson, John, vol. 225, f. 65. 
Dodington, William, vol. 225, ff. 82, 206. 
Drewe, John, vol. 225, f. 86. 
Danby, John, vol. 225, f. 86. 
Darcy, Sir Arthur, vol. 225, f. 94. 



Digges, Francis, voL 225, ff. 124, 180. 
Dakins, George, vol. 225, f. 130. 
Dudley, Simon, vol. 225, f. 128. 
Doddesworthe, Richard, vol. 225, f. 181. 
Davenporte, William, vol. 225, f.- 198. 
Dighton, Christopher, vol. 225, f. 203. 
Dowdinge, John, vol. 225, f. 216. 
Dysners, Christopher, vol. 226, pt. 1, 

f.l. 
Dickyn, Robert, vol. 226, pt. 1, f. 14. 
Dallow, William, vol. 226, pt. 1, f. 16. 
Dixon, Matilda, vol. 226, pt. 1, f. 20. 
Dorman, Henry, vol. 226, pt. 1, f. 24. 
Drewry, John, vol. 226, pt. 1, f. 34. 
Dighton, Robert, vol. 226, pt. 1, f. 48. 
Duckett, Christopher, vol. 226, pt. 1, 

f. 59. 

Denby,-John, vol. 226, pt. 1, f. 66. 
Dunckley, James, vol. 226, pt. I, f. 66. 
Dutton, Robert, vol. 226, pt. 1, f. 66. 
Dawson, Richard, vol, 226, pt. 1, f. 68. 
Dalston, Robert, vol. 226, pt. 1, f. 68. 
Deacon, George, vol. 226, pt. 1, f. 69. 
Diconson, Hugh, vol. 226, pt. 1, f. 69. 
Dowdeswell, Walter, vol. 226, pt. 1, f. 70. 
Doore, John, vol. 226, pt. I. f. 70. 
Dryfeld, William, vol. 226, pt. 1, f. 70. 
Dogeson, John, vol. 226, pt. 1, f. 70. 
Denncs, William, vol. 226, pt. 1, f. 71. 
Digget, William, vol. 226, pt. 1, f. 71. 
Dobbes, Walter, vol. 226, pt. 1, f. 72. 
Denby, John, vol. 226, pt. 2, f. 2. 
Dutton, Robert, vol. 226, pt. 2, f. 7. 
Dawson, Richard, vol. 226, pt. 2, f. 8, 
Dennys, William, vol. 226, pt. 2, f. 30. 
Dyconson, Hugh, vol. 226, pt. 2, f. 37. 
Dogeson, John, vol. 226, pt. 2, f. 38. 
^agget, William, vol. 226, pt. 2, f. 44. 
Deacon, George, vol. 226, pt. 2, f. 62. 
Daggetts, William, vol. 226, pt. 2, f. 61. 
Dabomc, Robert, vol. 226, pt. 2, f. 83. 
Dyer, Thomas, vol. 226, pt. 2, f. 83. 
Deste, Thomas, vol. 226, pt. 2, f. 89. 
David, Rese Edward, vol. 226, pt. 2, 

f. 92. 
Dale, Richard, vol. 227, pt. 1, f. 1. 
Denyson, Alexander, vol. 227, pt. 1, f. 4. 
Dyneley, William, vol. 227, pt. 1, f. 16. 
Dunkleye, Thomas, and Agnes his wife, 

vol, 227, pt. 2, f. 3. 
Darkenall, John, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 9, 
Dalben, Jane, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 33. 
Dolben, Hugh, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 43. 



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Beringe aliaa Miche, Edward, vol. 227, 

pt 2, f. 49. 
Danbye, Robert, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 52. 
Doddesworthe, MichUel, vol. 227, pt. 2, 

f. 59. 
Dove, Agnes, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 63. 
Drewrye, Thomas, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 89. 
Dinley, William, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 100. 
Denton, John, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 105. 
Dnppa, Geoffi-ey, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 118. 
Driffeilde, Thomas, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 119. 
Dove, William, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 123. 
Dobson, John, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 129. 
Donne, Nicholas, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 131. 
DiJworth, Edward, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 138. 
Dod, John, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 154. 
Dimiylowe, William, vol. 228, f. 5. 
Doxey, William, vol. 228, f. 6. 
Doxey, Richard, vol. 228, f. 6. 
Doxey, Robert, vol. 228, f. 6. 
Dynes, John, and Alice his wife, vol. 228, 

f. 11. 
Dynes, John, vol. 228, f. 1 1. 
Donghtie, Thomas, vol. 228, f. 16. 
Doughtie, William, vol. 228, f. 16. 
Doughtie, John, vol. 228, f. 16. 
Darkuall, John, vol. 228, f . 20. 
Dimcalfe, Urian, vol. 228, f. 22. 
Darcy, Elizabeth, vol. 228, f. 22. 
Darcy, Robert, vol. 228, f . 22. 
Darcy, Christopher, vol. 228, f. 22. 
Dynly, William, vol. 228, f . 38. 
Downinge, Thomas, and Agues his wife, 

vol. 228, f. 36. 
Downinge, John, vol. 228, f. 36. 
Dauy, Robert, vol. 228, f. 43. 
Doleman, John, vol. 228, f. 44. 
Dove, Nicholas, and Elizabeth his wife, 

vol. 228, f. 48. 
Dove, Thomas, vol. 228, f. 48. 
Doddesworthe, Peter, vol. 228, f. 52. 
Dryhurst, John, vol. 228, f. 60. 
Dodington, John, vol. 228, f. 67. 
Davy, Thomas, vol. 228, f. 77. 
Dixon, Ralph, vol. 228, f. 77. 
Drought, Joan. vol. 228. f. 83. 
Drought, William, vol. 228, f. 83. 
Drought, John, vol. 228, f. 83. 
Davis, Henry, vol. 228, f. 92. 
Dawson, Cuthbert, vol. 228, f. 100. 
Dawson, William, vol. 228, f. 100, 
Dawson, John, vol. 228, f. 100. 
Dodshon, Margaret, vol. 228, f. 107. 



Dale, William, senior, vol. 228, f. 112. 

Dawson, John, vol. 228, f. 114. 

Donington, William, and Alice his wife, 
vol. 228, f. 130. 

Donington, Susan, vol. 228, f. 130. 

Day, Alan, vol. 228, f. 143. 

Drury, Hierominus, vol. 228, f. 148. 

Dixon, Edward, vol. 228, f. 179. 

Dawson, Thomas, vol. 228, f. 181. 

Dove, Robert, vol. 228, f. 191. 

Dowthwaite, Ralph, vol. 228, f. 208. 

Dowthwaite, Margaret, vol. 228, f. 208. 

Dowthwaite, John, vol. 228, f. 208. 

Delavale, Sir Robert, vol. 229, f. 20. 

Davyes, John, vol. 229, f. 48. 

Dast, Richard, vol. 229, f. 51. 

Duke, Richard, vol. 232, pt. 1, f. 2. 

Dutton, Sir Peter, vol. 232, pt. 1, f. 15. 

Dancastre, Thomas, vol. 2.S2, pt. 1, f. 19. 

Dalton, George, vol. 232, pt. 1, f. 24. 

Denys, Mary, vol. 232, pt. 1, f. 24. 
I Doncastre aliOB Harpam, Thomas, vol. 
I 232, pt. 1, f. 26. 
i Dyxson, Robert, vol. 232, pt. 1, f. 29. 
\ Dowell, William, vol. 232, pt. 1 , f . 29. 
' Dauby, Margaret, vol. 232, pt. 1, f. 82. 

Downes, Magdalen, vol. 232, pt. 1, f. 87. 

Dawny, Elizabeth, vol. 232, pt. 1, f. 48. 

Daile, William, vol. 232, pt. 1, f. 49. 
I Dycons, William, vol. 232, pt. 1, f. 62. 
I Dale, Thomas, vol. 232, pt. 1, f. 54. 

Dare, William, vol. 232, pt. 1, f. 57. 

Duke, Richard, vol. 232, pt. 1, f. 60. 

Dobbes, John, vol. 232, pt. 2, f. 5. 

Donham, George, vol. 232, pt. 2, f. 6. 

Danyell, William, vol. 232, pt. 2, f. 28. 

Drake, Thomas, vol. 232, pt. 2, f. 29. 

Debnaham, John, vol. 232, pt. 2, f. 29. 

Deaue, George, vol. 232, pt. 2, f. 35. 

Denman, WiUiam, vol. 282, pt. 2, f. 41. 

Dunston, Vincent, vol. 232, pt. 2, f. 45. 

Dartmouthe, Richard, vol. 232, pt. 2, 
f. 46. 

Dobson, Thomas, vol. 232, pt. 2, f. 54. 

Deve, Thomas, vol. 232, pt. 2, f. 57. 

Draxe, Richard, vol. 232, pt. 2, f. 59. 

Doddes worth, John, vol. 232, pt. 2, f. 60. 

Dryland, Richard, vol. 232, pt. 2, f. 65. 

Dyngley, Henry, vol. 232, pt. 2, f. 65. 

Davyson, Robert, vol. 232, pt. 2, f. 68. 

Dyer, John, vol. 232, pt. 2, f. 70. 

Denyes, Philip, vol. 233, f. 1. 

Deye, John, vol. 238, f. 10. 



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Davy, George, vol. 238, f. 20. 
Dackjt, Richard, vol. 233, f. 23. 
Dnp^gelby, Robert, vol. 233, f. 27. 
Dowton, John, vol. 233, f. 27. 
Dalby, Elixabeth, vol. 233, f. 29. 
Dyghton, Thomas, vol. 233, f. 32. 
Dymoke, Joan, vol. 283, f. 35. 
Dynshawe, ThomavS, vol. 233, f. 39. 
Dunne, John, vol. 233, f. 62. 
Dygbie, Everard, vol. 238, f. 65. 
Daye, John, vol. 233, f. 69. 
Dugdale, Edward, vol. 283, f. 77. 
Dawson, Thomas, vol. 233, f. 81. 
Dygbye, Katherine, vol. 238, f. 85. 
Darabe, Joan, vol. 233, f. 86. 
Davy, Robert, vol. 233, f. 87. 
Doo, John, vol. 233, f. 92. 
Dyer, William, vol. 238, f. 109. 
Dowe, Roger, vol. 233, f. 112. 
Dune aliiis Brynt, William, vol. 233, 

f. 117. 
Dorhame, Thomas, vol. 233, f. 141. 
Dale, Ralph, voL 233, f. 149. 
Danyell, Geoffrey, vol. 233, f. 168. 
Dany, Edmund, vol. 233, f. 163. 
Downhame, John, vol. 233, f. 167. 
Dalton, Thomas, vol. 233, f. 169. 
Dunstone, Anthony, vol. 233, f. 177. 
Dyer, William, vol. 283, f. 198. 
Denham, Elisabeth, vol. 283, f. 217. 
Durhame, Thomas, vol. 233, f. 219. 
Dyte, John, vol. 238, f, 221. 
Deverenx, Anne, vol. 233, f. 230. 
Donster, John, vol. 288, f. 236. 
Dove,. John, vol. 233, f. 248. 
Dey, Richard, vol. 238, f . 252. 
Davye, Richard, vol. 233, f. 263. 
Davye, Matthew, vol. 283, f. 263. 
Dune, Gabriel, vol. 233, f. 264. 
^ogge, John, vol. 238, f. 265. 
Darke, Henry, vol. 233, f. 266. 
Darke, John, vol. 238, f. 267. 
Demonde, Robert, vol. 233, f. 268. 
Dale, Thomas, vol. 233, f. 277. 
Dulonde, Agnes, vol. 283, f. 283. 
Dodyngton, Mary, vol. 233, f. 285. 
Donster, John, vol. 233, f. 289. 
Denyngton tUitis Wyltshere, William, 

vol. 233, f. 807. 
Dedmyll, Elizabeth, vol. 233, f. 813. 
Draper, Henry, vol. 238, f. 319. 
Dauncey, Anne, vol. 233, f. 325. 
Duffild, Joan, vol. 234, f. 1. 



Drylond, Joan, vol. 234, f. 9. 
Davy, Alice, vol. 234, f . 10. 
Dalbye, Edward, vol. 234, f . 26. 
Denston alias Stoke, Thomas, vol. 234, 

f. SO. 
Dysse alias Fenne, Thomas, voL 234, 

f. 34. 
Donwicbe alias Kylbom, Peter, vol. 284, 

f. 38. 
Dynwell, Margaret, vol. 284, f. 43. 
Dyxwell, Margaret, vol. 234, f. 47. 
Dagle, John, vol. 284, f. 52. 
Doockenar, Nicholas, vol. 234, f. 55. 
Darsyld, John, vol. 234, f. 61. 
Dutton, William, vol. 234, f. 61. 
Drurye, Joan, vol. 234, f. 75. 
Doket, Joan, vol. 234, f. 87. 
Dawber, EUen, vol. 234, f. 89. 
Doone, Richard, vol. 234, f. 94. 
Dufle, Richard, vol. 234, f. 96. 
Dyll, Matthew, vol. 234, f. 97. 
Dalton, Elizabeth, vol. 234, f. 111. 
Dely, Margaret, vol. 234, f . 1 13. 
Deyne, Joan, vol. 234, f. 119. 
Denneham, Mary, vol. 234, f, 119. 
Damporte, Pamella, vol. 234, f. 120. 
Dely, Andrew, vol. 234, f. 122. 
Daunce, Anne, vol. 234, f. 123. 
Drynker, James, vol. 234, f. 130. 
Dudley, Andrew, vol. 234, f. 136. 
Dryver, John, vol. 234, f. 148. 
Drover, John, vol. 234, f. 164. 
Draper, John, vol. 234, f. 164. 
Darrell, Joan, vol. 234, f. 165. 
Dawse, Joan, vol. 234, f. 166. 
Depyng alias Maundesley, Richard, vol. 

234, f. 181. 
Dawber, Richard, vol. 2.?4, f. 188. 
Denton alias Grene, William, vol. 234, 

f. 202. 
Doollyng, Joan, vol. 234, f. 220. 
Duxsforde, Nicholas, vol. 234, f. 222. 
Denys, Richard, vol. 234, f. 222. 
Dereham, Robert, vol. 234, f. 222. 
Dyson, Margaret, vol. 234, f. 226. 
Draper, 2v£ichttel, vol. 234, f. 227. 
Downham, William, vol. 234. f. 229. 
Dawson, John, vol. 234. f. 23<» 
Dawnser, Richard, vol. 234, f. 237. 
Dugdell, Ellis, vol. 234, f. 288. 
Dene, Richard, vol. 234, f. 239. 
Dorseley, Thomas, vol. 234, f. 243. 
Dawson, John, vol. 234, f. 247. 



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Dotteo, Ele^Qor, vol. 334, f. 260. 
Davell, Henry, vol. 234, f. 261. 
Daye, Thomas, vol. 234, f. 274. 
Daonce, Willtam, toI. 284, f. 275. 
Daye, Thomas, toI. 234, f. 275. 
Dnirye, John, vol. 234, f. 277. 
Donwell* William, vol. 234, f. 285. 
Dykenson, Thomas, vol. 234 f. 286. 
Dodgeson, Robert, voL 234, f. 289. 
Dove, John, vol. 234, f. 294. 
Dukett, John, vol. 234, f. 294. 
Dykenson, Isabel, vol. 234, f. 309. 
Danyell, Alice, vol. 2.?4, f. 810. 
DyxsoOi Joan, vol. 234, f. 31 1. 
Danbroke, Margaret, vol. 284, f. 311. 
Dowgelbye, Elisabeth, vol. 234, f. 312. 
Downe, Bicbard, vol. 284, f. 320. 
Dowson, Margaret, vol. 234, f. 321. 
Dichaunte, Margaret, vol. 284, f. 322. 
Dente. William, voL 234, f. 322. 
Donatson, Richard, vol. 234, f. 380. 
Deane, Robert, vol. 234, f. 333. 
Derehurste, John, vol. 234, f. 339. 
Dydcotte, William, vol. 23 », f. 344. 
Dogeson, Barbara, vol. 234, f. 344. 
Dogeson, Agnes, vol. 234, f. 849. 
Downey, Vincent, vol. 234, f. 367. 
Drayton, John, vol. 234, f. 372. 
Dodd, Katherine, vol. 234, f. 393. 
Denton, Susan, vol. 234, f. 401. 
Dykenson, Thomas, vol. 234, f. 403. 
Dymoke, Joan, vol. 234, f. 419. 
Denysse, Quintin, vol. 284, f. 429. 
Doughtye, William, vol. 234, f. 482. 
Doulce, Perol le, vol. 285, f. 10. 
Denton, Thomati, vol. 236, f. 11. 
Deimys, Maurice, vol. 285, f. 34. 
Derbye, Thomas, vol. 235, f. 37. 
Dale, John, and Elizabeth his wife, vol. 

235, f. 70. 
Dune, Sir Griffith, vol. 235, f. 72. 
Darcy, Sir Thomas, vol. 235, f. 77. 
Delyon, Dennis, vol. 235, f. 85. 
Dey, Richard, vol. 235, f. 89. 
Denny, Anthony, vol. 285, f. 91. 
Dauntesey, Richard, and Mary his wife, 

vol. 235, f. 116. 
Darington, Richard, vol. 235, f. 128. 
Dover, Richard, Bishop Suflfragan of, 

vol. 235, f. 23. 
Durseley, Robert, vol. 235, f. 82. 
Draper, WiUiam, vol. 235, f. 99. 
Dale, Hugh, vol. 235, f. 104. 



Darriu^ ton, Richard, vol. 236, f. 4. 
Dacres, Thomas, vol. 236, f. 82. 
Dennys, Maorice, vol. 236, f . 82. 
Dutton, Thomas, vol. 236, f. 88. 
Dakins, George, vol. 236, £91. 
Denny, Anthony, vol. 236, ff. 98, 112. 
Doyle, John, vol. 236, f. 115. 
Donne, John, vol. 286, f. 135. 
Denys, George, vol. 286, f. 186. 
Duddley, Simon, vol. 236, f. 152. 
Deringe, John, vol. 286, f. 167. 
Dalabere, Anthony, vol. 236, f. 169. 
Durhant, John, vol. 236, f. 188. 
Dodjuton, John, vol. 286, f. 202. 
Diohere, John, Margaret his wife, and 

one child (" proles ")» vol. 288, f. 82. 
Delareuer, Thomas, vol. 238, f. 114. 
De la Ry ver, Thomas, vol. 288, f. 1 19. 
Dykes, Thomas, vol. 289, f. 92. 
Denis, Mary, vol. 289, f. 113. 
Drauer, Thomas, vol. 240, f. 24. 
Davyson, Andrew, voL 240, f. 48. 
Dennyng, John, vol. 240, f. 51. 
Denninge, John, vol. 240, f. 102. 
Denis, John, vol. 240, f. 103. 
Dene, Richard, vol. 241, f. 6. 
Docker, William, vol. 241, f. 7. 
Dale, Hugh, vol. 242, f. 65. 
Downes, Magdalen, vol. 244, f. 2. 
Danby, Margaret, vol. 244, f. 8. 
Doncastre alias Harpam, Thomas, vol. 

244, f. 24. 
Dawny, Elisabeth, vol. 244, f. 28. 
Daltou, George, vol. 244, f . 35. 
Dancastr', Thomas, vol. 244, f. 86. 
Dyxson, Robert, vol. 244, f. 87. 
Dorvill, William, vol. 244, f. 44. 
Daile, William, vol. 244, f. 47. 
Denys, Mary, vol. 244, f. .'58. 
Downes, Geoffrey, vol. 247, f. 16. 
Donne, John, voL 247, f. 24. 
Day, Thomas, vol. 247, f. 24. 
Daly son, Roger, vol. 247, f. 32. 
Edmondes, Richard, vol. 183, f. 9. 
Exchequer, the Treasurer, &c. of the, vol. 

184, ff. 1,21. 
Eldar, Edmond, vol. 209, f. 2. 
Edgare, Thomas, vol. 209, f. 18. 
Elwolde, Thomafc, vol. 210, f. 17. 
Elkyn, Thomas, vc^. 210, f. 45. 
Ellarker, Ralph, vol. 210, f. 47. 
Eresby, Lawrence, vol. 210, f. 69. 
Edward, John, vol. 211, f. 11. 



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Evance, Thomas, vol. SI 1, f. 64. 
Ellitt, Thomas, vol. 212, f. 16. 
Ellerker, Sir Robert, vol. 212, f. 82. 
Eland, Sir John, and Rose his wife, 

vol. 212, f. 100. 
Eyton, John, vol. 218, f. 50. 
Edmondes, John, vol. 213, f. 83. 
EUj's, Richard, vol. 214, f. 90. 
Eger, Anthony, vol. 214, f. 124. 
Edwardes, George, voL 215, f. 15. 
Ereshye, William, vol. 215, f. 42. 
Eyer, John, vol. 215, f. 52. 
Eston, John, vol. 216, f. 34. 
Ellis, Thomas, vol. 216, f. 105. 
Eyer, John, vol. 216, f. 128. 
Erborie, Stephen, vol. 216, f. 133. 
Estoft, Thomas, vol. 217, f 21. 
Ellys, John, vol. 217, f. 23. 
Edwardes, John, vol. 217, f. 102. 
Eiston, Thomas, vol. 217, f. 123. 
Eyre, Lawrence, vol. 217, f. 127. 
Eyldon, William, vol. 217, f. 150. 
Eyre, Robert, vol. 217, f. 176. 
Elryngton, Edward, vol. 217, f. 187. 
Evcrard, Francis, vol. 218, f. 47. 
Eden, George, vol. 218, f. 72. 
Edeson, William, vol. 218, f. 90. 
Elliott, Nicholas, vol. 218, f. 104. 
Elyson, WiUiam, vol. 218, f. 104. 
Eglionbye, Hugh, vol. 218, f. 105. 
Eynns, Thomas, vol. 218, f. 109. 
Ellerker, WDliam, vol. 218, f. 115. 
Eyre, John, vol. 218, f. 126. 
Eresby, Laurence, vol. 218, f. 169. 
BUys, Hugh, vol. 218, f. 177. 
Erington, Laaucelot, vol. 219, f. 41. 
Eglefeld, John, vol. 219, f. 118. 
Eaton, Richard, vol. 219, f. 128. 
Eymis, Thomas, vol. 220, f. 39. 
Egleston, William, vol. 220, f. 83. 
Ebed, Henry, vol. 220, f. 96. 
Eston, George, vol. 220, f. 113. 
Everard, Matilda, vol. 220, f. 127. 
Edwardes, Maurice, vol. 221, f. 5, 85. 
Evererd, Thomas, vol. 221, f. 17. 
Elliott, Robert, vol. 221, f. 122. 
Edmondes, John, vol. 221, f. 126. 
Eton, Roger, vol. 221, f. 130. 
Everton, George, vol. 221, f. 162. 
Edwardes, John, vol. 221, f. 184. 
Eaton, William, vol. 221, f. 200. 
Edgore, Kdwaid, vol. 221, f. 233. 
Eresby, Laurence, vol. 221, f. 255. 



Ed\nirdes, Hugh, vol. 221, f. 306. 
Ellerker, Sir Robert, vol. 221, f. 374. 
El ward, John, vol. 221, f. 224. 
Eaton, Ralph, vol. 221, f. 232. 
Eglesfeld, John, vol. 222, f. 297. 
Erington, Nicholas, vol. 222, ff. 45, 115. 
Everard, Francis, vol. 222, f. 88. 
raiys, John, vol. 222, f. 89. 
Edwarde, Robert, vol. 222, f. 155. 
Erington, Edward, vol. 222, ff. 203, 234.' 
Eden, George, 222, f. 235. 
Edward, Robert, vol. 222, f . 55. 
Eresby, Laurence, vol. 222, ff. 162, 355. 
Edoo, Edward, vol. 222, f . 298. 
Bdwyn, William, vol. 222, f . 384. 
Etton, Richard, vol. 222, f. 833. 
Exeter, Gertrude, Marchioness of, vol. 

222, f. 271. 
Estofte, Christopher, vol. 222, f. 384. 
Edmonds, Thomas, vol. 223, f. 8. 
Eton, John, vol. 223, f. 43. 
Edwardes, John, vol. 223, f. 66. 
Edgebaston, Thomas, vol. 223, f. 100. 
Edmondes, John, vol. 223, f. 142. 
Elmeden, Thomas, vol. 223, f. 182. 
Elmeden, William, vol. 223, f. 183. 
Ellys, Hugh, vol. 223, f. 285. 
Eryngton, Lancelot, vol. 223, f. 315. 
Elder, George, vol. 223, f. 373. 
Elys, Richard, vol. 223, f. 384. 
Evans, Thomas, vol. 223, f . 899. 
Egycaure, Henry, vol. 223, f. 414. 
Emery, Edmund, vol. 224, f. 25. 
Eward, Robert, vol. 224, f. 92. 
Edmundes, Thomas, vol. 224, f. 89. 
Enderby, William, vol. 224, f. 165. 
Eustauchc, James, vol. 224, f. 112. 
Esshe, Thomas, vol. 224, f. 132. 
Eglesfeld, William, vol. 224, f. 134. 
Eggerton, Robert, vol. 224, f. 237. 
Elmer, William, vol. 224, f. 211. 
Elys, Hugh, vol. 224, f. 318. 
Estwicke, Stephen, vol. 224, f. 329. 
Edmonds, Thomas, vol. 224, f. 502. 
Eton, William, vol. 224, f. 509. 
Erie, Walter, vol. 224, f. 402. 
Eton, Richard, vol. 224, f. 409. 
Elizabeth, Princess, vol. 225, f. 118. 
Ellis, Hugh. vol. 225, f. 14. 
Edwards, William, vol. 226, pt. 1, f. 5. 
Edmondes, Richard, vol. 226, pt. 1, 

f. 16. 
Elvyn, Richard, vol. 226, pt. 1, f. 45. 



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Edmonds, Thomas, vol. 226, pt. 1, f. 49. ;; EdmuDde, Thomas, vol. 232, pt. 2, f. 69. 



Edmonds, Thomas, vol. 226, pt. 1, f. 53. 
Ellon, Joan, vol. 226, pt. 1, f. 60. 
Edson, Richard, vol. 226, pt. 1, f. 66. 
Edwards, John, vol. 226, pt. 1, f. 71. 
Engleshe, Anne, vol. 226, pt. 1 , f . 72. 
Edwardjs, John, vol. 226, pt. 2, f. 59. 
Edson, Richard, vol. 226, pt. 2, f. 63. 
Egerton, Thomas, and Elizaheth his wife, 

vol. 227, pt 1, f. 41. 
Elyott, Kenelm, vol. 227, pt. 1, f. 42. 
Eaton, Roger, vol. 227, pt. 1, f. 45. 
Egerton, John, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 7. 
Ellyott, Owen, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 15. 
Ewbanke, Elizabeth, vol. 227, pt. 2,f. 21. 
Evans, Richard, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 36. 
Emer8on,Christopher, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 69. 
Eden, William, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 88. 
Evans, John, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 94. 
Elsdon, Thomas, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 101. 
Eaton, Geoffrey, vol. 227, pt 2, f. 183. 
Edmunds, Sir Christopher, and Dorothy 

his wife, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 141. 
Eaton, Kenrick, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 150. 
Edwardes, Richard, vol. 227, pt. 2, f. 153. 
Edwards, John, vol. 228, f. 47. 
Edwardes, John, vol. 228, f. 56. 
Ediyn, William, vol. 228, f. 64. 
Eaton, Laurence, vol. 228, f. 67. 
Edolfe, Simon, vol. 228, f. 73. 
Ellis, Thomas, vol. 228, f. 76. 
Ellis, Richard, vol. 228, f. 85. 
Emerson, Christopher, vol. 228, f . 87. 
Ewbancke, John, vol. 228, f. 106. 
Ewbancke, Barnard, vol. 228, f. 106. 
Ewbancke, Christopher, vol. 228, f. 106. 
Edwardes, John, vol. 228, f. 1 15. 
Eliott, William, vol. 228, f. 121. 
Edwards, Humphrey, vol. 229, f. 39. 
Ellis, Ralph, vol. 229. f. 42. 
Ellys, Thomas, vol. 232, pt. 1. f. 19. 
Emson, William, vol. 232, pt. 1, f. 33. 
Elyn, John, vol. 232, pt. 1, f. 54. 
EUyngton, Thomas, vol. 282, pt. 2, f. 4. 
Eyer, John, vol. 232, pt. 2, f. 6. 
Eton, John, vol. 232, pt. 2, f. 8. 
Enesham, Richard, vol. 232, pt. 2, f. 10. 
Emyngham, Edward, vol. 232, pt. 2, 

f. 15. 
Ewalbie, Thomas, vol. 232, pt. 2, f. 20. 
Elberton, Gerard, vol. 232, pt. 2, f. 37. 
Flton, Peter, vol. 282, pt. 2, f. 38. 
Ejie, Ralph, vol. 232, pt. 2, f. 44. 



Edwardes, Thomas, voL 232, pt 2, f. 7 1 . 
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